Category Archives: Film Rights
After slipping out from its option with JJ Abrams & Warner Bros, Barry Lancet’s first novel of his successful Jim Brodie series hits the market again, with CAA making moves.
Still reeling from the death of his Japanese wife four years ago, Jim Brodie, an American who grew up in Japan, is called to the scene of a crime that appears to be a perfect multiple murder in San Francisco’s Japantown district.
Ben Tripp’s twist on the classic vampire tale The Fifth House Of The Heart has hit the market. The story centers around an immensely wealthy procurer of antiques, whose astonishing success has come from looting the treasure troves of vampires.
Asmodeus “Sax” Saxon-Tang, an aging and immensely wealthy procurer of antiques, has a secret: his astonishing success has come from looting the treasure troves of vampires.
An autistic man in his fifties has his life thrown into chaos when new people move into the “therapeutic community” in which he’s lived since he was a boy.
The story follows an autistic man as his life is turned around by outside forces and his inability to process them.
After a patient that has a distinct personal connection from LA psychologist Dr. Grace Blade’s past winds up murdered, she takes it upon herself to investigate, forcing her to uncover her own hidden skeletons to battle a murderous foe whose desperation for power pulls her back into the madness she has tried to escape.
NY Times bestselling author Jonathan Kellerman, known for his long-standing Alex Delaware crime series, has hit the market with his latest bestseller. The thriller, which just debuted on August 18th via Ballantine Books, centers on LA psychologist Dr. Grace Blades.
Centers on a young woman with a “once-in-a-generation” palate who becomes the head chef and shepherd of the country’s most premier and exclusive underground dinner spot.
Making the NY Times Hardcover bestseller list, the debut novel from J. Ryan Stradal hit shelves this past July via Viking/Pamela Dorman Books. The book centers on a young woman with a “once-in-a-generation” palate who becomes the head chef and shepherd of the country’s most premier and exclusive underground dinner spot.
When his wife, the estranged daughter of one of Midgard’s most powerful chieftains, is mysteriously kidnapped, a retired warrior takes up the hatchet and sets out to rescue her.
Centers on reclusive crime writer Lenora Shaw, who reluctantly accepts her distant friend’s invitation to spend the weekend together in an eerie glass house, hidden away in the English countryside.
Written by emerging author Ruth Ware, this breakout hit-in-the-making has already climbed to number eleven on the NY Times Bestseller list after hitting shelves August 4th, via Gallery/Scout Press.
Introduces ambitious prosecutor Elsie Arnold, who takes on a high-profile sexual abuse case that draws her into the bleak and sinister cultural underbelly of the Ozarks, which doesn’t take kindly to her interference.
The first entry, The Code of the Hills, introduces ambitious prosecutor Elsie Arnold, who takes on a high-profile sexual abuse case that draws her into the bleak and sinister cultural underbelly of the Ozarks, which doesn’t take kindly to her interference.
Mike Mitchell, an average New Yorker struggling to keep his family alive when an increasingly bizarre string of disasters start appearing on the world’s news networks.
The critically acclaimed property, published in 2013, was previously under option at 20th Century Fox, with Chernin Entertainment producing and Bill Kennedy scripting, though sources confirm that the option has now run out. Now the property is back on the market, with buyers circling.
Pitched as Clueless meets Silver Linings Playbook, a popular high school swimmer with OCD, who is uncomfortable with her queen-bee status, finds unexpected comfort in an underground poetry club introduced to her by a quirky classmate.
Pitched as Clueless meets Silver Linings Playbook, the dramedy centers on a popular high school swimmer, uncomfortable with her queen-bee status, who finds unexpected comfort in an underground poetry club introduced to her by a quirky classmate.
Combining hard-hitting investigative journalism and a sweeping family narrative, this provocative true story reveals a little-known chapter of American history: the period after the Brown v. Board of Education decision when one Virginia school system refused to integrate.
Award-winning journalist Kristen Green is out with her first book Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County: A Family, A Virginia Town, A Civil Rights Battle. Part memoir, part history, the provocative true story chronicles a little-known chapter of American history: the period after the Brown v. Board of Education decision when one Virginia school system refused to integrate.
Best-selling author Marcia Clark has hit the market with her latest novel, legal thriller Blood Defense. Set to be published in summer of 2016 by Thomas & Mercer, film rights are currently being shopped to buyers.
Samantha Brinkman is a struggling young defense attorney who bends the rules, but maintains her own dark sense of justice, until she takes a case that will change her career while revealing the truth about her family and changing the course of her life.
Kept under wraps, but pitched as Cinderella in the world of Game Of Thrones.
Follows a failed government program to genetically engineer the perfect soldier. But, when the test subjects starts eliminating the people who worked on the program, the CIA puts together a team to take him down.
Scott Reardon has hit the market with his debut novel, The Prometheus Man. Pitched as The Bourne Identity meets The 500, this buzzed about property is currently being shopped to buyers across the globe.
Pitched as The Craft meets Son of Anarchy, centers on teenage witch searching for her kidnapped best friend in a dark, dangerous world of black magic, warring families, and deadly motorcycle gangs.
YA author Jennifer Rush has hit the market with the first in her latest series, Rising Three. Pitched as The Craft meets Sons of Anarchy, the contemporary fantasy centers on a teenage witch searching for her kidnapped best friend.
Two unhappily married friends, Lottie and Rose, decide to rent a cottage in Maine with an indie movie star, Caroline, and elderly Beverly, who is recovering from a heartbreaking loss, to spend the month away with them, learning about life and themselves in the process.
Author Brenda Bowen has hit the market with her debut novel Enchanted August. A modern re-telling of Elizabeth Von Arnim’s Enchanted April, the charming dramedy is proving to be a hot property, with film and television rights being shopped to buyers.