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  • A Debut Middle-Grade Author's Life-Changing Tweet
    On a whim, he decided to pitch his work-in-progress to literary agents through #DVPit, a Twitter hashtag created by agent Beth Phelan to amplify “marginalized voices that have been historically underrepresented in publishing.”
    07/11/2019
  • PW: Hot Deals
    Bruce Tracy made the six-figure North American deal with agent Joanna Pulcini at the Linda Chester agency.
    03/13/2000
  • Book Deals: Week of March 4, 2013
    Agent Byrd Leavell, at Waxman Leavell Literary, brokered the deal.
    03/04/2013
  • Hot Deals
    It was a three-book deal, negotiated by agent Doris S.
    12/18/2000
  • PW: Hot Deals
    -based agents Michael Vidor and Ann Sheldon-Vidor....
    05/15/2000
  • Deals: Week of 4/25/11
    Agent Gail Ross, at Ross & Yoon, represented Corn.
    04/25/2011
  • Norton Signs NBA Nominee to New Deal
    Norton's Jill Bialosky brokered the deal for reprint rights to that title with agent Ryan Fischer-Harbage; Bialosky also acquired Campbell's next book, in a separate deal struck with Campbell's agent Bill Clegg of William Morris Endeavor, taking North American rights to Once upon a Rive
    11/19/2009
  • And Then There Were Ten: A Stokes Moran Mystery
    Kyle Malachi, who, as Stokes Moran, is a syndicated mystery reviewer, is reluctantly drawn into a case of great delicacy by his no-nonsense fiancee, Manhattan literary agent, Lee Holland.
    07/03/1995
  • Betrayal:: The Story of Aldrich Ames, an American Spy
    This New York Times reporting team's taut, riveting, remarkably vivid account of former CIA agent Aldrich Ames's treason, arrest and 1994 conviction as a mole for Moscow reads like a spy thriller.
    05/29/1995
  • The Presidential Archive
    Cass, in Moscow, has surreptitiously been offered evidence that implicates her uncle Nick's brother-in-law, Republican presidential candidate Hal Reynolds, as a highly placed Soviet agent code-named Oracle.
    07/29/1996
  • Know Thine Enemy: A Spys's Journey Into Revolutionary Iran
    Something of a doppelganger for John Le Carre's Smiley, Shirley was a nine-year case officer for the CIA, recruiting and managing Iranian agents.
    04/28/1997
  • Iron Lady: A Biographical Thriller
    Jessica's frantic search for Danny eventually connects her with British agent Trent Stanford, who's leading the search for the IRA agents behind a recent failed attempt on Thatcher's life. but their race to save Thatcher and rescue Danny is buried beneath the rubble of such incomprehensible
    11/01/1999
  • Playing with Cobras
    Sharmar, a former classmate of Shelley's and a ``friend'' of Her Majesty's government, has framed Cass for the killing because the agent has uncovered evidence that the politician is a heroin smuggler.
    05/31/1993
  • Night
    Sevinc, the agent assigned to set him up, becomes his homosexual lover; another agent, Sevim, N's former wife, develops a conscience and turns up dead on the writer's doorstep.
    04/04/1994
  • Spellbinder's Gift
    There, Manning, once an exclusive agent for many of the world's top motivational speakers, decides to come out of retirement.
    10/31/1994

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