Tagged: David Headley

Whitfield wins Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award for 'compelling' debut

Debut author Clare Whitfield has been awarded the Goldsboro Books Glass Bell Award 2021 for People of Abandoned Character (Head of Zeus), a fresh take on the... Read more

Capital Crime festival returns for 2022 in new London venue

The Capital Crime festival will be hosted at a new venue in a central London park next September.  Read more

Daré and Turton make debut-dominated Glass Bell shortlist

Four debut novels are featured on the Glass Bell shortlist alongside Colum McCann’s Booker-longlisted Apeirogon (Bloomsbury) and Stuart Turton’s second novel The Devil and the Dark Water (Raven Books). ... Read more

DHH Agency celebrates decade in business with expansion and major deals

The DHH Literary Agency is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month with an expansion accompanied by a string of major debut writer deals signed through lockdown Zoom... Read more

Quercus secures Selman's thriller in six-figure pre-empt

Quercus has pre-empted a standalone thriller by journalist and author Victoria Selman with a “significant” six-figure offer.   Read more

Pavilion Books acquires Eleanor Tattersfield’s Lockdown Secrets

Pavilion Books is to publish designer and shop owner Eleanor Tattersfield’s Lockdown Secrets, based on a collection of anonymous postcards sent to her during lockdown.... Read more

Amazon Publishing sponsors Capital Crime's 2021 New Voices Award

Amazon Publishing will sponsor Capital Crime's 2021 New Voices Award sponsored by Amazon Publishing with a £1,000 cash prize and potential publication. Read more

Transworld buys four more from Jo Thomas

Transworld editorial director Francesca Best has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights to four more titles from Jo Thomas in a "substantial" six-figure deal made with David Headley at DHH.... Read more

Doubleday pre-empts Lusk's 'detailed and vibrant' historical debut

Doubleday has pre-empted The Second Sight of Zachary Cloudesley by Sean Lusk, a historical debut set against the backdrop of 18th-century London and Constantinople. ... Read more

Penguin Michael Joseph lands two more from Jónasson

Penguin Michael Joseph has bought two new books from Scandinavian crime author Ragnar Jónasson.  Read more

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