Below are some particular highlights from the past fortnight.


Eleanor Oliphant was shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize and is currently No. 2 in the paperback charts, and in the overall charts. It remains number 1 in Ireland.

Fiona Barton signed a major new US deal with Penguin/Berkley for 3 books.

The Child is also the Dead Good Deal from Dead Good – the website dedicated to crime in books, film and drama.

The Electricity of Every Living Thing by Katherine May celebrated its hardback publication day.

Now You See by Max Manning celebrated its paperback publication day. The Blog Tour is ongoing – see some of the amazing reviews from the blog tour here.

Kathryn Croft became a bestselling author in Poland, with Silent Lies (in Poland, Nie Ufaj Nikomu) reaching No. 6 on the bestseller list.

Another agency author, Remigiusz Mróz, is No. 7 in the same list with his book Zerwa.

Elizabeth MacNeal’s debut The Doll Factory has now sold in its 23rd territory.

In a first for Caroline Mitchell and for the agency, The Silent Twin went live on the Chapters gaming app. You can get the app here.

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor has now passed 25,000 copies sold. The paperback is due to be released this August.

The Friend and I Am Watching You by Teresa Driscoll continued to dominate the top of the Kindle bestseller charts, at one time occupying the No.1 and No.2 spots for psychological thrillers. Both were in the top 10 in the overall Kindle chart.

Still with Teresa Driscoll, I Am Watching You sold in its tenth territory.

The Fear sold in Denmark and Sweden

Hot of the film deal with New Regency, Stephen Giles’s The Boy At The Keyhole got its first foreign sale – Estonia, with more on the way. Watch this space!