Swedish thriller and astronomer's grief memoir take off ahead of FBF 2017

Swedish thriller and astronomer's grief memoir take off ahead of FBF 2017

A Swedish debut historical crime thriller and a grief memoir about an American-Canadian astronomer’s husband are among the books taking off in multiple territories just ahead of the Frankfurt Book Fair, which opens tomorrow (11th October).

Children’s books by Sam Copeland and Emily Barr are also selling into multiple territories, along with adult crime debut The Tattoo Thief by Alison Belsham, which was bought by Trapeze in July.

Meanwhile, agents RCW are being “flooded” with requests to sign renewal deals to the work of Kazuo Ishiguro after he was named the winner of the Nobel Prize for ...

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