Tagged: Andrew Nurnberg Associates

Woods debut 'debunks' British past for W H Allen

The first book from cultural historian and "University Challenge" champion Hannah Rose Woods has gone to W H Allen.  Read more

Fig Tree lands 'audacious' novel from Hope

Fig Tree has landed an "audacious" and "profoundly humane" new novel from Anna Hope, author of Wake, The Ballroom and Expectation (Transworld).... Read more

Penguin Michael Joseph lands French 'phenomenon' The Anomaly

Penguin Michael Joseph has acquired French novel The Anomaly by Hervé le Tellier, winner of the 2020 Prix Goncourt Prize.  Read more

HQ lands kindness book featuring Haig, Sarpong and Duchess of York

HQ has landed a “beautiful” book on kindness by Hello! editor in chief Rosie Nixon featuring contributions from Fearne Cotton, Matt Haig, June Sarpong and the Duchess... Read more

Picador to publish new DeLillo with echoes of Covid-19 crisis

Picador has landed The Silence, a new novel by Don DeLillo about a catastrophic event with echoes of the Covid-19 crisis.... Read more

Head of Zeus to publish award-winning Korean author's English debut

Head of Zeus has won four-way auction for Kwon Yeon-Sun’s English debut Lemon, translated by Janet Hong. Read more

Pan Mac gets money lesson from FT's Jackson

Pan Macmillan has commissioned Financial Times lead writer Gavin Jackson to write Money in One Lesson: How it Works and Why.... Read more

Tinder Press signs Francesca Reece's 'unsettling' debut

Tinder Press has acquired author Francesca Reece’s "tour de force of a début" and plans to make the novel its launch title for summer 2021.... Read more

HQ buys 'powerful' third novel from Hello! editor-in-chief Nixon

HQ has bought the "powerful, hilarious and deeply emotional" new novel from Hello! editor-in-chief Rosie Nixon in a two-book deal. Read more

Legend bags 'stunning' debut from Mustafah

Legend Press has bagged Sahar Mustafah’s "stunning" debut novel charting the background to a shooting at an Islamic school in Chicago. Read more

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