Tagged: Lutyens & Rubinstein

Bloomsbury YA acquires second title from Sutcliffe

Bloomsbury YA has acquired William Sutcliffe's The Summer We Turned Green, a "warm, witty comedy about the unlikeliest of eco-warriors" and the importance of the... Read more

Fig Tree bags Craddock's history of transplants

Fig Tree has bagged the “witty, entertaining and at times delightfully macabre” Spare Parts: A Surprising History of Transplants by debut author Paul Craddock.... Read more

Ottolenghi Test Kitchen series bagged by PRH

Penguin Random House has bagged a series of Ottolenghi Test Kitchen (OTK) books, promising big flavours and diverse influences coupled with maximum ease and versatility... Read more

Loch-set psychological thriller to Wildfire

Wildfire has snapped up Down by the Water, a psychological thriller by Elle Connel, set over the course of a weekend at a hen party in a remote castle in... Read more

Nature writer Melissa Harrison's children's debut to Chicken House

Chicken House will publish Melissa Harrison's debut children's novel, By Ash, Oak and Thorn, as well as a sequel, By Rowan and Yew. ... Read more

Picador pre-empts book on 'next big climate crisis'

Picador has pre-empted an investigation into water stress, billed as "the next big climate crisis", by environmental journalist Tim Smedley. Read more

HarperCollins bags new Katherine Heiny Novel

Fourth Estate will publish Katherine Heiny’s new novel and story collection. Heiny is the author of Standard Deviation and Single, Carefree, Mellow. ... Read more

Hewson leaves RCW for Lutyens & Rubinstein

Jennifer Hewson will join Lutyens & Rubinstein as an associate agent later this month.  Read more

'Emily Doe' reveals true identity ahead of memoir on Brock Turner assault

The anonymous woman sexually assaulted by Stanford swimmer Brock Turner—and whose memoir will be published by Viking this month—has revealed her true identity as Chanel... Read more

Alexander's 'timely' dystopian thriller goes to Allison & Busby

Allison & Busby has acquired a “gripping and timely” dystopian thriller by Edinburgh-based writer Jane Alexander. Read more

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