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KHLA is a small independent literary agency with a growing list of clients. We offer authors a nurturing environment and a high level of attention in all book markets.

KHLA is a small independent literary agency with a growing list of clients. We offer authors a nurturing environment and a high level of attention in all book markets. We offer publishers new and established talent across a range of adult fiction and non-fiction, and childrens fiction. Pleaseclick herefor more information about agents Kate Hordern and Anne Williams.

Jane Corrys new domestic suspense thriller, WE ALL HAVE OUR SECRETS, is published by Penguin on 23 June 2022.

Everything I love in a book. Lisa Jewell

Jane Corrys psychological thrillers have sold more than a million copies.

THE FORGOTTEN SISTER, the debut saga byJudy Summersset in 1848 Liverpool, is a heart-breaking and heart-warming story about what we will do for those we love. The paperback is published by Welbeck on 31 March 2022.

Congratulations toJulie Houstonwhose novel, A FAMILY AFFAIR, was published in paperback in February 2022. Her new novel, A VILLAGE SECRET will be published in April in eBook and paperback by Aria.

A joyful, feel-good story with characters youll love. Bravo! Faith Hogan (of A FAMILY AFFAIR)

Ellie Woodsfirst novel, THE WILDWATER WOMEN, was published in eBook, paperback and audio by HarperNorth in April.

A beautiful, warm, touching and evocative readPhillipa Ashley

An unusual book, beautifully written, full of gentle undercurrents that bring floods of emotion. The gorgeous setting is exactly right for the strong theme of friendship, making this a real curl-up-in-your-armchair readSue Moorcroft

CALLING WPC CROCKFORD: The Story of a 1950s Policewoman byRuth DAlessandrowas published by Welbeck on 3 March 2022. In this nostalgic, tender and honest account of post-war British society, we follow a bright, determined woman navigating a mans world, from performing traffic duties to unravelling a dark secret at the heart of an impoverished family.

For fans ofHeartbeatandCall The Midwife, this is a charming policing memoir. Judge Rinder

Congratulations toAlice Hunter, whose THE SERIAL KILLERS WIFE, published by Avon in May in paperback and eBook, has sold over 100,000 copies and was 2021s 16th-bestselling eBook, according toBooksellers BookStat chart. It has been also been a bestseller in paperback, reaching the2 slot in theBooksellerHeatseeker bestseller list. It got to 10 in the US Kindle list and was an iBooks 1 bestseller.

Striking debut...richly deserves to be a hitDaily Mail

Sandy Taylorsseventh novel, THE IRISH NANNY, was published by Bookouture on 30 July 2021.

Congratulations to Sandy on achieving 1 simultaneously in the Saga Fiction, Romance Sagas and Family Sagas Kindle categories, and on reaching 24 in the Kindle Top 100.

A heartbreaking story of WWII. Loved it so much!Goodreads reviewer, 5 stars

Victoria Jenkinss latest psychological thriller, THE BRIDESMAIDS, was published by Bookouture in eBook in May.

I flew through the pages in record time. The ending wassimply fantasticand totally unexpectedUnputdownable.RK_reads, 5 stars

Gill Thompsons third novel, THE LIGHTHOUSE SISTERS, set in wartime Jersey and Germany, was published by Headline in eBook and audio in February. They will publish the paperback in September.

Such a compelling read . . . it kept me guessing to the end and has stayed with me since finishing itSUZANNE GOLDRING

Laura Starkeys romantic comedy debut RACHEL RYANS RESOLUTIONS was published by Bonnier Embla on 16 September 2021. Congratulations to Laura on achieving 17, and for spending over four weeks, in the Kindle Top 100.

A big-hearted treat of a read.Catherine Walsh, author ofOne Night Only

A sparkling debut. Zoë Folbigg, bestselling author ofThe Note

Hilarious and heartwarming.Matt Dunn, bestselling author ofHome

Sam Carringtons latest thriller, THE COUPLE ON MAPLE DRIVE, was published by Avon on 9 December in paperback, audio and eBook.

It has been selected as one ofThe TimesCrime Clubs Picks of the Month.

A deft example of domestic noirThe Times

Congratulations toNicola Chester, whose memoir, ON GALLOWS DOWN:Place, Protest and Belonging, published by Chelsea Green, has won the 2021 Richard Jefferies Award for outstanding nature writing. The paperback edition will be published on 14 July.

An incredible book of exceptional depth, feeling and bravery...wonderful! I couldnt put it down. A must read Dara McAnulty

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