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HarperCollins signs 'SAS' star Ant Middleton

HarperCollins has acquired world rights for two books by Ant Middleton, ex-special forces sniper and star of Channel 4’s hit show "SAS: Who Dares Wins".... Read more

PRH Children’s buys Soviet spy novel in translation

PRH Children’s has acquired one of the winning titles from last year’s In Other Words programme, organised by BookTrust to promote children’s literature from outside... Read more

Murray to explore 'taboos of modern age'

Douglas Murray has signed a deal with Bloomsbury for a book exploring the taboos of the modern age. Read more

Mystery publisher's thriller snapped up worldwide

Harvill Secker has paid a six-figure sum for a thriller written by "a member of the publishing workforce" under the pseudonym Jessica Barry.... Read more

Bloomsbury to publish 'urgent' book on consent

Bloomsbury is to publish an “urgent” and “unapologetically radical” book on sexual consent, rape culture and the power of desire by writer and journalist Laurie Penny.... Read more

Global deals for British psychologist's 'riveting' debut

Faber has won a "dark and gripping" debut exploring the complex dynamic between a patient and a therapist after a five-way heated auction.... Read more

Michael Joseph wins auction for bestselling 'Irish Bridget Jones'

Michael Joseph has acquired Oh My God, What a Complete Aisling, the debut novel from long-time friends Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen that claimed Ireland's Christmas number one... Read more

Dawson to curate LGBTQ+ anthology for Stripes

Little Tiger imprint Stripes is launching a new YA anthology of short stories and poetry by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer plus (LGBTQ+) authors.... Read more

Drawings by the late Iain M Banks to be published

Orbit is publishing a book of original drawings by Iain M Banks, the late Scottish author behind the Culture science-fiction series of novels about a utopian space society.... Read more

Social media thriller to Mulholland Books

Mulholland Books has acquired a thriller exploring social media, Friends Like These, by Sarah Alderson. Read more

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