For 27 years, Chris Knight survived in the Maine woods before going to jail where he struck up a correspondence with the Author. This book will seek to address the questions: What compels someone to walk away from his life, and from everything he knows of the world? What was he seeking, and did he find it?
The Improbability of Love marks acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Hannah Rothschild’s first foray into novel writing. The book tells a colorful story of a woman, her failed relationship, and a piece of art that leads her to an unexpected series of events. The film rights to the novel are currently available.
Patti Smith’s memoir M Train tells the story of her life through the eyes of the locations she lived in on the road or at home. It is already a national bestseller.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author T.J. Stiles has written an in-depth analysis of a wild and gritting time, starring the complex man behind the mythos. The biography paints a deeply personal story of Custer while still sweeping in scope, proving how much of his legacy is fact and how much is fiction.
In this magisterial biography, T. J. Stiles paints a portrait of Custer both deeply personal and sweeping in scope, proving how much of Custer’s legacy has been ignored. He demolishes Custer’s historical caricature, revealing a volatile, contradictory, intense person.
Jay McInerney has returned to his roots yet again with Thin City, the third book featuring married couple Russell and Corinne Calloway. The latest novel completes a trilogy, and the rights to all three books are available on the market.
McCarthy’s latest novel centers around a brother dealing with the aftermath of his sister’s suicide in 1980s New Orleans. Given McCarthy’s prestige, his upcoming novel is causing quite a stir on the rights market.
Author Lauren Fox’s third novel, Days of Awe, has just hit the rights market, with agents seeking the right match for Fox’s unique blend of wit and heart.
The rights to philanthropy expert David Callahan’s latest book, The Givers: Big Philanthropy and the New Power Elite Shaping Our Future, have hit the market.
A sprawling account of how a rising army of billionaire philanthropists is trying to shape nearly corner of society, from education to poverty to medicine, and asking hard questions about how their growing power squares with democratic values and the public interest.
In the winter of 1946, a woman arrives with her only remaining son in the ruins of Hamburg where she is reunited with her husband, a British colonel charged with rebuilding the city. But as they set off for their new home, she is stunned to discover that he has made an extraordinary decision: they will be sharing their house with its previous owners, a German widower and his troubled daughter.