Independent publisher Caffeine Nights has extended its relationship with Richwater Films. The deal sees the publisher release tie-in editions of Richwater productions, while the film company has the first option on Caffeine Nights books.
The new deal builds on a relationship established earlier in the year, and will see Caffeine Nights add three new books to its list. The first will be Nick Oldham's novelisation of "Assassin", for publication in spring 2014. The big screen version, which has just finished filming, stars brothers Martin and Gary Kemp, who previously acted together in "The Krays". Oldham has previously novelised Richwater's film "Vendetta" for Caffeine Nights.
The publisher will also publish Vendetta—The Graphic Novel, created by Brian Gorman and based on the screenplay by Stephen Reynolds. It will be released in November.
In non-fiction, Caffeine Nights will also release The Films of Danny Dyer by James Mullinger and Jonathan Sothcott. The book has been endorsed by the actor and will feature a running commentary from him. It will also be released in November.
Caffeine Nights publisher Darren Laws said: "Our association with Richwater Films has broadened our horizons and we are publishing our first graphic novel and non-fiction title because of it."