- The Death Trust
Vincent Cooper, an agent of the U.S.A.F.
- The Pizza Monster
This inaugural title in the Olivia Sharp, Agent for Secrets series is told in the first person by a slightly daffy rich kid.
- Unholy Ground: A Matt Minogue Mystery
But Combs was actually a British agent, and had been barred from England for nearly 40 years as a security risk.
- Sophie Hicks Forms Agency
Well-known U.K. agent Sophie Hicks has hung up her own shingle.
- Continuity for Sedaris, Meltzer
Pietsch bought North American, book club, audio and electronic rights from agent Don Congdon.
- Count Cagliostro Rides Again
The Seven Ordeals of Count Cagliostro was coagented with Mary Cunnane, a former Norton editor now agenting in Australia, and McGuigan reports further such deals in the pipeline.
- Bodyguards in Bed
brilliant Ph.D. student Danusia flees to her brother's empty apartment after her place is burglarized, and finds black-ops agent Maxwell Baker temporarily staying there.
- The Jefferson Key
Justice Department agent Malone, who's been summoned to New York City by his old boss, Stephanie Nelle, manages to thwart an attempt to assassinate the U.S. president outside a midtown Manhattan hotel.
- A Demon Does It Better
Agent: Larsen/Pomada Literary Agents.
- Betty Bunny Wants Everything
Agent: Holly McGhee, Pippin Properties.
- A Secret in Her Kiss
Agent: Kevan Lyon, Marsal Lyon Literary Agency.
- No Longer a Gentleman
Agent: Robin Rue, Writers House.
- Dirty Little Secret
Agent: Claire Conrad, Janklow & Nesbit (U.K.).
- A Conspiracy of Alchemists: Book One in the Chronicles of Light and Shadow
Marsh is the only one who can help her navigate the shadows before they consume her, but whether he is a friend or an enemy agent is unclear.
- Be Glad Your Dad...(Is Not an Octopus!)
Authors’ agent: Rachel Sussman, Chalberg & Sussman.