- Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster, and Government Witness
In addition to poring through newspaper archives, Griffin interviewed various sheriffs, attorneys, agents and detectives, while primarily relying on information from retired FBI agent Arnoldy and what Pileggi calls the “phenomenal” memory of Cullotta himself.
- Armed and Dangerous: The Hunt for One of America's Most Wanted Criminals
The passing references to the toll the agent's hard-charging style took on his marriage could have been better developed.
- Final Target
Agent: Anne Hawkins, John Hawkins and Associates.
Agent: Alexandra Machinist, ICM.
- Amanda Panda Quits Kindergarten
Author’s agent: Victoria Wells Arms, Wells Arms Literary.
- Tomorrow's Kin: Book 1 of the Yesterday's Kin Trilogy
Agent: Eleanor Wood, Spectrum Literary.
- Another Way to Climb a Tree
Author’s agent: Erin Murphy, Erin Murphy Literary.
- Last Girl Gone: A Laura Chambers Mystery
Agent: Alice Martell, Martell Agency.
- Hope Never Dies: An Obama/Biden Mystery
Agent: Brandy Bowles, United Talent Agency.
- The Orpheus Deception
Readers hungry for sex, bloody action and flag-waving patriotism will best appreciate this sequel to Stone's debut, The Echelon Vendetta , which likewise starred CIA agent Micah Dalton.
., leaves two agents dead in Schorr's uneven follow-up to Borderline (2006), agent Louise Parker takes the blame.
- Kill for Me
Hot on their trail are the Georgia Bureau of Investigation’s special agent Daniel Vartanian; his partner, special agent Luke Papadopoulos; and his long-suffering sister, Susannah Vartanian, a New York City ADA.
- Where the Money Went: Stories
In “No Place in the World for You,” the volume's most memorable entry, a real estate agent and his harried wife cope with a bite-happy child while the agent's clients deal with their own marital drama.
- Thrill Me To Death
Max is a member of the Bullet Catchers, an elite team of bodyguards made up of former government agents.
- The Enemy Within: A History of Espionage
He discusses the role of intelligence collecting in creating and sustaining the Persian, Roman and Mongol empires, offering Judas as an early example of a double agent.