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Headline Review acquires two 'thought-provoking' novels from Matt Cain

Headline Review has acquired two more books from Matt Cain, whose fourth novel, The Secret Life of Albert Entwistle, was published by the imprint earllier this year.... Read more

Headline Review to publish 'captivating' new Tudor series from Weir

Headline Publishing Group has acquired the Tudor Rose series from Alison Weir, which will span three generations of the Tudor family.  Read more

Harriet Evans | 'I want to write about things that interest me'

On the sunny spring morning that we speak, Harriet Evans has been going through the page proofs of her 12th novel, The Beloved Girls, with... Read more

Geard debut to Headline Review in three-publisher auction

Headline Review has landed The Secrets of Blackwater Hall, the debut novel from geologist Amanda Geard, in a three-way auction. Read more

Headline signs two more from Gunnis

Headline Review publisher Sherise Hobbs has acquired world rights to two novels from Emily Gunnis, in a deal made with literary agent Kate Barker.... Read more

Headline Review acquires two from Babalola in 'whirlwind' pre-empt

Headline Review has acquired Honey & Spice plus one more novel by Bolu Babalola, author of story collection Love in Colour (Headline, 2020). ... Read more

Headline Review bags 'swoon-worthy' debut

Headline Publishing Group has acquired The View Was Exhausting by Mikaella Clements and Onjuli Datta, a "bold, swoon-worthy and utterly modern" debut novel. ... Read more

Headline Review wins auction for Palmer debut

Headline Review has triumphed in a multi-publisher auction for Isaac and the Egg, a debut novel by journalist Bobby Palmer. ... Read more

Headline Review falls for Stone's 'timeless' love story

Headline Review will publish Always, in December by debut novelist Emily Stone, as a lead launch title in autumn 2021.   Read more

Three fresh deals for Headline Review, from time-slip to seasonal novels

Headline Review has tied up deals with three authors: Christina Courtenay and Erin Green, best known for their digital successes, plus a "darkly gripping" new voice for 2021, Julie Brooks.... Read more

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