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  • Stations of the Tide
    In this highly readable, futuristic detective novel, a bureaucrat/agent tracks a bush wizard who appears to be using a restricted brand of high technology to work his magic.
    03/02/1992
  • Pop Princess
    Wonder Blake finds herself living every teenager's dream scenario: while singing along to her Walkman during her shift at the Dairy Queen, she is discovered by a big-time agent.
    10/24/2005
  • The Edge
    To catch a murderer, an undercover agent for the British Jockey Club poses as a waiter on the ``Great Transcontinental Mystery Race Train.''
    01/01/1990
  • Days of Drums
    In this fast and furious--but overly calculated--thriller, a female Secret Service agent is set up to take the fall for the assassination of a powerful senator.
    01/01/1996
  • The Dragon's Eye
    After his superior is wounded during a secessionist attack, Tanner, cosmetically altered to look Chinese, embarks on a dangerous mission: with the help of Japanese agent Jay Hamakawa, he must find an important undercover agent who has stopped responding to the Bureau's messages.
    05/03/1999
  • THE CONFUSION: Volume Two of the Baroque Cycle
    Agent, Liz Darhansoff at Darhansoff, Verrill, Feldman Literary Agents .
    03/29/2004
  • FLASHPOINT
    Agent, Steve Axelrod. 125,o00 first printing.
    04/05/2004
  • THE FACE OF THE ASSASSIN
    Agent, Aaron Priest Literary Agency.
    03/15/2004
  • MOB NEMESIS: How the FBI Crippled Organized Crime
    Initially rejected as too "immature" for special agent training (he was given a job as a clerk), Griffin was eventually accepted and soon developed an appetite for crime fighting.
    12/24/2001
  • WORLD WITHOUT END
    Agent, Pam Bernstein.
    10/15/2001
  • COLD TACTICS
    British SIS agent James MacKay is jolted by a press photo of newly elected U.S.
    05/07/2001
  • Operation Fantasy Plan
    Shadowed by a seductive agent as he makes his way back to Southeast Asia, Gilboy discovers an old friend from his salad days with the Company in charge of the program.
    06/30/1997
  • SABOTEURS: The Nazi Raid on America
    The early background chapters concerning the recruitment and training of the German agents can be slow going, but once the story reaches the open seas, the landing of the agents on the shores of Long Island and Florida, and their movements within the U.S., it will captivate readers
    01/19/2004
  • Slo-Mo!: My Untrue Story
    Discovered by a crafty Roto-Rooter man who becomes his agent, Slo Mo is tricked into the NBA draft.
    10/04/1999
  • Black Mass: The Irish Mob, the FBI, and a Devil's Deal
    Here O'Neill and Lehr (Pulitzer winner and Pulitzer finalist, respectively, and coauthors of The Underboss: The Rise and Fall of a Mafia Family) maintain that overzealous FBI Agent John Connolly, who was Whitey's handler, and Agent John Morris, Flemmi's handler, "coddled,
    07/31/2000

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