Headline Review bags Holsinger novel as Universal snaps up TV rights

Headline Review bags Holsinger novel as Universal snaps up TV rights

Headline Review has scooped Bruce Holsinger's “electrifying” novel, The Gifted School, while rights for a TV version have been secured by Universal Television.

Commissioning editor Jess Whitlum-Cooper bought UK & Commonwealth rights from Helen Heller at Helen Heller Agency in a two-book deal. The novel will be published in hardback, trade paperback, e-book and audio on 1st October.

Rights have also been sold to Riverhead Books in the US, while Universal Television snared rights at auction with company president, Pearlena Igbokwe, declaring: “This book has it all – humour, mystery, biting ...

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