Another Idea of Happiness by Marc Levy
Two women from different generations embark on a road trip across America. Marc Levy's newest novel asks: How far should we go in our insatiable quest...
Speak by Louisa Hall
North American rights sold to Megan Lynch at Ecco for this stunning narrative of the creation of Artificial Intelligence that spans centuries and
The Passion of Mademoiselle S.
Gallimard will publish in France and rights haved sold quickly to Spiegel & Grau, Text, Heinemann, Bompiani, Companhia das Letras, De Geus, Grup 62 an...
Stephen Clarke was born in St Albans, England, and grew up in Bournemouth ("England's answer to Malibu"), where he played bass in some of the worst rock bands in musical history before leaving town to study French and German at Oxford. He gained a first-class degree in Modern Languages, but refused to go for interviews with any big companies, and was told by his tutor, "if you have any children, don't send them here." The tutor has since died.
For sixteen years, Thierry Cruvellier has been covering war crimes trials before international tribunals for Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Bosnia, and Cambodia, as well as national justice efforts in Colombia and the Balkans. Cruvellier was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University and is the author of Court of Remorse-Inside the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (Wisconsin University Press, 2010) and The Master of Confessions(to be published by Ecco in 2014).