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Keith Gray

Keith Gray

Keith’s first book Creepers was published when he was 24 and was shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Award. He has since written many books including his best-known Ostrich Boys, which won great acclaim and was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal, Guardian Fiction Prize and the BookTrust Teen Prize. Keith has also written Warehouse (shortlisted for the Guardian Fiction Award), Malarkey (shortlisted for the Booktrust Teenage Prize) and The Runner (winner of a Smarties Silver Medal). He has lectured in Creative Writing and now lives in Edinburgh with his partner and their daughter. He spends much of his time visiting schools to pass on his love of books and writing, as well as reviewing teenage fiction.

Books by Keith Gray
Keith Gray - The Chain
The Chain
Published January 2013 by Barrington Stoke

Cal is sick of being the good guy. Joe’s dad is a big time loser – can Joe ever be a winner? Ben has two girlfriends – but only loves himself, and Kate has to say the hardest goodbye of all. Four people. Four stories. Four links in the chain. One book, which will change their lives forever.

Keith Gray - The Trick
The Trick
Published November 2012 by HarperCollins UK

“Eric, are you ready to travel to a place you’ve never been before?” Mathew Masters asked, loud enough for the whole audience to hear. “Are you ready to do something truly magical? Are you ready, Eric, to vanish not somewhere, but Elsewhere?”

Where do you go when you disappear? Or, rather, when you are ‘disappeared’. Eric is about to find out when a school trip to a magic show takes an unexpected turn.

Keith Gray - The Boswall Kidnapping
The Boswall Kidnapping
Published January 2011 by HarperCollins UK

When Alex’s dad drags him to Boswall and Sons, the local department store, he never expects to find himself thrown into a world of kidnap and spies.

Keith Gray - The Return of Johnny Kemp
The Return of Johnny Kemp
Published May 2009 by Barrington Stoke

“If I tell you to run, then run, right? And I mean fast.”

Dan grassed up Johnny Kemp. No one else was stupid enough to mess with Johnny. Just Dan. Now Johnny Kemp is back, and he’s out for blood…

Ostrich Boys
Kenny, Sim and Blake are about to embark on a remarkable journey. Stealing the urn that contains the ashes of their best friend Ross, they set out to travel 261 miles from Cleethorpes on the English east coast to the tiny hamlet of Ross in southern Scotland. After a depressing and dispiriting funeral they feel that taking Ross to Ross will be a fitting memorial for a fifteen year-old boy who changed all their lives through his friendship.

Published by Random House Children’s Publishers UK, 2008


Other Titles:



The Last Soldier
Nothing much happens in Joe and Wade’s dusty town. There’s not much excitement in Joe and his brother’s lives – just grinding poverty and the occasional run-in with the neighbours. The only highlight is the arrival of the carnival, with its mermaid, wolfman and baby dragon. This year, there’s a new attraction – the Last Soldier of World War One. What message does he have for the boys…?

Published by Barrington Stoke, 2015


You Killed Me


You Killed Me!

Len Grimsby is dead and he blames Toby. When Len’s ghost appears at the end of his bed, Toby is taken back in time to see the repercussions of his actions and unravel the series of events that led to Len’s death. Can he save Len from being killed? Gripping ghost story from a critically acclaimed writer.

Published by Barrington Stoke, 2013


Also with Barrington Stoke:

Ghosting-2012 cover

Other Titles:

Next (2012), Losing It (2010), Hoodlum (2010), The Fearful (2005), Malarkey (2003), Before Night Falls (2003), Warehouse (2002), £10,000 (2001), Happy (1998), The Runner (1998), From Blood: Two Brothers (1997), Dead Trouble (1997), Creepers (1996), Hunting The Cat (1996)

Keith Gray is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

Jonathan Meres

Jonathan Meres
Jonathan is based in Edinburgh. He’s a multi-talented individual who used to be a stand-up comedian and then wrote a number of books, including the bestselling books and TV series Yo! Diary! in the late 1990s.

Twitter: @jonathanmeres

Books by Jonathan Meres

“The World of Norm” Series
2014 is officially THE YEAR OF NORM!
Jonathan Meres saw over 7,000 children at live events this year
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World of Norm: May Need Filling In
Published June 2014 by Orchard Books
The World of Norm

In the world of Norm, today is always one of those days. Whether it’s losing his house, getting grounded without leaving bed, or waking up in 18th-century France, there are plenty of bonkers adventures that Norm haphazardly has to get himself out of. This is an abso-flipping-lutely hilarious series about a boy who can’t help getting himself into trouble, and only really wants a quiet life.

The World of Norm: 12: Must End Soon
Published: June 2017 by Orchard Books

The World of Norm: 11: May Be Recycled
Published December 2016 by Orchard Books

The World of Norm: 10: Includes Delivery
Published May 2016 by Orchard Books

The World of Norm: 9: May Still Be Charged
Published October 2015 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 8: May Contain Buts
Published June 2015 by Orchard Books 

World of Norm: 7: Must Be Washed Separately
Published June 2014 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 6: May Need Rebooting
Published June 2014 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 5: May Be Contagious
Published November 2013 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 4: May Require Batteries
Published June 2013 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 3: May Produce Gas
Published October 2012 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 2: May Cause Irritation
Published January 2012 by Orchard Books

World of Norm: 1: May Contain Nuts
Published September 2011 by Orchard Books

Rights to The World of Norm sold in: China, Brazil, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Latvia, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey
Praise for The World of Norm Series:
Hilarious stuff’ – Harry Hill
For Fans of Jeff Kinney’ – Books for Keeps

Jonathan Meres - Grandpa was an Astronaut
Grandpa was an Astronaut
Published August 2016 by Barrington Stoke

Sherman loves the moon and he loves his grandpa even more – who has actually been to the moon! Grandpa was an astronaut and has a chunk of moon rock on his mantlepiece. Playing space games with Grandpa is one of Sherman’s most favourite things ever so he’s thrilled to hear that’s exactly what a visit to Grandpa will involve. High quality cream paper and a special easy to read font ensure a smooth read for all.

Jonathan Meres - Fame Thing
Fame Thing
Published October 2016 by Barrington Stoke

When superstar footballer Dean Johnson moves into George’s village, she gets the shock of her life. He seems like such a normal guy – but the newspapers say he’s a foul-mouthed overpaid yob. Who should George believe?

Jonathan Meres - The Xmas Factor
The Xmas Factor
Published November 2012 by A&C Black

Hilarious collection of jokes, poems, lists, top tens and Christmas craziness, to make Christmas go with a bang!

Jonathan Meres - Phenomenal! - The Small Book of Big Words
Phenomenal! The Small Book of Big Words
Published July 2011 by Macmillan Children’s Books

DISCOMBOBULATED Pronounced ~ dis-com-bob-u-lated. Means ~ thrown into confusion. As in ~ the lion is discombobulated by the skateboarding wildebeest. And ~ my parents are discombobulated when I suddenly start speaking Swedish.* A bit like ~ befuddled, bamboozled. Don’t confuse with ~ anything. If you like this word, try ~ nincompoop. * This won’t make any sense if you are actually Swedish.


“Koala Calamity” – Harper Collins’ ‘Awesome Animals’ Series
You Snooze You Lose!
Surf’s Up!
Phenomenal! The Small Book of Big Words
The XMAS Factor

Joanne Nethercott

Joanne Nethercott
With a degree in illustration from Scotland, Joanne now lives in Cornwall where she can lose herself in a timeless world of fantastical creatures, mythical landscapes and imaginative narratives.

Books by Joanne Nethercott

Ginger Nut
Calum McGregor is a blond boy in a ginger family. His mum and dad have red hair, his big sister and brother have red hair, his grandpa had red hair before he went bald, and he even has a cat called Ginger. Calum is fed up with being the odd one out, so he takes matters into his own hands and decides to make his hair ginger!

Lost at the Zoo
Rory the pet mouse goes on a trip to Edinburgh Zoo in Sam’s pocket. He leans out to get a better look and falls into the anteater’s enclosure. How will wee Rory ever find Sam again in the enormous zoo?
World Rights: Floris

Joanne Nethercott is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

James Jauncey

James Jauncey

James Jauncey grew up in Edinburgh and Perthshire and studied law at Aberdeen University. He spent much of his twenties travelling and working as a journalist and business writer. In the same year, at the age of 40, he moved back to Scotland and published his first novel. He has written for children, adults and young adults and writes business books under the name Jamie Jauncey. His YA fiction in particular has been nominated for numerous awards; both The Witness and The Reckoning were shortlisted for the Royal Mail Scottish Children’s Book Awards.

James’s website:

James Jauncey is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Jenny. For all enquiries contact

Books by James

The Reckoning
Young Picador, November 2010


Standing on the beach watching the early morning-mist roll in off the sea, Fin is thinking about the day when he can escape to the mainland. His sister got away, but no one has heard from her in two years. Fin’s thoughts are interrupted by the sound of a car on the bridge above him. He hears doors slam, voices, a scream and then, for a brief moment, he glimpses a figure falling through the fog. It’s a young girl and she dies in Fin’s arms.

Did the dead girl jump or was she pushed? Sceptical of the official suicide verdict, Fin is determined to find the truth, a hunt that will lead him closer to his missing sister and to a shocking secret at the heart of his island community.

Praise for The Reckoning

A thriller for intelligent and sensitive teenagers … Deeply poetic and reflective, full of rich and evocative  language and concerns – family breakdown, a threatened community, racism – which haunt every generation
The Big Issue

The Reckoning is … both a tense thriller and a moving man-into-boy story
The Telegraph


Helen FitzGerald

Helen Fitzgerald
Helen FitzGerald writes teen fiction and thrillers. She’s been described as ‘a startling new talent in the edgier corner of the crime fiction scene.’ Her novels – Dead Lovely, My Last Confession, The Devil’s Staircase and Bloody Women – have been translated into numerous languages and widely praised as ‘glorious black comedy’ and ‘thinking women’s noir’.
“For quality chick-lit with a murderous twist, look no further than FitzGerald’s brand of thinking woman’s noir.” Sunday Telegraph
Books by Helen FitzGerald
Amelia O’Donohue is SO NOT a Virgin (for teenagers)
Everything’s going swimmingly at school for Rachel, until she finds a newborn baby in the cupboard.
World rights (excluding UK): Sourcebooks


When 16-year-old Abigail’s mother dies in Scotland, Abigail discovers her father is living in California. What’s more, she has an eighteen-year-old sister, Becky, and the two are expecting Abigail to move in with them. After struggling to overcome her natural suspicions of a note from beyond the grave, Abigail grows close to her newfound sister. But then Becky is found dead, the accidental victim of an apparent drug overdose. As Abigail wrestles with her feelings and compiles a “Book of Remembrance” of her sister’s short life, she uncovers a horrifying global plot aimed at controlling teen behavior: one that took her sister’s and mother’s lives, with vast implications.
UK/Commonwealth: Jenny Brown Associates
Rest of world rights: Soho Press
Helen FitzGerald’s teen titles are represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

Gaby Halberstam

Gaby Halberstam
Gaby Halberstam was born and spent the first fifteen years of her life in South Africa. She now lives with her family in London.

Books by Gaby Halberstam
Gaby Halberstam - Noor Inayat Khan
Noor Inayat Khan
Published November 2013 by A&C Black

Noor Khan was a pacifist, an Indian Muslim, a poet and children’s author. During WWII she joined the Special Operations Executive and was sent to Nazi-occipied France as a wireless operator, transmitting vital secret messages. When her network was broken and her colleagues captured by the Nazis, she refused to abandon what had become the most important and dangerous post in France, as the last link between London and Paris. She was executed in Dachau in 1944 after being betrayed to the Nazis, and was posthumously awarded the George Cross and Croix de Guerre. The astonishing story of a true British hero.

Gaby Halberstam - The Golem
The Golem
Published July 2012 by A&C Black

The Jewish people of Prague are under threat. So the Rabbi creates a golem, a giant clay man, to defend them. But the creature rampages out of control and the Rabbi must put a stop to it.

Gaby Halberstam - Boudicca
Published July 2012 by A&C Black

Following the death of her husband, Boudica, queen of the Iceni tribe, is brutally attacked by the occupying Romanforces. Her home is pillaged, her daughters abused, and her land stolen from under her. Fearless, intelligent and determined, shemanages to free her daughters and escape, returning with the might of an angry supporting army. With a story packed full of bloodybattles, fierce fighting and brutal military tactics, Boudica is an iconic figure of war and womanhood, whose legendary life story still resonates today.

Blue Sky Freedom
South Africa, 1975 – Victoria’s childhood friend Maswe has been badly beaten up and he needs somewhere to hide. Victoria agrees to help him, but soon the police are asking questions and searching her house. What has Maswe done? As Victoria’s feeling for Maswe deepen, she makes a dangerous journey to deliver a vital message, risking her own life to keep his safe. But apartheid is tightening its brutal grip on the country and Maswe doesn’t want to hide for ever …
A story of love, loss and courage set against the backdrop of apartheid-torn South Africa.
Sensitive and exciting’ – Telegraph
World Rights: Macmillan Children’s Books

The Red Dress
It was like looking into the crimson depths of a giant poppy. Rifke slipped the dress over her head and darted a glance at Ma. Her mouth was set in a straight line.
The argument over the red dress is the final straw for fourteen-year-old Rifke. Fed up with stuffy Johannesburg and her crabby, difficult mother, she recklessly boards a train out of town. But her fantasy escape doesn’t go exactly to plan and suddenly she is stuck in the middle of nowhere, with no train home for thirty days. Set in 1944 in the sweltering South African wilderness, this is a powerful coming-of-age story about family and first love.
World Rights: Macmillan Children’s Books

Other Titles, published by A&C Black
The Golem

Gaby Halberstam is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

Emma Barnes

Emma Barnes

Emma was born and raised in Edinburgh, spending hours making up stories for her younger sister. Her first writing success as an adult was when she won a short story competition – the prize was a pair of shoes. Nowadays she wears them for school visits, where her aim is always to spark children’s imaginations and create a passion for writing and stories.
Twitter: @EmmaBarnesWrite

Books by Emma Barnes

Emma Barnes - Chloe's Secret Fairy Godmother Club
Chloe’s Secret Fairy Godmother Club

Expected publication: July 2017 by Scholastic

Eliza’s not sure about the news that she is going to be a big sister, but when her friends Chloe and Aisha say that they can practise by becoming fairy godmothers, a new club is born: The Secret Fairy Godmother Club. But the three friends soon find out that being a fairy godmother isn’t easy, especially when their homemade love potion goes wrong and their magical makeover doesn’t turn out quite so magical after all. Can the Club fix everything in time before the new baby arrives?

Emma Barnes - Chloe's Secret Princess Club
Chloe’s Secret Princess Club

Published September 2016 by Scholastic

Chloe never means to get into trouble but sometimes her plans get a little out of control. With her two best friends, she forms a Secret Club dedicated to making their dreams come true – but fantasy and reality don’t always mix!

Wild Thing - Emma Barnes
Wild Thing
She’s a demon child She’s not meek and mild She’s wild! Kate has a problem. It’s called Wild Thing. Wild Thing is Kate’s little sister. Kate’s tried to get her rid of her, but the problem is no-one else would have her. When Wild Thing’s not getting things stuck up her nose, she’s biting people’s bottoms and scaring the neighbours. All in all, she’s a pain in the bum – quite literally. So when it’s time for Wild Thing to start school, Kate is understandably nervous – especially when Wild Thing comes downstairs dressed in her favourite Rock Chick outfit (complete with wig…). On her first day at school Wild Thing: refuses to sit down, plays air guitar while the other children are singing sweetly, and chops her hair off in Arts and Crafts. She’s so wild she even gets into the local newspaper!
Scholastic, 2014, World

Wild Thing Gets A Dog - Emma Barnes
Wild Thing Gets A Dog
She’s a demon child She’s not meek and mild She’s wild! Wild Thing and Kate want a dog. So when Dad’s friend, Wes, goes on tour in America with his band, Wild Thing volunteers to look after his trusty Hound Dog. But if there’s anything that can make Wild Thing even more noisy, messy, mischievous and downright wild, it’s Hound Dog. When Wild Thing starts walking on all fours, barking at the neighbour’s cat, and refusing to eat ‘human’ food, Dad knows that things have got completely out of hand. But then he’s invited to join the band in the US, and it’s up to Gran to try and discipline Wild Thing and Hound Dog. Kate’s too busy rehearsing for the Talent Show. What she doesn’t realise is that Wild Thing and Hound Dog have been preparing a special performance of their own…
Scholastic, 2014, World

The Girl from Hard Times Hill - Emma Barnes
The Girl From Hard Times Hill
When Megan’s father finally returns from Occupied Germany in the years following World War II, she should be pleased – shouldn’t she? But she hardly knows her father, and his arrival means moving out of Nana’s house into the city. Megan hates the changes to her life, yet when she has the opportunity to be the first member of her working-class family to go to Grammar School, it is her dad who is behind her all the way. Can Megan adapt to her new life, and take advantage of a changing Britain?
A & C Black, 2014, World


Jessica Haggerthwaite: Witch Dispatcher

This was first published in 2001 to great critical acclaim.  It has now been reissued with new illustrations from the award-winning Emma Chichester Clark.

Rights: Strident


How (Not) to Make Bad Children Good

Ever since she bit Santa when she was six months old, it’s been downhill all the way for Martha. Far away from earth, her behaviour comes to the attention of the Interstellar Agency, whose aim is to make bad children good, but Martha has other ideas…

Rights: Strident



Lucie has always longed for a dog.  But not one this big.  Or with such sharp teeth.  Or with such a hungry look in its eyes.  Lucie realise her new pet is not a dog … but a wolf, and a wolf with magic powers.

Rights: Strident

Thoroughly recommended. Funny, clever and very satisfying.” Books for Keeps

A lovely book” – The Bookbag

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Emma Barnes is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

Christopher Edge

Christopher Edge

Twitter:  @edgechristopher

Christopher grew up in Manchester and before becoming an author worked as an English teacher and publisher – any job that let him keep a book close to hand. When not writing, he also works as a freelance education consultant and publisher. Christopher has also written publications about encouraging children to read.

“Christopher Edge really knows how to get boys reading.”
Gerry Swain, National Strategies, Programme Director – Secondary English


Books by Christopher Edge

The Jamie Drake Equation
Chrstopher Edge - The Jamie Drake Equation
Published March 2017 by Nosy Crow

Jamie’s dad is an astronaut. This is a good thing – because how cool is that? And a bad thing – because he’s going to be orbiting the Earth for several months and Jamie already misses him badly. Doing his homework at the observation lab one night, Jamie inadvertently picks up a weird signal on his mobile phone. Could it be from an alien civilisation with a message for humankind, a message that Jamie has to get to his father before it’s too late? But how do you rescue an astronaut without heading into space yourself?




How To Be A Young #Writer

Christopher Edge - How To Be A Young #Writer

Published January 2017 by Oxford University Press

This is an authoritative book from the word experts at Oxford to get budding writers crafting brilliant stories. It will help you think about how to develop an idea into a gripping and powerful story, with examples and tips from the best known authors to show you how it’s done. For children aged 11 and over, it covers all the key elements of plot, characterization, building a believable world, thinking about tone and style, weaving description into stories, through to endings and editing your work. Practical tips will get any struggling writer to beat the fear of the blank page and inspirational advice will help young authors to achieve their creative writing goals. It includes information on sharing stories and how to get people reading your work.



Christopher Edge - The Many Worlds of Albie Bright


The Many Worlds of Albie Bright

When Albie’s mum dies, it’s natural he should ask where she’s gone. His parents are both scientists and they usually have all the answers. Dad mutters something about quantum physics and parallel universes, so Albie gets a box, a laptop and a rotting banana, and sends himself through time and space in search of his mum.

Shortlisted for the Teach Primary New Children’s Fiction Award 2016

Published by Nosy Crow, 2016



How to Write Your Best Story Ever

Christopher Edge - How to Write Your Best Story Ever

Published May 2015 by Oxford University Press

This is a humorous and authoritative book that will awaken the author in every child, unlocking their story ideas and giving them hints and tips to create their own stories. For children aged 13 and under, this book is written in a fun, engaging, and inspirational style that will help all readers to see themselves as writers and help them to achieve their creative writing goals. It is ideal for home and schools, primary and lower secondary. The book is authoritative, linked to curriculum requirements, but not intimidating. From how to write for your audience or for a specific purpose, how to overcome writer’s block and how to write in different genres, to what words to use to best effect, this book gives children the tools they need to make writing an enjoyable experience. It is filled with tips on how to use wonderful and weird words, invent new words, and write powerful sentences using metaphors, similes, and idioms. Children will soon be creating stories that will stay with their writers and readers forever.


Christopher Edge - Twelve Minutes  Christopher Edge - Shadow of the Silver Screen  Christopher Edge - The Black Crow Conspiracy

The Penny Dreadful Mysteries
Book One: Twelve Minutes to Midnight
Book Two: Shadows of the Silver Screen
Book Three: The Black Crow Conspiracy

A three-book series for fans of Philip Reeve and Anthony Horowitz. Penelope Treadwell is the feisty thirteen-year-old orphan heiress of the bestselling magazine, The Penny Dreadful. Her masterly tales of the macabre are gripping Victorian Britain, even if no one knows she’s the real author. She, along with her uncle, her best friend Alfie, and the somewhat questionable actor Monty Maples must take on a variety of devilish plots and villainous adversaries in the course of this action-packed trilogy.

Books in the series have been shortlisted for; the Young Quills Award for Historical Fiction, the Phoenix Book Award, the Northern Ireland Book Award, the Dudley Teen Book Award, and the Redbridge Children’s Book Award.

Twelve Minutes to Midnight was also the winner of the Stockport Schools’ Book Award, and selected by the International Youth Library for The White Ravens 2013.

Published by Nosy Crow; 2012, 2013, 2014.

Christopher Edge - How to be a Hero

How to be a Hero
A stunning gift/information book for readers who love adventure.

An invaluable guide for any budding hero heading on a quest into fantastic lands. Mixing practical how-to information and advice drawing on folklore and fairy tales. Learn how to cross a troll bridge, how to slay a dragon and many other useful skills.

The Templar Company, 2012, World


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The Dead Ways

Book One: The Dead Ways
Book Two: Army of the Dead

The Government has a plan to clean up the environment – closing down motorways and returning the roads to nature. When Scott Williams’ father is found dead in his government office, Scott resolves to find out the truth behind his death. What he uncovers is a far-reaching and sinister conspiracy to open ancient lines of power sealing this world from the next. As the roads close, the dead will wake. Soon Scott is thrust headlong into a deadly race against time. It’ll be the end of the world if he loses. A chilling supernatural thriller, written in a fast-paced cinematic style, which will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Published by Catnip; 2011, 2012.



How to Make Money

Published April 2012 by Scholastic

Find out how to make a million – and then multiply it. This book is the ultimate guide to becoming an entrepreneur. It is packed with money-making tips including how to make and sell apps, how to bargain at a market, and how to start a record label.





A teenage Spooks for the digital generation, i-SSASSINS is a gripping action-packed adventure.

Publisher: Heinemann (educational rights only)
All other rights: JBA






Santa’s Christmas Handbook
A humorous novelty title for readers aged 6+ – a helpful handbook for a rather hopeless Santa, written by his elves.

Published by Templar Publishing, 2011



Christopher Edge is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

Carey Morning

Carey was born in New York and now lives in Edinburgh, a city she loves for its medieval beauty, greenery, cycle-ability and occasional volcano. She has a background in the theatre and healing arts and has been a practicing psychotherapist for the past twenty years.

Books by Carey Morning

The Shepherd Girl of BethlehemThe Shepherd Girl of Bethlehem

An original and touching re-telling of the Christmas story.

Publication: Lion Hudson

Carey Morning is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –

Annemarie Allan

Annemarie Allan

Annemarie has been a teacher and a librarian, and worked as a freelance researcher for local history projects. She grew up in Edinburgh but spent many years in London, mostly trying to get back to Scotland, where she now lives in a small town on the Firth of Forth.

Books by Annemarie Allan



Ellen repeats a rhyme and calls up an ancient being with the ability to shapeshift and the power to destroy.  She must now pitch her wits against primeval magic.

Rights: Floris



Professor Macblain has stolen the one thing that can save the Firth of Forth from environmental catastrophe. A madcap adventure unfolds.

Rights: Floris



A prize-winning story of a disturbing encounter at the Institute of Animal Research which thrusts Robbie into a perilous journey through the inhospitable landscape of a Highland winter.

Rights: Floris

Annemarie Allan is represented at Jenny Brown Associates by Lucy –