Tagged: Jonathan Lloyd

PMJ to publish Marian Keyes' sequel to Rachel’s Holiday

Michael Joseph will publish Marian Keyes' sequel to Rachel's Holiday next year, revisiting one of the author's most loved characters almost 25 years on. ... Read more

Walker swoops for Horowitz's lockdown Diamond Brothers title

Walker Books is to publish Where Seagulls Dare, a "gloriously silly" new book in Anthony Horowitz’s Diamond Brothers series with illustrations from Tony Ross.... Read more

Gyles Brandreth's first autobiography to Michael Joseph

Penguin Michael Joseph has acquired the first autobiography from veteran broadcaster and former MP Gyles Brandreth.  Read more

HarperCollins snares early Higgins police thriller trilogy

HarperCollins is releasing a previously out of print police thriller trilogy by The Eagle Has Landed author Jack Higgins as a single volume.... Read more

Coronet speeds out Brandreth's revised royal book as Philip: The Final Portrait

Coronet will publish Philip: The Final Portrait by Gyles Brandreth this month, a fully revised and updated version of an earlier royal biography by the author and broadcaster.... Read more

Welbeck bags Karmel's children's cookbook

Welbeck Publishing has bagged Annabel Karmel’s Fun, Fast & Easy Children’s Cookbook, promising a new approach to family cooking.... Read more

Welbeck swoops for North's Little Wing in six-figure deal

Welbeck has signed a “significant” six-figure deal for “profoundly moving” new novel Little Wing and one other book by Freya North.... Read more

Antonia Fraser book on '19th-century heroine' to W&N

Weidenfeld & Nicolson has acquired historian Antonia Fraser's portrayal of Caroline Norton, "a 19th-century heroine who wanted justice for women", for publication this May.... Read more

Welbeck acquires Holden's Princess Diana title for six figures

Welbeck Publishing Group has acquired The Princess by Wendy Holden, which will complete Holden’s trilogy about outsiders in the House of Windsor.... Read more

James leaves Orion for HQ in three-book deal

Erica James is leaving Orion after 25 years to join HQ in a three-book deal, reuniting the author with her former editor Kate Mills. Read more

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