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A.M. Stuart’s SINGAPORE SAPPHIRE, set in 1910, in which a British former suffragette attempts to gain financial independence as a private secretary in colonial Singapore, but when her first client is murdered, she is drawn into a complex web of old secrets, stolen gemstones and a mysterious gang of thieves.

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NYT and USA Today bestselling author Stacy Finz’ COWBOY UP, the first book in the Dry Creek Ranch series about a burned-out FBI agent who learns he has an orphaned twelve-year-old daughter and decides to raise her on his late grandfather’s ranch, finding help from an unusual ally — the town’s piraya, in a 3-book deal.

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Author of THE LAST PLACE YOU LOOK Kristen Lepionka’s THE STORIES YOU TELL, in which a PI fights to keep her brother out of jail when he’s the last person to see a hip young DJ before she disappears—under unusual circumstances that get even stranger as she discovers links to a murdered cop and to a new nightclub whose staff has suddenly vanished as well, in a 2-book deal.

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Sandy Stark-McGinnis’s debut EXTRAORDINARY BIRDS, in which an eleven-year-old girl who has grown up in the foster system believes that one day she will transform into a bird and fly away, but when she’s placed with a foster mom who runs a wildlife rescue, she gains a new perspective on family and home, to Allison Moore at Bloomsbury Children’s, in a very nice deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in Spring 2019.

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Kate Bateman’s A GOOD EARL IS HARD TO FIND, first in the Bow Street Bachelors series of Regency romances, in which a young heiress hatches a scheme to marry a condemned man in order to fend off fortune-hunting suitors, but the plan goes awry when she realizes the supposed convict she’s wed is actually a roguish nobleman in disguise — who is very much alive, to Jennie Conway at St. Martin’s, in a three-book deal, for publication in Fall 2019.