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Finn examines world of ultra running in Guardian Faber acquisition

Guardian Faber has acquired a book about ‘ultra running’, one of the “toughest sports in the world”, by Adharanand Finn. Read more

Clarke strikes two-book deal with Serpent's Tail

Serpent’s Tail has bought two books from British novelist James Clarke, including "an extraordinary portrait of a Lancashire valley and its inhabitants". Read more

HQ lands 'poignant' homeless novel from former midwife

HQ has bought a "gorgeously written" debut novel by Canterbury Christ Church University creative writing student and former midwife Jessica Ryn, about a homeless woman searching... Read more

Holden historical novel to Berkley in six-figure pre-empt

Bestselling author Wendy Holden's first historical novel about a royal governess has sold to Berkley in the US for a six-figure sum, following an exclusive... Read more

Douglas strikes six-figure deal with Michael Joseph

Michael Joseph has bought two books from thriller writer Claire Douglas in a six-figure deal. Read more

Cassell snaps up How to be a Gentlewoman

Octopus imprint Cassell has acquired the “incisive” How to be a Gentlewoman by journalist Lotte Jeffs.  Read more

Head of Zeus bags fashion industry investigation

Head of Zeus has acquired a “gripping” investigation into the fashion industry by journalist Dana Thomas.  Read more

Slaughter and Child team up on 'explosive' Jack Reacher short story

Karin Slaughter and Lee Child have collaborated to write an “explosive” short story bringing their characters together. Read more

Bookouture lands new police procedural from Wyer

Digital publisher Bookouture has signed a new police procedural novel in the DI Natalie Ward series from Carol Wyer. Read more

Cassell Illustrated lands Terry O'Neill’s ‘definitive portrait’ of Elton John

Octopus imprint Cassell Illustrated has acquired photographer Terry O'Neill's "definitive portrait" of Elton John featuring never-before-seen pictures.  Read more

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