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  • Shadow Rising
    Agent: Meredith Bernstein, Meredith Bernstein Literary Agency.
    09/24/2012
  • Ratlines
    Agent: Nat Sobel, Sobel Weber Associates.
    11/05/2012
  • Half-Past Dawn
    They discover that Mia has been kidnapped by fellow FBI agents and is being held captive by a crazed assassin, Nowaji Cristos, desperate to get his hands on an evidence case.
    10/03/2011
  • The Inquisitor
    Graphic descriptions of torture coolly administered by Geiger show him to be a decidedly warped character, but he’s also a fascinating piece of work as he copes with the deadly agents determined to recapture Ezra.
    10/24/2011
  • Acid
    Agent: Carolyn Whitaker, London Independent Books.
    01/13/2014
  • The Supermodel and the Brillo Box: Back Stories and Peculiar Economics from the World of Contemporary Art
    Agent: John Pearce, Westwood Creative Artists.
    02/10/2014
  • Phantom Instinct
    Agent: Deborah Schneider, Gelfman Schneider Literary Agents.
    04/07/2014
  • Indefensible
    Agent: Janet Reid, FinePrint Literary Management.
    04/14/2014
  • Without You
    Agent: Eve White, Eve White Literary Agent (U.K.).
    04/28/2014
  • Weapon of Vengeance
    Agent: Al Zuckerman, Writers House.
    04/28/2014
  • Ghosts of Time
    Agent: Michael Kabongo, Onyxhawke Agency.
    05/05/2014
  • Those Rebels, John & Tom
    Agent: Writers House.
    11/14/2011
  • The Spy Who Loved Us: The Vietnam War and Pham Xuan An's Dangerous Game
    (The author seems a bit credulous: “ith 21 bullets remaining, he killed 21 enemy soldiers,” he writes of another Vietcong agent allegedly surrounded by 700 attackers.)
    10/06/2008
  • The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
    In addition to interviews with everyone from Janet Leigh to Secret Service agents, Taraborrelli read the unpublished notes and interviews of reporters from the 1950s.
    04/20/2009
  • The Mist
    Estabrook yearns to kill FBI director John March and special agent Simon Cahill as well as catch the anonymous snitch, hotelier Lizzie Rush, who turned him in.
    05/25/2009

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