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  • PW: $450,000 Buys 'Clean Underwear'
    Tracy loved the proposal from Gannett-syndicated small business columnist Rhonda Abrams so much that he made the offer soon after agent Daniel Greenberg, of James Levine Communications Inc., messengered it over.
    02/02/1998
  • Hot Deals: Forsyth in Hollywood
    \t\tThat Frederick Forsyth novel bringing the Phantom of the Opera's story up to date, which agent Ed Victor has been shopping around for a good while, has finally landed in an unlikely spot.
    11/02/1998
  • Perry Mason as First Fiction
    Set in California both now and in the heyday of their characters, the books are described as a hip confluence of Sex in the City and Murder She Wrote, and the deal was made by Coast agent Sandy Dijkstra.
    03/24/2003
  • Elizabeth Cater, 70
    Cater began her career as a children's book agent and editor, then moved into sub rights positions at a number of publishers, some long gone, including Bobbs-Merrill, Liveright, Praeger and Putnam.
    06/14/2004
  • Remembering Marlon
    Englund, who signed for world rights directly with the editor, said, "There has not been a book, I felt, including his autobiography, for which I was the agent, that pictured Marlon as he is.
    07/12/2004
  • In Ann Rule's Backyard
    Hills made his deal, for world rights, first serial and audio, with agents Joan and Joe Foley.
    07/07/2003
  • Bin Laden Title Accelerated
    Senior editor Rachel Klayman, who bought the book, North American rights, from agent Tina Bennett at Janklow & Nesbit, has been working with the author to move the book along and add relevant, up-to-date material.
    09/24/2001
  • Sen. Graham Blasts U.S. Security
    In the course of it he plans to raise questions about the competence and honesty of certain government officials, according to editor-in-chief Jonathan Karp, who signed for world rights with agent Robert Barnett of Washington's Williams & Wilkins.
    06/21/2004
  • Random Buys Two by Fuentes
    Medina took North American hardcover and paperback rights in a collection of personal essays and a novel from agent Carl Brandt, and will publish the first next year.
    07/14/2003
  • Short Takes
    Agent Brian DeFiore made the North American rights sale.
    05/07/2001
  • Mrs. Conroy Signs for #2
    Wells bought world English, serial and audio from agent Marly Rusoff and plans to publish in summer 2004.
    09/30/2002
  • Cussler Writing for Kids
    Green, who signed the author with agent Peter Lampack, said he had long admired Cussler's work, thought his adventure writing made him ideal for the YA market, and felt the book would be in the tradition of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
    01/10/2005
  • Tauber to Lead Chronicle's New Imprint
    "I can hardly wait to jump back in again working with all my agent and industry colleagues to discover, develop, and publish leading, authentic, and enduring authors and projects," said Tauber, previously senior v-p and publisher at HarperOne from 2005-2017, in a statement.Tauber
    09/13/2018
  • Cully Named Publisher at Kensington
    "She’s wonderful with accounts, agents, authors and co-workers.
    09/08/2015
  • Dutton's Other Parker
    Executive editor Audrey LaFehr, who has handled Parker's work through eight outings so far, made the world rights deal for a significant sum to agent Richard Curtis.
    08/20/2001

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