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Alex Brown signs multi-book deal with HarperCollins

HarperCollins has signed a multi-book deal with author Alex Brown which will see her published across its HarperFiction and One More Chapter imprints. Read more

Jefferies moves to HarperCollins for new trilogy

Dinah Jefferies is moving from Penguin to HarperCollins for a trilogy of novels based around three sisters in wartime Europe. Read more

HarperFiction nets 'dark and twisty' Adamson thriller

HarperFiction has netted Five Strangers, a “dark and twisty” thriller from E V Adamson, in a two-book deal. Read more

Slaughter's 20th book to be marked with SlaughterFest weekend

HarperFiction is celebrating The Silent Wife, Karin Slaughter's 20th book in 20 years, with a “criminally good” weekend of virtual events curated and presented by... Read more

HarperFiction Presents launching to showcase books and authors

HarperCollins is launching a new event and content programme called HarperFiction Presents, showcasing its books, authors and the publishing teams. Read more

HarperFiction signs two-book Begbie deal

HarperFiction has snapped up a “darkly funny” story of friendship and secrets from Hannah Begbie in a two-book deal. Read more

HarperFiction promotes Denham and Witcomb as Harlow joins from Headline

HarperFiction has made a string of changes to its publicity and marketing teams, including promotions for Felicity Denham and Jaime Witcomb, plus the appointment of... Read more

Jen Williams moves to HarperFiction for thriller debut

HarperFiction has snapped up Dog Rose Dirt, the first thriller from award-winning fantasy novelist Jen Williams.  Read more

HarperFiction snaps up 'fierce' Freitas novel in six-figure pre-empt

HarperCollins’ Martha Ashby has snapped up a novel about "women’s bodily autonomy, motherhood and societal expectations" from American author and Publishers Weekly reviewer Donna Freitas in a six-figure... Read more

Dawson's debut sparked by viral tweet goes to HarperCollins

HarperFiction will publish the debut novel from freelancer writer Holly Dawson, inspired by a tweet about an anonymous benefactor in her village.... Read more

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