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LORELLA BELLI LITERARY AGENCY LTD

Translation Rights List

LBF 2018


lbla

lorella belli literary agency ltd

54 Hartford House

35 Tavistock Crescent

Notting Hill

London W11 1AY

UK

Tel. 0044 20 7727 8547



info@lorellabelliagency.com

Lorella Belli Literary Agency Ltd. Registered in England and Wales. Company No. 11143767.

Registered Office: 54 Hartford House, 35 Tavistock Crescent, Notting Hill, London W11 1AY, United Kingdom.


Fiction:



New Titles

  • Taylor Adams

  • Ingrid Alexandra

  • J A Baker

  • TJ Brearton

  • Renita D’Silva

  • Ruth Dugdall

  • Helen Durrant

  • Joy Ellis

  • Janice Frost

  • Charlie Gallagher

  • Malcolm Hollingdrake

  • Carol Mason

  • Anita Waller

  • Alex Walters


Selected Backlist

  • Mandy Baggot

  • Ker Dukey

  • Hannah Fielding

  • Tibor Fischer

  • Sophie Jackson

  • Maggie James

  • Dylan H Jones

  • Sharon Maas




  • Luke McCallin (Italy only)

  • Nisha Minhas

  • Rick Mofina

  • Farnoosh Moshiri

  • Katie Stephens

  • Meg Vandermerwe

  • Victoria Van Tiem

  • Eben Venter

  • PP Wong



  • Selected Bookouture authors (no new submissions, but handling existing deals only):

  • Robert Bryndza

  • Colleen, Coleman

  • Jenny Hale

  • Arlene Hunt

  • Louise Jensen

  • Anna Mansell

  • Angela Marsons

  • Helen Phifer

  • Helen Pollard

  • Kelly Rimmer

  • Claire Seeber

  • Rebecca Stonehill

  • Fiona Valpy

  • Sue Watson

  • Carol Wyer





  • Non-Fiction:



  • New Titles




  • Jeremy Leggett

Selected Backlist

  • Bruno Bara

  • Lars Brownworth

  • Theresa Cheung

  • Annalisa Coppolaro-Nowell

  • Sally Corner

  • Marcus Ferrar

  • Girl on the Net

  • Christopher Lascelles

  • William Little

  • Sandro Monetti

  • Marina Pearson

  • Sergio Pistoi

  • Gerald Posner

  • Patricia Posner

  • Robert J Ray

  • Jonathan Sacks

  • Grace Saunders

  • Dominic Selwood

  • Monica-Maria Stapelberg

  • Justine Trueman

We handle translation rights on behalf of the following clients:
BLOODHOUND BOOKS (UK) www.bloodhoundbooks.com

CRUX PUBLISHING (UK) www.cruxpublishing.co.uk

LOUISE GREENBERG BOOKS (UK)

JOFFE BOOKS (UK) www.joffebooks.com

PANOMA PRESS (UK) www.panomapress.com

We also handle English language UK & Commonwealth and/or World rights for:





FICTION:



  • Jennifer Armentrout/JLynn (UK/Comm; selected: Hodder & Stoughton)

  • Karen Dionne (UK/Comm: LittleBrown)

  • Carrie Elks (UK/Italy; selected titles; Atlantic Books)

  • Val Emmich (UK/Comm: Picador)

  • Erica Ferencik (UK/Comm: Bloomsbury)

  • Emily Giffin (UK/Comm: RH/Orion/Hodder & Stoughton)

  • Jenny Han/ Siobhan Vivian (UK/ Comm; selected: Simon & Schuster)

  • Helena Hunting (UK/ Italy; selected titles: Orion)

  • Linda Kavanagh (World English: Mira UK)

  • Rhiannon Navin (UK/Comm: Mantle/Macmilan)

  • Judy Nunn (UK; selected titles: Piatkus)

  • Sheila Roberts (UK/Comm; selected titles: Piatkus/Mira UK)

  • Ethel Rohan (UK/Comm: Atlantic Books)

  • Dr Nick Trout (ANZ: Allen & Unwin)





  • NON-FICTION:



  • Gabriella Bernstein (UK/Comm: Hay House)

  • Michael Bess (UK/Comm: Icon Books)

  • Susan Brackney (UK/Comm: Hay House)

  • Gesine Bullock-Prado (UK/Comm: Allison&Busby)

  • Scott Carney (UK/Comm: HarperCollins)

  • Misty Copeland (UK/Comm: LittleBrown/Sphere)

  • Kent Greenfield (UK/Comm: Biteback)

  • Edward Kritzler (UK/Comm: Robson Press)

  • Jessica Huie (World: Hay House)

  • Dr Linda Lancaster (UK/Comm: Hay House UK)

  • Diane/Bernie Lierow (UK/Comm: Penguin UK)

  • Caroline Maguire (UK/Comm: Vermillion/Penguin Random House)

  • Elisabetta Minervini (World: Bloomsbury)

  • Alanna Mitchell (UK/Comm: Oneworld Publications)

  • Angela Murrills & Peter Matthews (UK/Comm: Alison & Busby)

  • Jennifer Ouellette (UK/Comm: Oneworld Publications)

  • Michael Part (UK/Comm: John Blake/Bonnier)

  • Burt Reynolds (UK/Comm: Blink Publishing)

  • Anneli Rufus (UK/Comm: Capstone)

  • Dave Singleton (UK/Comm: Transworld)

  • Diana Winston (UK/Comm: Perigee)

  • Carol Wright (UK/Comm: Blue Guides)









  • FICTION



  • New Titles



  • TAYLOR ADAMS



  • For fans of Dean Koonz, Robert Bryndza, Gregg Hurwitz and Karin Slaughter

  • NO EXIT Thriller

  • North American rights sold to William Morrow in a mid-six figure deal

  • Film rights acquired in a pre-empt by 20th Century Fox



  • USA #5 UK #20 113,000 copies sold 21 languages

  • A KIDNAPPED LITTLE GIRL LOCKED IN A STRANGER'S VAN. NO HELP FOR MILES. WHAT WOULD YOU DO? Darby Thorne is a college student stranded by a blizzard at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere. She’s on the way home to see her sick mother. She’ll have to spend the night in the rest stop with four complete strangers. Then she stumbles across a little girl locked inside one of their parked cars.

  • There is no cell phone reception, no telephone, no way out because of the snow, and she doesn’t know which one of the other travellers is the kidnapper. Who is the little girl? Why has she been taken? Why? And how can Darby save her and herself?



  • Rights: English North America: William Morrow/HC USA; English UK & Commonwealth, Joffe Books; Arabic: Noon Publishing; Audio: Brilliance Publishing at auction; Bulgaria: under offer; Croatia: Znanje; Czech: Euromedia Group; Denmark: Jentas; Estonia: Pegasus; Germany: under offer; Greece: Klidarithmos; Hungary: Tericum; Israel: Ivrit Publishing; Italy: De Agostini Planeta at auction; Lithuania: Balto Trader; Poland: Otwarte at auction; Portugal: Topseller at auctino; Romania: Editura Art; Russia: AST; Serbia: Vulkan; Slovakia: Ikar preempt; Slovenia: under offer; Spain: Ediciones B; Sweden: Jentas; Thailand: Amarin; Turkey: Pena Publications



  • EYESHOT

  • 40,000 copies sold Thriller

  • Rights: World English, Joffe Books; Audio: Tantor Media; Czech: Euromedia Group; Italy: De Agostini at auction; Poland: Otwarte at auction; Portugal: Topseller at auction; Russia: AST; Serbia: Vulkan; Slovakia: Ikar preempt; Turkey: Pena Publications; Film rights: Simon Rumley



  • OUR LAST NIGHT

  • 5,000 copies sold Thriller/paranormal elements

  • Rights: World English, Joffe Books; Audio: Brilliance Publishing at auction



  • INGRID ALEXANDRA Psychological thriller



  • For fans of HER by Harriet Lane, Erin Kelly, Elizabeth Haynes, PJ Delaney, Liane Moriarty, Sabine Durrant

  • S. J. Watson's BEFORE I GO TO SLEEP meets cult frenemy film Single White Female in this gripping and creepy psychological thriller set in Australia. It delves into what lies behind toxic relationships and their disturbing – and sometimes deadly – consequences.

  • THE NEW GIRL

  • You’ve only just met. But she already knows you so well…

  • Mary has learned to live with the gaps in her memory. But when her fate depends on what she saw the night of a murder, she must learn to remember… or die trying.

  • Mary can’t remember what happened that night at the party on the beach, but when she learns that a young man was killed - someone both she and her violent ex, Mark, knew - she’s terrified that Mark had something to do with it. And when he begins threatening her, saying he’s coming to find her, she’s sure of it.

  • Now Mary’s future (and sanity) depends on her memory of that night. But without evidence, and her mind full of blank spaces, the police and Mary’s friends do not believe her story. When Rachel moves into the spare room in Mary’s flat, everyone is quick to jump to the conclusion that there’s something strange about her. Everyone apart from Mary.



  • Rachel becomes a friend and an ally, and Mary soon discovers that they have more in common than she ever could have imagined. In fact, Rachel seems to know more about Mary than she knows about herself…

  • And when Rachel starts sleepwalking, everyone’s fears grow. But there’s something about the new girl that Mary can’t help but trust, and having recently escaped a toxic relationship, she needs the support.

  • With everyone doubting her story and danger closing in… who else can Mary trust?



  • Who do you trust... when you can't trust yourself?

  • Rights: World English: Avon Books (HarperCollins) ebook publication 16th July and paperback November 2018

  • J A BAKER

  • For fans of authors like Shalini Boland, KL Slater and Kathryn Croft

  • THE OTHER MOTHER Psychological Thriller (stand-alone)

  • 28,000 copies sold

  • UK top 50

  • Canada top 10



  • THREE TROUBLED WOMEN. ONE DEADLY SECRET. Lissy and her daughter, Rosie, live a quiet life in Yorkshire, however when events at Rosie’s school come to light, their peaceful existence is shattered. Meanwhile, middle-aged women Erica and Beverley appear to have perfect lives but behind closed doors things are not as they seem. All three women are tied together by a dark past that goes back to their school days. A child was murdered and one of the women is to blame. But is the person responsible for the child’s death the same person who was blamed for it all those years ago? As secrets from their past begin to surface it becomes clear that someone has revenge in their sights… just end in murder…

  • Rights: World English Bloodhound Books

  • UNDERCURRENT Psychological Thriller (stand-alone)

  • 20,000 copies sold

  • UK top 100

  • Rights: World English Bloodhound Books

  • HER DARK RETREAT Psychological Thriller (stand-alone)

  • 12,000 copies sold

  • UK top 30

  • Rights: World English Bloodhound Books



  • T J BREARTON Crime thriller

  • For fans of Jeffery Deaver and Linwood Barclay

  • NORTH COUNTRY SERIES:

  • (set in the same area but all standalones)



  • GONE





  • A suspense thriller with an almighty twist in the tale. How can an entire family disappear into thin air?

  • An empty house on the edge of a small town… a teddy bear abandoned… a half drunk glass of wine… the TV left on and all the computer equipment missing. Where have Hutchinson Kemp and his wife and two children gone?

  • Detective Rondeau doesn't think they left by choice. However, he is on the verge of cracking up as he pursues the trail of the film-maker and his family who have disappeared without a trace. Rondeau discovers disturbing evidence that big money and government might have something to do with the chilling crime, but no one seems to believe him anymore. Ignoring his sceptical police colleagues, he puts his life at risk as he races to find the family in this twisting-turning crime thriller. Are the family even still alive, and what are their abductors trying to hide?



  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • DARK KILLS

  • 8,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • DARK WEB

  • 17,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books

  • TITAN SERIES:

  • HABIT

  • 36,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • SURVIVORS

  • 18,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • DAYBREAK

  • 7,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • BLACK SOUL

  • 500 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books

  • TOM LANGE SERIES:

  • DEAD GONE

  • 12,000 copies sold

  • USA#30

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • TRUTH OR DEATH

  • 3,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Joffe Books



  • RENITA D’SILVA Women's fiction

  • A new 2-book deal with Bookouture



  • Renita combines the great tradition of Indian fiction with the emotional story-telling of authors like Jodi Picoult, Diane Chamberlain. If you enjoy Kathryn Hughes, Dinah Jefferies, Lucinda Riley, Santa Montefiore and Kristin Hannah



  • BENEATH AN INDIAN SKY



  • In colonial India a young woman finds herself faced with an impossible choice, the consequences of which will echo through the generations…

  • 1928. In British-ruled India, headstrong Sita longs to choose her own path, but her only destiny is a good marriage. After a chance meeting with a Crown Prince leads to a match, her family’s status seems secured and she moves into the palace, where peacocks fill the gardens and tapestries adorn the walls. But royal life is far from simple, and her failure to provide an heir makes her position fragile. Soon Sita is on the brink of losing everything, and the only way to save herself could mean betraying her oldest friend…

  • 2000. When Priya’s marriage ends in heartbreak, she flees home to India and the palace where her grandmother, Sita, once reigned as Queen. But as grandmother and granddaughter grow closer, Priya has questions. Why is Sita so reluctant to accept that her royal status ended with Independence? And who is the mysterious woman who waits patiently at the palace gates day after day? Soon Priya uncovers a secret Sita has kept for years – and which will change the shape of her life forever…



  • Rights: World English: Bookouture, 16th March 2018



  • A MOTHER’S SECRET

  • 45,000 copies sold

  • What if you discovered that everything you knew about yourself was a lie?

  • Rights: World English: Bookouture, April 2016; Bulgaria: SBB Media; Italy: under offer; Netherlands: Meulenhoff Boekerij; Norway: Cappelen Damm

  • A DAUGHTER’S COURAGE

  • 10,000 copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Bookouture, May 2017; Norwegian: Cappelen Damm



  • A SISTER’S PROMISE

  • 28,500 copies sold

  • Two sisters. Bound by blood. Torn apart by love.

  • Rights: World English: Bookouture; Bulgaria: SBB Media

  • THE STOLEN GIRL

  • 20,500 copies sold

  • 49,000 copies sold

  • Top 50 Amazon UK hit

  • Top 100 Amazon US and Canada

  • #1 Amazon UK Women’s Literary Fiction

  • Rights: World English: Bookouture, excluding India (English); Audio: Tantor Media; Italy: under offer

  • MONSOON MEMORIES

  • 19,600copies sold

  • Rights: World English: Bookouture; excluding India (English): Harlequin MIRA (Top 10)



  • RUTH DUGDALL Psychological thriller



  • For readers of Elizabeth Haynes, Sharon Bolton, Erin Kelly, B.A. Paris and Louise Doughty.



  • THE THINGS YOU DIDN'T SEE

  • A sleepwalker can’t be guilty of anything they do whilst they dream. Can they?

  • Early morning, in rural Suffolk, a single gunshot is heard at Innocence Farm. The farmer’s wife, Maya Hawke, is barely alive, found with her chin under the muzzle of a rifle. The police, the paramedics, all assume it is an attempted suicide.

  • Maya is in an induced coma, unable to say. Her daughter, Cassandra, knows her mother thought suicide was cowardly and won’t accept this explanation and sets out to discover the truth. Just when she believes she knows who is guilty her father makes a startling confession: he did it, but in his sleep. Hector Hawke has always been a sleepwalker, and he loves his wife. No-one doubts his tragic explanation; no-one except his daughter.

  • When Maya dies the stakes are raised, and the case is upgraded to a murder. Cassandra is plagued with anxiety: if he was asleep, how can any of them rest easy at night? And if he’s lying, she is harbouring her mother’s murderer. When her family, her marriage, and her mental health are put at risk she must ask herself what price she is willing to pay for the truth.

  • Student paramedic Holly Redwood, one of the first on the scene to attend to Maya, also thinks something strange is going on. But she has a secret; Innocence Farm was a place she played as a girl, until the play turned to pain, and someone got badly hurt. She has never been back, until now. Helping Cassandra uncover the truth also resurrects the ghosts of her past, and both women end up down a path of discovery from which neither can turn back.



  • THE THINGS YOU DIDN'T SEE is a novel about families and love. It is about the nature of guilt and innocence. It is about the secrets we keep, especially from our selves.



  • Rights: World English: Thomas Mercer/ Amazon Publishing (print and digital), 24th April 2018; Audio: Brilliance Publishing



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