THE DRUDGE REVOLUTION, an exploration into the reclusive media influencer Matt Drudge and the untold story of how talk radio, Fox News, and a gift shop clerk with an Internet connection took on mainstream media and forever impacted the way our culture consumes our news, by Matthew Lysiak, author of
THE WINDING RIVER, a multi-generational family saga about a daughter's quest to help her father unearth the truth surrounding his wartime past, told through the alternating points of view of a Jewish-American liberator, a German test pilot, and a political science professor, by Aimee Runyan, author of
Kira Archer's untitled book, a continuation of her Winning the Billionaire series, to Alethea Spiridon at Entangled Indulgence by Janna Bonikowski
Ann Aguirre's MURDERING MARLENA, pitched as a dark and twisted Cinderella Story, to Terri Bischoff at Midnight Ink in a nice deal by Lucienne Diver
Laurel Greer's next three titles in her Sutter Creek Montana miniseries, where three siblings fall in love with newcomers and old flames while struggling to add a search-and-rescue dog training facility to the family veterinary clinic, to Carly Silver at Harlequin Special Edition in a three-book
Amy Jarecki's THE HIGHLAND EARL, winner of 2018 RT Best Historical Debut award, in which an earl, believing he will never love again, enters into a marriage of convenience to clear his debts and secure a stepmother for his sons, to Leah Hultenschmidt at Grand Central by Elaine Spencer
Michele Hauf's STORM WARNING, to Denise Zaza at Harlequin Intrigue in a nice two-book deal for publication in March 2019, by Pamela Harty
SOLDIER'S SECRET SON by Maggie Black, in which a military corporal is unexpectedly reunited with the only woman he's ever loved and the son he never knew he had—just before armed robbers take over their train as it treks through the snowy Canadian wilderness—to Emily Rodmell at Harlequin
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