Four from Black for Cargo

Novelist Tony Black has signed a four-book deal with Scotland’s Cargo Publishing. Helen Sedgwick, joint m.d. of Cargo Publishing, signed world rights to the novels directly from Black. She said: “Tony Black is a writer of enormous skill and depth and we’re absolutely delighted that he’s chosen to join Cargo with his next four books.” The four books will include crime and general fiction. Continue reading at 'The Bookseller'

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