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Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine by Gail Honeyman has been voted No. 1 in the Australian book chain Dymocks Top 101 titles, as chosen by their loyalty programme customers. The novel usurped Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in the top spot. Eleanor Oliphant was sitting at No. 5 in the New York Times bestseller list this week.
Fiona Barton is still ranking at No. 1 in the Kindle Bestsellers list for her crime thriller, The Suspect. It has sold a staggering 14,227 copies in ebook overall.
Nuala Ellwood reached a huge milestone this week, and passed 50,000 readers for her novel, Day of the Accident.
C.J. Tudor’s The Taking of Annie Thorne has sold 537 copies in hardback this week, bringing the total to 3,732. It was featured in the Sunday Times crime club newsletter this week.
Elizabeth Macneal’s The Doll Factory has been picked to feature as one of BBC Radio 2’s Book Club reads.
Tracy Bloom’s romantic comedy, No-One Ever Has Sex At A Wedding was published today by Bookouture.
L.P. Fergusson’s epic love story set during World War II, A Dangerous Act of Kindness was published this week by Canelo.
Lesley Sanderson’s psychological thriller, The Woman At 46 Heath Street was published this week by Bookouture.
Excitement is growing hugely ahead of the publication of C.L. Taylor’s chilling psychological thriller, Sleep next week (4 April).
We are thrilled to announce that Chloe Seager has joined the Agency. She will be working alongside Alice Sutherland-Hawes on the ever-growing Children’s & YA list.
French rights to Stephanie Wrobel’s The Recovery of Rose Gold have gone to Pygmalion, and Serbian rights have gone to Vulkan.
German rights to Phil Hickes’ The Haunting of Avenline Jones have gone to Arena.
North American audio rights to Max Manning’s The Victim have gone to Dreamscape in a pre-empt.
Elizabeth’s Kay’s Seven Lies has sold to Drapa in Iceland and Pegasus in Estonia, taking it to 21 territories overall.