Pan Macmillan is releasing new audio editions of 12 classic Ken Follett thrillers, read by well-known actors including Richard Armitage and Emilia Fox.
Joanne Harris is bringing out her first novel in the Chocolat canon in seven years, with publisher Orion.
Axel Scheffler is spearheading a project to publish a book of illustrations by Judith Kerr, Quentin Blake, Chris Riddell and more, celebrating Europe.
Quercus has signed a book deal with Geraint Thomas, the winner of the 2018 Tour de France.
Third Man Books, the publishing arm of Jack White‘s Third Man Records, has made its first British signing: The Gallows Pole by Ben Myers.... Read more
Transworld has acquired a memoir by Jason Fox in a seven-way auction.
Catherine O’Flynn, whose novel What Was Lost won the first novel prize at the Costa Book Awards in 2008, has written a children’s book about... Read more
John Murray Press is publishing a true-life spy thriller telling the story of two sisters who used their interest in German opera as a cover... Read more
Weidenfeld & Nicolson is publishing an investigation into depression, which makes a case for embracing both art and science to better understand and treat the... Read more
Walker Books has acquired a collection of essays about growing up from women of colour magazine and collective gal-dem.
Piatkus Fiction has acquired Blood Queen, the first in a new trilogy centred on Shakespeare's queens from author Joanna Courtney.
Milly Johnson has struck a three-book deal with her long time publisher Simon & Schuster.
Abrams Children’s Books has acquired a middle grade fantasy series by Hollywood actor Thomas Lennon.
Trapeze has acquired UK rights to Stay Sexy and Don't Get Murdered, the debut book from American comedians Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark.... Read more
Tony Kent’s debut thriller Killer Intent (Elliott & Thompson) is to be developed for television by independent production company Liberty Films.... Read more
Issue No 5811
Friday, August 17 2018
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