• The Aftermath by Rhidian Brook is Waterstones' Book of the Month for July and was their no.1 bestseller in its first week of publication.
  • James Hamilton's A Strange Business: Making Art and Money in the 19th Century (Atlantic) topped the review charts: 'Wonderful... a strange gallimaufry of a book but an entirely joyous one.' Lynn Barber in The Sunday Times.
  • 'This beautifully constructed book grabs the attention from the first page... clever, broad-minded and fun, Psy-Q is not in the least trivial' Sunday Times.
  • Tim Harford's latest book The Undercover Economist Strikes Back is just out in paperback.  'Every Tim Harford book is a cause for celebration' Malcolm Gladwell.
  • Infinite Sky by C J Flood has won the 2014 Branford Boase Award for a first novel. Simon and Schuster have just released the paperback in a beautiful new cover.
  • Published by Quercus, Children of War is the seventh novel in Martin Walker’s popular Bruno, Chief of Police series set in the Perigord region of France.
  • 'The fabulous Mary Berry '(Marie Claire magazine) is still in the bestseller charts with Mary Berry Cooks, now joined by Cook Now, Eat Later and Simple Cakes. And Bake Off is back.
  • Remaking a Garden – The Laskett Transformed by Roy Strong is published by Frances Lincoln. Already a famous garden, this dazzlingly beautiful book is unique in that it involves all the different workpeople who came together to achieve this extraordinary transformation.
  • Lauren St John’s girl detective Laura Marlin is in good company with Sherlock and Poirot on the City Trail for National Literacy Trust Books about Town’s BookBenches. Laura’s latest adventure, Rendevous in Russia has just been published in paperback.
  • Night Heron by Adam Brookes is debut thriller of the month in the Sunday Times and TV rights have been optioned to BBC Wales Drama 'Brookes arrives as a fully formed talent, with a complete mastery of the genre' Daily Express.
  • The Year of the Rat by Clare Furniss 'outstanding … will cut you to the core' Sun ✭✭✭✭✭
Felicity Bryan team


Felicity Bryan Associates is an independent literary agency based in Oxford. Our client list includes prize-winning and bestselling authors in adult and children’s fiction, and non-fiction. We sell UK and international rights for our clients, and work with a network of carefully chosen co-agents in foreign markets, and in film and television. We invest our time and shared expertise in finding and nurturing new talent, and in working closely with our authors to develop their careers over the long term.

The agency was founded in 1988 by Felicity Bryan, previously a director at Curtis Brown. It represents over 200 authors and has four full-time agents, and one associate agent.