NYT bestselling author Lynn Cahoon’s AN AMATEUR SLEUTH’S GUIDE TO MURDER, the first in a new series set in Bainbridge, Washington, follows a woman who returns home after a broken engagement with one skill set and one desire – to solve crimes like Nancy Drew, but now she just has to stumble into a mystery to solve and discover a dead body (that’s not her cheating ex-fiance), in a 3-book deal.
Rachel Magee’s IT’S ALL RELATIVE, inspired by Shakespeare’s famous comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a lighthearted women’s fiction celebrating the age-old-adage that “the course of true love”—or family, or careers, or a lot of things, actually—”never did run smooth”, in a 2-book deal.
Sandra Block’s THE BACHELORETTE PARTY, when a true-crime-loving bachelorette wakes up from her party to find her best friends missing and blood everywhere, she must solve her own case to save them and herself, with a final twist even she doesn’t see coming.
Author of SCRITCH SCRATCH Lindsay Currie’s IT’S WATCHING, pitched as a nod to The Ring, set in the most haunted cemetery in the country on Halloween night, where three kids must discover who—or what—is terrorizing them after receiving an ominous meme, to Alison Romig at Delacorte, in a two-book deal, for publication in spring 2025 and spring 2026.
USA Today bestselling author Ella Quinn’s NEXT THREE BOOKS IN THE POPULAR WORTHINGTON series, a happy, closeknit, and slightly chaotic family as they help each other find their happily ever afters during the Regency period.
Rebecca Allensworth’s BOARD TO DEATH: WHY PROFESSIONAL LICENSING ISN’T KEEPING YOU SAFE, told through stories of professionals and their regulators, and revealing that the way we regulate almost a quarter of American workers is deeply dysfunctional and surprisingly dangerous, especially for society’s most marginalized.
Hugh Blane’s LEAD BOLDLY, the book every leader needs when they first become a leader offering imminently practical and real world advice.
Jess Lourey’s MURDER BY MONTH MYSTERY series, in which a fish-out-of-water reporter and her quirky Battle Lake, Minnesota, crew laugh their way through clumsy romance, hidden mysteries, and a dead body a month, and the Anthony-nominated Salem’s Cipher thriller series, in which an agoraphobic cryptanalyst must stop an ancient group hell-bent on keeping women from power, in a good deal.
NYT bestselling author Rachel Howzell Hall’s THE LAST ONE, in which a young woman with no memory learns that the world is dying—and that she is the only one who can save it from an evil, destructive force…herself, to Liz Pelletier at Red Tower, in a good deal, in a four-book deal. Audio to Recorded Books. Rights also to Insignis (Poland), in a pre-empt.
Melinda Leigh’s TRACK HER DOWN AND BEYOND HER REACH, the next two books in her #1 WSJ bestselling Bree Taggert series, and two additional books, to Anh Schluep at Montlake, in a major deal, for seven figures.