- Black Irish
Agent: Scott Waxman, Waxman Leavell Literary.
- Chalberg, Sussman Start Lit Agency
Chalberg, since leaving S&S, has been an agent and foreign rights director at the Susan Golomb agency, while Sussman spent six years as an agent at Zachary Shuster Harmsworth.
- HarperOne Starts Digital-First Fiction Imprint
“We take a lot of manuscripts from agents currently.
- Folio Literary Management Acquires Harold Ober Associates
A spokesperson for Folio said that with the sale, Westberg will be retiring, along with Ober agent Craig Tenney.
- PW: Hot Deals: 'Bastard' Gets Legit Money
Kowalski acquired an agent the modern way: he searched the AOL user bios to find literary agents, and contacted Hawkins via her e-mail address.
- War of Nerves: Chemical Warfare from World War I to Al-Qaeda
In the 1950s and '60s, virtually every major power was developing and testing chemical weapons, and this deadly technology was often granted to client states: Egypt used nerve agents in its 1962 war against Yemen, and Iraq frequently used nerve agents against its Kurds.
- THE GOOD GUYS
Agent, Frank Weimann.
- MY LIFE IN CIA: A Chronicle of 1973
Agent, Maxine Groffsky.
- The Tunnels
Joining the agents on the case is former FBI agent Jake Riley, who now works as head of security for one of the dead girls' fathers.
- Seduction in Session
Agent: for Black, Kimberly Whalen, Trident Media Group; for Blake, Merrilee Heifetz, Writers House.
- Collecting the Dead
Agent: Kimberly Cameron, Kimberly Cameron & Associates.
- The Secret War: Spies, Ciphers, and Guerrillas, 1939-1945
He moves through the large, highly specialized body of knowledge to share the whole story: machines and code books, agents and double agents, deceptions and illusions.
- The Assassin of Verona: A William Shakespeare Novel
Agent: Ivan Mulcahy, MMB Creative (U.K.).
- Dead on the Vine: A Finn Family Farm Mystery
Agent: Sharon Belcastro, Belcastro Agency.
- MUSASHI #9: Vol. 1
The UB swiftly confronts these threats, sending out merciless, coldly efficient agents whose existence is shrouded in shadow and rumor; among them, no agent is as feared as Musashi #9.