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Avoid the spike with Thistle

Thistle Publishing is a successful London-based imprint run by literary agents David Haviland and Andre Lownie.

‘We publish a full range of commercial fiction and non-fiction,’ said David. ‘Two of our biggest books this year were Cabin Fever by Mandy Smith – the scandalous memoirs of a Virgin air hostess, and The Art of Letting Go by Chloe Banks – a wonderfully atmospheric and mysterious debut novel. Both books have recently been shortlisted for The People’s Book Prize, and both were bestsellers. We also have high hopes for David McGrath’s scintillating debut novel Rickshaw, which uncovers the fascinating demi-monde of Soho rickshaw drivers.’

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