Katharine Gregorio's THE WOMAN WHO BROKE THE IRON CURTAIN, the story of the author's great-aunt Katharine Clark, a trailblazer who overcame personal obstacles to pioneer a career in a man's profession, providing essential eyewitness reports of postwar Europe and life behind the Iron Curtain, to Erin
Vaishnavi Patel's KAIKEYI, which reimagines the life of the vilified queen of the Indian epic the Ramayana from her childhood as an overlooked princess to her role as a warrior, diplomat, and most-favored queen (and her ultimate downfall) to Priyanka Krishnan at Redhook, in a good two-book
K.L. Armstrong's untitled standalone thriller, the story of a woman who has inherited a house in rural Florida—but not the good will of the insular townspeople, the police force, or the mysterious woman squatting in her shed—to Bhavna Chauhan at Doubleday Canada, in an exclusive submission for a
Gena Showalter's untitled books, to Michele Bidelspach at HQN in a significant two-book deal, by Deidre Knight
TJ Klune's THE HOUSE IN THE CERULEAN SEA, to Memoris (Denmark), by Elin Rydner at Lennart Sane Agency on behalf of Elaine Spencer
Peggy Rothschild's THE BONE YARD, the first in a mystery series featuring an investigator-turned-dog trainer who moves to a coastal California town attempting a fresh start—only to find herself a suspect when her newest trainee digs up evidence of a murder—to Kristine Swartz at Berkley Prime Crime
Kate McLaughlin's DAUGHTER, in which a 17-year-old discovers that her father is a notorious serial killer who will only give up his secrets to her, to Vicki Lame at Wednesday Books in a nice deal, by Deidre Knight
Lucy Parker's sixth book in her London Celebrities series, returning to the eccentric Ford-Griffin family and their rambling estate first introduced in THE AUSTEN PLAYBOOK—but this time following the sometimes hapless, always adorable younger brother as he finds his own happily ever after—to Kerri Buckley at Carina Press
Karen Booth's untitled conclusion to the latest iteration of the Texas Cattleman's Club series, in which two ranching families band together against a common enemy, to Patience Bloom at Harlequin Desire in a nice deal, by Melissa Jeglinski
Jules Bennett's untitled book, part of the latest iteration of the Texas Cattleman's Club series, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire in a nice deal, by Elaine Spencer
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