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Welcome to Langtons International Agency Newsletter!
Langtons International Agency is one of New York's most successful literary management agencies specializing in non-fiction: including memoir, true crime, biography, and b
xceptionally well written literary and commercial fiction: including mystery, thrillers, and women's fiction.
We recently added film and television scripts to our offering.
Notable releases include Trumbo by Bruce Cook (Grand Central Publishing, September 8, 2015) to coincide with the movie release, starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, and Helen Mirren.
Art in the Blood by Bonnie MacBird, (HarperCollins UK, September 2015) first of a trilogy of Sherlock Holmes adventures. Sold to 17 countries, bestseller in 5.
Dancing on Her Grave
by Diane Montane and Carolina Sarassa, true crime (Berkley, April 2015) Discovery Channel, and Lifetime Movies (October 22, 2016).
2016 saw 15 books sold to commercial publishers. 7 of these used our editing service.
2017 is proving to be another successful year, with a book sold per month to date.
Contact us today to start your journey towards becoming a published author or screen and television writer, from an idea to a success!
More Great Reads For the Holidays!
Marriage Made Me Do It by Ashley Fontainne
A dark comedy about a housewife's descent into madness as tragic events hit her family in quick succession. Roxanne Davenport is a suburban housewife desperately trying to adhere to the traditions passed down from her mother. Buy Here
Emma and Adam by Jason Huza
Derrick Kelley's life is changed forever when a joyriding teenager sideswipes his wife and son, killing them instantly. A joyous family outing turns into a nightmare that Derrick cannot seem to wake from.
World upended, Derrick is torn between reconciling or succumbing to rage-fueled revenge.
Oscar's Ghost by Laura Lee
After the death of Oscar Wilde, two of the playwright's closest friends-- both former lovers-- battled over who would control the narrative about Wilde's life, and who history would blame for his death.
Trumbo by Bruce Cook
This intriguing biography shows the life of Dalton Trum
central figure in the "Hollywood Ten," the blacklisted and jailed screenwriters for their communist politics in the McCarthy era. It follows
his early life in Colorado to Hollywood where he was the highest-paid screenwriter w
hen he was blacklisted.
the movie starred
Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane & Helen Mirren.
Dog-Gone Good Cookbooks
The Dog-Gone Good Cookbook
is a fun, healthy cookbook with delicious meals for you and your pooch. It includes more than one hundred balanced, delicious recipes that are corn, sugar, soy, and gluten free.
Now sold to PBS for a realty show.
Something to be Brave For by Priscilla Bennett
Katie Callahan Giraud is tired of fearing for her life. Her husband, a high-profile plastic surgeon and a once charming man has become a controlling, abusive tyrant. However, in Boston's high society, avoiding scandal can sometimes seem more important than Katie's own life.
Love & Money by Ann-Margaret Carrozza
An engaging narrative, with amusing cautionary tales in which readers will learn how to utilize contracts to identify and avoid costly relationship landmines, reduce pet peeves, and create a joint mission statement, all the while ensuring that one's wealth and values are transmitted to future generations.
Now a reality show on the Fox Network.
Dancing on her Grave by Diana Montane and Carolina Sarassa
This true-crime story about a Las Vegas showgirl whose dreams of a dazzling career end in a nightmare.
The aspiring showgirl would soon be making her star-making solo debut at the legendary Luxor, but after the morning rehearsals no one saw Debbie alive again.
Now a Lifetime Movie, Death of a Vegas Showgirl shown in September 2016.