- Finding Christmas
Author’s agent: Christa Heschke, McIntosh & Otis.
- She-Wolf and Cub
Saintcrow (the Jill Kismet series) teams up a cyborg agent and a genetically engineered child vampire for a cyberpunk western adventure in this lackluster novel.
- In the Red
This does not go unnoticed by his superiors in London, who in 1952 send him to West Germany to recruit agents in the Cold War.
- Heat Seeker
Agent: Ethan Ellenberg, Ethan Ellenberg Agency.
- Fifty Writers on Fifty Shades of Grey
Agent: Louise Fury, L.
- Murder in the CIA
CIA agent Colette Cahill heads a big cast of intriguers, American and foreign.
- THE POET'S FUNERAL
Clever, blatant and aggressive self-promotion wins Heidi a critic here and an agent there.
- Some Trick: Thirteen Stories
Literary agents come under fire again in “Climbers,” about a group of Americans who seek to publish the work of a reclusive novelist.
- HarperOne Starts Digital-First Fiction Imprint
“We take a lot of manuscripts from agents currently.
- Rich Green Up at ICM
Hillary Jacobson, Heather Karpas, and Zoe Sandler have all been promoted to agent in ICM's publications department in New York.
- Half-Resurrection Blues: A Bone Street Rumba Novel
Agent: Eddie Schneider, Jabberwocky Literary Agency.
- How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth
Illustrator’s agent: Jodie Marsh, United Agents.
- Blind Rage
In Persons's by-the-numbers second novel to feature psychic FBI agent Bernadette Saint Clare (after Blind Spot ), Saint Clare, who's based in St.
- The Black Tulip
The craft of espionage, and the political clout needed to keep afloat in the game, are bared in ex-agent Bearden's promising debut, a valentine to late CIA director Bill Casey set in the late 1980s during the Soviet war in Afghanistan.
- The Armageddon File
Agent: Deborah C.