Jeffrey Archer leaves Pan Mac for HarperCollins in three-book deal

Jeffrey Archer leaves Pan Mac for HarperCollins in three-book deal

Jeffrey Archer is leaving Pan Macmillan after 18 years and returning to HarperCollins in a three-book deal.

HC c.e.o. Charlie Redmayne, m.d. Kate Elton and executive publisher Kimberley Young acquired world rights from the 80-year-old author's son James Archer and Alan Mitchell at Mitchell Rights Management (MRM).

The first book in the deal is Over My Dead Body, part of the William Warwick series, which will be published “with fanfare” simultaneously across HarperCollins' English language markets in autumn 2021.

It is the fourth in the series following the titular detective as he aspires...

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