- A First from Tan: Nonfiction
., Canada and open market from Coast agent Sandy Dijsktra.
- Tale of Two Jennifers
"We're anxious to sew her up," said Enderlin, who made the deal, for U.S. and Canadian rights with agent Meg Ruley at Jane Rotrosen.
- Singer's Story for Broadway
He agreed, and it was later signed with him and with Powers's agent, Sarah Lazin.
- Bourne Again
Lustbader, who has written more than 20 international bestselling thrillers, was a good friend of Ludlum; the two shared the same agent and accountant and were mutual fans.
- PW: Playing with a Planet
Agents representing Bear were Richard Curtis in New York and Brian Lipson of Renaissance in Los Angeles.Back To News ---> Search | Bestsellers |
- Trent Lott Remembers
Judith Regan made the world rights deal with agent Flip Brophy at Sterling Lord Literistic and will publish next fall.
- Old Partnership for Sidney
The U.S. rights deal was worked out by the companies' chief execs, Michael Morrison and Larry Kirshbaum, with agent Mort Janklow, and the fruits of their joint efforts will be a new thriller called Are You Afraid of the Dark?
- A New Look at Bill
She bought North American rights from agent Andrew Wylie, for publication in 2004.
- The Book on Blair
Kot bought North American rights from British agent Felicity Bryan and plans to publish next January.
- Job Moves: December 14, 2011
Rebecca Carter is to leave Random House to join Janklow & Nesbit’s London office as a literary agent.
- Comings and Goings: February 3, 2012
Kristina Holmes is leaving her position as an agent at Ebeling & Associates Literary Agency after six years to move forward with her new agency, The Holmes Agency.
- A Hefty History of Christianity
It's to be called Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years, and Michael Millman bought it here from U.K. agent Felicity Bryan for North American rights.
- Ellen Came Out -- But Will Her Book?
Agent Mort Janklow is now shopping the book, with Morrow's Rob Weisbach (who signed up Ellen's first, My Point...
- A Sequel from Rosenberg
It was a North American rights deal for seven figures, based on a detailed proposal by Rosenberg, and bought from agent Scott Miller at Trident Media Group.
- Carrying on the Burke Franchise
Barth bought world rights, excluding British, from Alafair's father's agent, Phil Spitzer.