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Ms. Florence Rees

A.M. Heath & Co. Ltd

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Florence Rees

A.M. Heath & Co. Ltd

6 Warwick Court, Holborn
London, UK WC1R 5DJ
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General Fiction


General Non-Fiction
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02/08/2023 09:18 AM
Presume am rejected by all the agents, only queried one but there was another on my list, as generic rejection form says 'our agents'. Unsigned except for company name.
03/31/2022 11:29 AM
FQ: 2/17/22
FR: 3/28/22

adult SFF, 99,817k
03/22/2022 10:43 AM
Queried 3/2/22
Received response 3/22/22

Polite rejection. 52k nonfiction narrative.
05/13/2021 02:43 PM
EQ 5/13/21
107K Literary Fiction
Used online form, query, synopsis, 10K words
05/03/2021 06:59 PM
I'm looking for an agent interested in speculative fiction/alternate history/dystopia
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