- Marked Man: A Joe Gunther Novel
Agent: Molly Friedrich, Friedrich Agency.
- Enemy at the Gates, 20
Agent: Simon Lipskar, Writers House.
- Panic Attack
Agent: Ken Atchity, Atchity Entertainment.
- Shelf Life: Chronicles of a Cairo Bookseller
Agent: Caroline Dawnay, United Agents.
- A Play for the End of the World
Agent: Julie Stevenson, Massie & McQuilkin Literary Agents.
- Donut Fall in Love
Agent: Courtney Miller-Callihan, Handspun Literary.
- The Wisdom of Crowds
Agent: Robert Kirby, United Agents.
- Love and Other Thought Experiments
Agent: Laura Macdougall, United Agents.
- Ice Angel: An Alex Turner Novel
Agent: Michael Carlisle, InkWell Management.
- Twisty-Turny House
Illustrator’s agent: Lori Nowicki, Painted Words.
- Bird Lives!
Agent, Philip J.
- A Rag, Bone and Hank of Hair
Agent, Desmond Elliott.
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.
- Double Blind
A run-in with Wintersole seals his cover and Henry is recruited to help train the seedy militia being mobilized to lure the F&W agents (supposedly including Lightstone) into a trap.
- Dead South
Sullivan uses these odd ingredients to spoof CIA operations and agents, but her stilted prose and broad characterization weigh down her tale.