We’re delighted to announce that Deputy Managing Director Claire Bord has acquired World All Language rights to three books in a new detective series from debut author Keshka Baron. The first book, The Therapy Room, introduces us to Susan Parker, an FBI Agent who investigates seemingly impossible crimes while raising her deaf daughter and rebuilding her own life after a devastating personal tragedy.

Keshka said:

‘From Claire’s first response to my novel manuscript and series pitch, I knew she “got” what I was doing. Her track record of publishing amazing thriller authors like Angela Marsons, Robert Bryndza and Gregg Olson speaks for itself. As for Oliver Rhodes and the rest of the Storm Publishing team, I couldn’t ask for a better publisher to bring Susan Parker and her story to the world. I’m over the moon to be making my debut with them!’

Claire Bord commented:

‘Keshka is brilliant at coming up with extremely compelling high-concept thrillers and has paired these with a brilliant detective in Susan Parker. She’s not only a tenacious female detective with a sharp mind but what I particularly love is that we get to see her own personal story play out. I’m excited to be working with Keshka and introducing his addictive series to readers.’

The Therapy Room publishes in February 2024 with books 2 and 3 in the series following in May and August.

To find out more about Kesha, connect with him on Twitter,  Facebook, TikTok and Instagram.


Oliver Rhodes

Storm Managing Director

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