Founded in 1997, Coombs Moylett Maclean is a leading international literary agency based in the UK. We represent a wide range of best-selling and award-winning authors and writers. We pride ourselves on discovering and nurturing talented newcomers and taking established writers to a new level of recognition.  

We carefully select our writers, with a focus on outstanding writing and original storytelling. We are interested in commercial and literary fiction; crime and thrillers, women’s, children and young adult fiction. And in non-fiction, we are interested in politics, history, current affairs, biography and self-help. Please see our submission guidelines for further details.

We work in association with a number of international agencies and scouts, and handle translation, US, film and TV sales for all our clients.

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The Syndicate

Gangs of London meets Kimberley Chambers in this gripping thriller of betrayal and survival in a world where one mistake could cost you everything. 



Our Authors

Sara Alexander

Sara Alexander is a British-Sardinian actor, author and musician, born and bred in North West Lon...

Jonny Dymond

Jonny Dymond is Royal Correspondent for the BBC, where he also presents a number of radio news an...

Ian Dunt

Ian Dunt specialises in issues around immigration, civil liberties, democracy, free speech and so...

Frankie McGowan

Frankie’s career began on teenage magazines before joining Fleet Street writing features. L...

Chris Stokel-Walker

Chris is a highly sought-after freelance journalist, regularly contributing to the BBC,

Vena Cork

Vena studied at Homerton College, Cambridge and was one of the first female members of the Cambri...

All Our Authors....


Coombs Moylett Maclean Literary Agency sells directly to most territories throughout the world, including the United Kingdom and the United States. We are represented in Germany by the Michael Meller Literary Agency and in Japan and China by Tuttle Mori/Big Apple.
We handle all TV and Film rights.