Agents’ Hotlists: The scripts set to light up the 2019 London Book Fair

Agents’ Hotlists: The scripts set to light up the 2019 London Book Fair

The ‘next Sally Rooney’, memoirs that matter, motherhood guides, 17th Century-set novels and a huge upswing for commercial women’s fiction are among the hot trends for LBF 2019.

A M Heath

The Glittering Hour
Iona Grey

A novel of passion, heartache and loss, spanning two decades, by the Romantic Novelists’ Association Award winner.
Agent: Rebecca Ritchie
Rights: UK (S&S), US (St Martin’s), France (Les Escales), Germany (Blanvalet)

Artifact
Arlene Heyman

The short story writer’s first novel, about an iconoclastic 1950s lab technician who pursues her fascination with anatomy, the body...

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