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  • PEOPLE DIE
    Agent, Jonny Gellar.
    03/18/2002
  • Cassidy's Run: The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas
    Army intelligence obtained from ex-Nazi scientists the formulas for lethal agents like sarin.
    02/28/2000
  • Elvis and Nixon
    He sees no reason he can't be an agent for the FBI, too.
    02/01/2001
  • The Practical Writer: From Inspiration to Publication
    In section three ("Building Your Team"), agent Noah Lukeman, writer-cum-editor-cum-agent Betsy Lerner, Authors Guild assistant director Kay Murray and others share insights about finding an agent and negotiating that first book deal.
    03/01/2004
  • Smoke Screen
    Agent, Owen Laster.
    01/04/1999
  • The Blood of Heaven
    Agent: Gail Hochman, Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents.
    03/11/2013
  • MAKE YOUR CREATIVE DREAMS REAL
    Agent, Debra Goldstein .
    04/26/2004
  • 36 YALTA BOULEVARD
    Agent, Matt Williams at the Gernert Company.
    03/28/2005
  • CROSS CURRENT
    Agent, Judith Weber. 5-city author tour.
    10/04/2004
  • Transcription
    It’s in the 1970s that agents return and insist that she get back in the game as a double agent, and she realizes there’s no exit.
    07/02/2018
  • Charlie's Apprentice: A Charlie Muffin Mystery
    British spy Charlie Muffin, the wonderfully unorthodox hero of several seriocomic adventures by Freemantle, has been put into semiretirement, reduced by his new superiors to training fledgling agents.
    05/30/1994
  • Rising Phoenix
    Still, as the son of a former FBI agent and director of Interpol (Clancy calls Mills pere an "old friend"), he knows how to flesh out an original premise with absorbing descriptions of FBI work.
    07/31/1997
  • HOUR GAME
    Agent, Aaron Priest.
    09/20/2004
  • Undue Risk
    Agent, Betsy Amster; 3-city author tour.
    08/30/1999
  • The Forest for the Trees: An Editor's Advice to Writers
    Lerner candidly draws on her experience working both sides of the fence, as poet and teacher of writing workshops as well as editor and agent.
    02/28/2000

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