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Leaving Kent State  by Sabrina Fedel
Feb. 3, 2017
Fiction: Debut  |  This young adult novel reveals the modern relevance of the 1970 Kent State University shootings LitPick 5-star Review Award winner On May 4, 1970, the campus of Kent State University became the  more ...
Offered by:  Simone Weingarten (Harvard Square Editions)
Available rights:  Film, TV, Audio, Foreign Language
Hot Season  by Susan DeFreitas
Feb. 3, 2017
Fiction: Debut  |  An outlaw activist on the run. A pipeline set to destroy a river.  more ...
Offered by:  Simone Weingarten (Harvard Square Editions)
Available rights:  Film, TV, Audio, Foreign Language
How Fast Can You Run  by Harriet Levin Millan
Feb. 3, 2017
Fiction: Debut  |  A #1 Amazon bestseller in biographical fiction A migrant novel based on the true story of Lost Boy of Sudan Michael Majok Kuch "The best war novel told from a young boy's  more ...
Offered by:  Simone Weingarten (Harvard Square Editions)
Available rights:  Film, TV, Audio, Foreign Language
Feb. 3, 2017
Fiction: Debut  |  A poignant love story and dynamic political novel of a period in our history that resonates today Peace Corps Volunteer Laura Jenson has a lot in common with Peter Franklin, a Fulbright  more ...
Offered by:  Simone Weingarten (Harvard Square Editions)
Available rights:  Film, TV, Audio, Foreign tralation
Spotless  by Camilla Monk
Feb. 3, 2017
International rights: Fiction  |  Turkish rights to Camilla Monk's Spotless by Sharon Belcastro at Belcastro Agency.  more ...
Offered by:  Sharon Belcastro (Belcastro Agency)
Feb. 3, 2017
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs  |  'An outstanding book on the side effects of interventionism' -- Nassim Nicholas Taleb, bestselling author of 'Black Swan' It was an exclusive lunch at a high-end Manhattan restaurant on 7 March 2011.  more ...
Offered by:  Arcopol Chaudhuri (HarperCollins India)
Available rights:  foreign (English, Arabic)
Feb. 2, 2017
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs  |  The Rani of Jhansi Regiment (RJR), the first all-female infantry fighting unit in military history, was created in Singapore in July 1943 by Indian nationalist and visionary leader Subhas Chandra Bose to  more ...
Offered by:  Arcopol Chaudhuri (HarperCollins Publishers India Pvt Ltd.)
Available rights:  foreign rights (english and other languages), film & TV
The Heiress's Timely Hero  by Dana R. Lynn
Jan. 31, 2017
Digital: Fiction: Women's/Romance  |  Anne de Bourgh's life is in danger. From her own family. Her only hope is a man who claims to be from the future.  more ...
Offered by:  Stephanie Taylor (Clean Reads)
Available rights:  foreign, tv, movie
Questionable Queen  by Nancy S. Brandt
Jan. 31, 2017
Children's: Fantasy  |  Princess Ursula of Valborough wants nothing more to improve the lives of her sister's poorest subjects, but reading and writing aren't priorities for mothers whose husbands remain prisoners of war.  more ...
Offered by:  Stephanie Taylor (Clean Reads)
Available rights:  foreign, movie, tv
Jan. 19, 2017
Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy  |  Exiled and hunted, Aurora, the last of the Vlnndruill bloodline, leads a rebellion far from the peaceful forests of Edenhart she once called home.  more ...
Offered by:  Stephanie Taylor (Clean Reads)
Available rights:  tv, movie, foreign
The Marked  by Emerald Barnes
Jan. 19, 2017
Digital: Young Adult  |  Myka Williams has never fit in with her peers, and although her adoptive parents are loving and supportive, she feels most at home alone in the woods.  more ...
Offered by:  Stephanie Taylor (Clean Reads)
Available rights:  tv, movie, foreign
Jan. 18, 2017
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs  |  This is the first in-depth account of how and why the Newfoundland, Canada, government acquired 17 so-called New Industries—13 from Germany, one from Austria, one from Latvia, one from England, and one  more ...
Offered by:  Garry Cranford (Flanker Press Ltd.)
Available rights:  World
Jan. 18, 2017
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs  |  This is the first in-depth account of how and why the Newfoundland, Canada, government acquired 17 so-called New Industries—13 from Germany, one from Austria, one from Latvia, one from England, and one  more ...
Offered by:  Garry Cranford (Flanker Press Ltd.)
Available rights:  World
Arctic Wildflowers  by Lucia deLeiris
Jan. 18, 2017
Non-fiction: Illustrated/Art  |  Arctic wildflowers have a remarkable ability to adapt. Given the almost always extreme environment in which arctic flora survive their beauty is yet another fascination.  more ...
Offered by:  Elisabeth Dabney (Elisabeth B. Dabney Literary Services)
Available rights:  World, all languages
CHROSTIN'S ULTIMATE SURVIVAL GUIDE TO BEING A GIRL  by Christina De Witte (AKA Chrostin)
Jan. 14, 2017
Non-fiction: Humor  |  Styled in the tradition of ADULTHOOD IS A MYTH and HYPERBOLE AND A HALF, tackling everyday situations and preconceptions of being a woman, with illustrations in highly relatable situations that have made  more ...
Offered by:  Mark Gottlieb (Trident Media Group, L.L.C.)
Available rights:  Film/TV
ISABEL'S CANTINA  by ISABEL CRUZ
Jan. 5, 2017
Non-fiction: Cooking  |  West coast chef Isabel Cruz's cookbook, ISABEL'S CANTINA, featuring brand new recipes in her signature style of easy but flavorful Latin meals, as well as the secrets to her award-winning cocktails and  more ...
Offered by:  Stefanie Von Borstel (Full Circle Literary, LLC)
Available rights:  TV
Stealing Lloyd  by Patrick Melroy
Dec. 21, 2016
Fiction: Mystery/Crime  |  Career criminal and serial dater Lloyd organizes a crew to rob the largest mall the night after Black Friday in 1989.  more ...
Offered by:  Patrick Melroy
Available rights:  Yes
Shallow Blue Hello  by Patrick Melroy
Dec. 21, 2016
Fiction: Mystery/Crime  |  When the biggest drug addict of a small Washington town turns up dead, no one suspects the truth about his untimely demise except his ex-wife who received a call from the dead  more ...
Offered by:  Patrick Melroy
Available rights:  Yes
Bottle Lake Savages  by Patrick Melroy
Dec. 21, 2016
Children's: Young Adult  |  City girl Henri spends the summer of 1986 with her three cousins, the Savages of Bottle Lake.  more ...
Offered by:  Patrick Melroy
Available rights:  Yes
The Cross, The Eagle, and the Rising Sun  by James A. Kehl, Ph.D.
Dec. 8, 2016
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs  |  This well-researched nonfiction portrayal of a little-known episode in American history reveals the true story of a Catholic conspiracy to manipulate pre-War Japan and the U.S. to achieve the Vatican's hidden agenda  more ...
Offered by:  Peter Beren (The Peter Beren Agency/Peter Beren Publishing)
Available rights:  World
Shawdows of Damascus  by Lilas Tahas
Dec. 8, 2016
Fiction: Women's/Romance  |  Bullet wounds, torture and oppression aren't the only things that keep a man—or a woman—from being whole.  more ...
Offered by:  Leticia Gomez (Savvy Literary Services)
Available rights:  Film and Television Rights
Dec. 7, 2016
Fiction: General/Other  |  A poignant love story and dynamic political novel of a period in our history that resonates today Peace Corps Volunteer Laura Jenson has a lot in common with Peter Franklin, a Fulbright  more ...
Offered by:  Simone Weingarten (Harvard Square Editions)
Available rights:  Film, TV, audio, foreign language translations for print and ebook.
No Martyr's Cause  by Tim Tate and Brad Johnson
Dec. 2, 2016
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs  |  Brilliant revisionist investigation into Robert Kennedy's death, timed for the 50th anniversary of the assassination, by two journalists, which, based on new interviews and an audio of the shooting, provides evidence of  more ...
Offered by:  Andrew Lownie (Andrew Lownie Literary Agency)
Available rights:  World
HORSESHOER MYSTERY SERIES  by Author of ORCHIDS AND STONE and the forthcoming THE MEASURE OF THE MOON, Lisa Preston
Nov. 24, 2016
Fiction: Mystery/Crime  |  Pitched in the tradition of the writings of C.J. Box, Craig Johnson and Nevada Barr, beginning with THE SECRETS OF YOUTHS, in which a horseshoer is haunted by a secret she carries,  more ...
Offered by:  Mark Gottlieb (Trident Media Group, L.L.C.)
Available rights:  Film/TV
DEADBOMB BINGO RAY,  by Author of EVERYTHING UNDER THE MOON and the not yet published KNOTTSPEED and LUCKY SUPREME, Jeff Johnson
Nov. 24, 2016
Fiction: Thriller  |  Pitched as a Coenesque metaphysical novel, with a Vegas-style fixer aware of a complicated revenge scheme orchestrated against him, an accountant with secrets who's defected from an ill-fated operation that was to  more ...
Offered by:  Mark Gottlieb (Trident Media Group, L.L.C.)
Available rights:  UK, Translation, Film/TV
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