Tagged: David Higham

Hutchinson pre-empts Blackmore historical page-turner

Hutchinson has pre-empted a “rollicking” historical page-turner by Neil Blackmore in a “strong five-figure deal”. Read more

Mackintosh imagines motherhood lottery in second novel for Hamish Hamilton

Hamish Hamilton has bought the second novel of Sophie Mackintosh, whose debut The Water Cure was acquired in a seven-way auction and longlisted for 2018's... Read more

Hodder wins Coleman's Brontë Mysteries series at auction

Hodder and Stoughton has won a new Brontë Mysteries series from Rowan Coleman, imagining the sisters as amateur sleuths ahead of their writing careers.... Read more

Cape to publish 'battle cry for difficult women'

Jonathan Cape has acquired Difficult Women, a history of modern feminism by journalist Helen Lewis. Read more

David Higham buys Laura Cecil's agency

David Higham Associates (DHA) has bought Laura Cecil's agency as she prepares to retire. Read more

Adventurer Alastair Humphreys pens children's book for Big Picture Press

Author adventurer Alastair Humphreys, who recently became the pioneer of "microadventures" - a movement encouraging people to seek out short local adventures - has signed... Read more

Ebury to publish 'high-concept' love story by Rowan Coleman

Ebury is publishing two more books from Rowan Coleman, author of 2015 Richard and Judy selection The Memory Book (Ebury Press).... Read more

Orion's Forrester to become David Higham literary agent

Orion Fiction’s senior commissioning editor Jemima Forrester is moving to David Higham Associates to become a literary agent. Read more

Book on the Chilcot Report to HoZ

Head of Zeus is to publish Not the Chilcot Report, a "masterly account of how a disaster was made", written by "passionate" British democrat, Peter... Read more

American debut to Fourth Estate after eight-way auction

HarperCollins imprint Fourth Estate has signed My Absolute Darling, a debut novel from American author Gabriel Tallent, after an eight-way auction. Read more

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