Little Tiger is to publish "a fresh take on the witch school genre" middle-grade series by mother and daughter partnership Honor and Perdita Cargill.
Head of Zeus will publish Georgie Hall's "funny and frank" debut novel, Woman of a Certain Rage.
Viking has pre-empted Our New Names, a “heartbreaking” debut novel from Khashayar J Khabushani.
Indie publisher Canbury Press is released the Unbound-funded illustrated book 99 Immigrants Who Made Britain Great, featuring an introduction from Bonnie Greer.
Hutchinson will publish a new novel, Malibu Rising, by US author Taylor Jenkins Reid, who won the Goldsboro Glass Bell Award this summer for her sixth novel Daisy Jones & The Six (Ballantine Books, 2019).
John Murray has acquired Emily Layden's debut novel All Girls, already optioned by HBO, exploring assault, consent and "what it means to be a young female in today’s world".
Macmillan is raising the entry-level salary of its US trade publishing staff to $42,000 (£33,000).
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