Recent Sales

22 May, 2017

Every Loss is a Love Story: The Father Daughter Reunion, Lisa Romeo

The story of the unlikely, continuing and eventually richly satisfying relationship between a midlife daughter and her father after his death.  Death rituals, new family dynamics, grief and memory allow her to get to know her father once she has lost him in a way that she never did in when he was alive. (University of Nevada Press/World Rights/June 2018)

28 April, 2017

Naked Marriage, JoAnneh Nagler

A guide to lasting love, intimacy and sex for busy couples.  Nagler is an artist and coach, author of two previous books.  She’s been married twice to the same man and draws on her personal experience as well as that of other couples to provide a “toolkit” of strategies to create authentic communication and connection. (World Rights, Skyhorse, Spring 2018)

24 April, 2017

Untitled Nonfiction, John Temple

Edgar Award-nominated American Pain author John Temple’s new book chronicling the real-life Western epic of the Cliven Bundy clan and their thousands of zealous followers, from the 2014 standoff with federal officers at Bundy Ranch in Nevada to the 2016 takeover of a federal wildlife reserve in Oregon, in a saga that sheds light on America’s current state of civil discontent. (World Rights/BenBella Books/2018).

15 March, 2017


Former staffer at Self, Glamour and Redbook, Lindsey J. Palmer’s OTHERWISE ENGAGED, in which a young woman’s hold on love, life, and sanity is shaken when her fiance’s novel, a thinly veiled account of his relationship with his wild ex-girlfriend, becomes a national sensation.  (Skyhorse/World Rights/Spring 2018)


13 March, 2017

Women on the Front Lines, Eileen Rivers

How three American female soldiers and an Afghan woman fought the Taliban and won. Eileen Rivers  is a journalist who served in the US military in Iraq as an Arabic translator; she sits on the editorial board of USA Today. (Da Capo/Hachette, World Rights, May 2018)

3 March, 2017

SUPERBUG: Why India Will Produce the Next Epidemic, Geeta Anand

The next big global epidemic is likely to come from new strains of antibiotic-resistant “nightmare bacteria,” which are often fatal.  A prize-winning journalist at The New York Times will trace these bacteria from their source in the hospitals and towns of India, as she follows their journey, including to the USA, and will explore the threat they pose and how scientists are trying to combat them. (Juggernaut Books/India, Indian Subcontinent Rights/All Indian Languages/2018)

2 March, 2017


Books 2 & 3 in the Feral Seasons Trilogy (the follow-up to Dust Bath Revival), set in dusty South Florida in an undetermined time past, when insatiable want fuels a suspenseful, dark, twisty zombie story featuring a fat and queer small-town woman on the run. (Curiosity Quills, World English Rights, Spring 2018, Spring 2019)

1 February, 2017

BERING SEA STRONG: Finding Strength Among Fish and Men, Laura Hartema

Seaworthy meets Wild in the spirited memoir of a young woman on a journey to find her place between land and sea.  Spending 90 challenging days as the sole woman and scientist on a commercial fishing boat on Alaska’s treacherous Bering Sea, Hartema unravels an unsettled past as she finds her strength to overcome adversity and embraces life’s uncertainty. (Skyhorse Publishing, World Rights, March 2018)

16 January, 2017

CELTIC MYTHOLOGY: Tales of Gods, Goddesses and Heroes, Philip Freeman

Audio sale:  An accessible and vivid collection of stories featuring the ancient tribal people of Ireland, Scotland and France, featuring magical Welsh queens and great Irish warriors, by a noted classicist.  To be published in March 2017 by Oxford University Press. (Brilliance/Audible, World English2017)

28 December, 2016


A former good girl and a star hockey player, court-ordered to the same juvenile work crew, must decide to help each other heal their wounded pasts, if only the pasts would strop trying to destroy their futures. Greenwood Brown is the author of GIRL LAST SEEN and the LIES BENEATH trilogy.  (Albert Whitman, World Rights, Spring 2018)