- What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
Agent: Mitch Douglas, Mitch Douglas Literary and Theatrical.
- A Nasty Piece of Work
Agent: Ed Victor, Ed Victor Ltd.
Agent: Lukas Ortiz, Philip Spitzer Literary Agency.
- Because I’m Your Dad
Illustrator’s agent: Jodi Reamer, Writers House.
- Trouble in Mind: The Collected Stories, Volume 3
Agent: Deborah Schneider, Gelfman Schneider Literary Agents.
- Bad Bye, Good Bye
Illustrator’s agent: Anna Webman, Curtis Brown.
- The Argentine Triangle: A Craig Page Thriller
Agent: Pam Ahearn, Ahearn Agency.
- Hour of the Cat
Agent, Robin Straus Agency.
- The Reckoning: The Murder of Christopher Marlowe
One of the three men with Marlowe the day he died, Nicholas Skeres, was a servant of Devereux; another, Robert Poley, was a government agent who earlier had played a major role in a covert operation to entrap and eliminate the imprisoned Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots.
- The Lion (unabr.)
Scott Brick, narrator of 2000’s The Lion’s Game, has wisely been brought back to give voice to this sequel in which the titular master assassin Asad Khalil returns to the U.S. to murder everyone who ruined his fun the first time around, including wisecracking hard-boiled federal agent John
- The Voice
He's immediately catapulted into mysterious events that will span the globe, which involve FBI agent Lisa Harmon, an Islamic terrorist cell, the Mossad, and some Catholic priests.
- Bird Lives!
Agent, Philip J.
After Jacey wins Generation Next, an American Idol-like TV competition for actors, her agent pressures her to move to California to promote her upcoming film and establish herself as a new star.
- The Cinch
Better still, ask Frank Thorne, the federal agent stringing Sonny along on behalf of Operation Clothesline.
- A Rag, Bone and Hank of Hair
Agent, Desmond Elliott.