HQ has signed The Halfways, a “very special” debut family drama from Nilopar Uddin.
Virago will publish Hush by Kate Maxwell, a "compulsive and powerful" debut novel about the dark side of motherhood and the first in a two-book... Read more
Fourth Estate has pre-empted How to Be Sad by Helen Russell, described as "part grief memoir, part manifesto for a change in the way we talk about... Read more
Headline has bagged Sinclair McKay’s follow-up to Bletchley Park Brainteasers, this time taking readers through the most puzzling problems Met Police detectives have ever faced.... Read more
Virago will publish a graphic memoir by illustrator Eleanor Crewes on her journey towards coming out.
Viking has bought a narrative history of the Allied bombing of Dresden by historian Sinclair McKay, author behind the Christmas hit Bletchley Park Brainteasers (Headline).... Read more
Viking has acquired a "moving and exquisitely funny" debut novel by Emma Morgan, who was part of the inaugural PRH WriteNow mentoring programme.... Read more
Ebury has pre-empted comedy romance Gone Viking, a debut novel about going back to basics and living the Viking way, by journalist Helen Russell.... Read more
HarperCollins has bagged Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows in a “strong” six-figure deal after fighting off five other publishers to win the title at auction.... Read more
Two Roads, an imprint of John Murray Press, has acquired Starting Over: How looking at things afresh can make you healthier, calmer and happier than ever by Helen... Read more