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  • Agent of Judgment
    Agent, Don Gastwirth.
    09/04/2000
  • AGENT ORANGE
    In combining e-book and audiobook features, AV Books offers a product that will allow readers, and listeners, to experience the written word in a different manner.
    11/01/2004
  • Agent 6
    In his third and final novel featuring Russian policeman Leo Demidov, Smith covers three decades in his protagonist’s life, beginning in Stalinist Russia in 1950 when Demidov meets his soon-to-be-wife, Raisa.
    03/26/2012
  • Agent of Influence
    Readers able to shoulder the technical Wall Street details that overburden this thriller set in the cut-throat world of investment banking will enjoy its bristling view of the mercenary side of moneymaking.
    02/01/1989
  • Change Agents
    Nickles (Hype), a strategic brand and marketing consultant, offers an overview of today's employees, focusing on younger workers.
    10/01/2001
  • Agents of Darkness
    A darkened street is ``razored by flashing lights'' and a killer has learned the ``delicate beauty of patience'' in this handsomely crafted espionage tale, likely to be another winner for the bestselling Armstrong ( Mambo ; Jig ).
    01/01/1991
  • THE SECRET AGENT
    Mathews, writing as Stephanie Barron, has had considerable success splicing mystery plots with the real-life story of novelist Jane Austen.
    05/20/2002
  • An Unlikely Agent
    Margaret Trant, the heroine of Menczer’s pallid debut set in 1905, has worked for years as a secretary for a small London export firm run by Horace Plimpson, a friend of her late father.
    01/07/2019
  • Agent of Chaos
    Before Spinrad made his name with Bug Jack Barron, his rude, energetic fourth novel, his earliest work had passed without much notice.
    01/01/1988
  • Guide to Literary Agents
    An agent specialties index ensures that aspiring John Grishams don't waste their time sending manuscripts to an agent who focuses on historical nonfiction.
    11/01/2002
  • Literary Agents: A Writer's Introduction
    Agent, Jean Naggar.
    05/03/1999
  • Howie Bowles, Secret Agent
    When, after the first day, the boy has trouble making friends, he adopts the identity of Secret Agent Bean Burger (so named for his favorite dinner menu) and things improve.
    10/04/1999
  • Milo Speck, Accidental Agent
    Author’s agent: Jennifer Laughran, Andrea Brown Literary Agency.
    06/01/2015
  • Dark Currents: Agent of Hel
    Agent: Jane Dystel, Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
    07/09/2012
  • Agent Running in the Field
    Agent: Jonny Geller, Curtis Brown.
    09/02/2019

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