- The Blood of Heaven
Agent: Gail Hochman, Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents.
- Rock, Paper, Scissors: A Novel of Political Intrigue
As a young child, Sarah Peterson saw her CIA agent father shot dead.
- Dead Men Living
He masterminds the survival strategies for the trio of agents, using the media and old spy tricks to toy with the puppet masters.
- Lord of Publishing: A Memoir
Agent: Peter Matson, Sterling Lord Literistic.
- Haywire: A Novel of Suspense
Doug demands and takes his payment, but in Miami he and Karen are held by DEA agents and separated from their son.
- The Acolyte
Newly minted agent Greer Whitaker, 28, is assigned to spy on Randall Jenkins, the president's closest friend and advisor, as part of a sanctioned CIA operation to nail Jenkins as a foreign mole.
- The Words I Never Wrote
Agent: Caradoc King, United Agents.
- Atomic Love
Agent: Susanna Einstein, Einstein Literary Management (Aug.)
- Hot Shot
He's in no shape to turn down his agent's latest project: co-writing the memoirs of a hooker who had an affair with a dead and discredited TV star named Dick Mann.
- Bird Lives!
Agent, Philip J.
- Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market: 800+ Editors and Art Directors Who Want Your Work
Interesting tidbits include a fun but informative quiz that tests a writer's professionalism, written by agents Robert Brown and Sharene Martin, who believe that everyone wants to be a children's writer (maybe even the president).
- Hemingways Notebook
Michel, where rebels in the hills fight the government and where another former agent, Col.
- Friends, Russians, and Countrymen
There's a possibility that Matthews, seriously involved with beautiful ex-agent Kate, may hit burn-out before he gets his man.
- The Claws of the Gryphon
At the same time in Berlin, a young British agent, the mistress of an SS officer, hears pieces of the kidnapping plot and passes her suspicions along to Bletchly Park in England.
- The Master Spy: The Story of Kim Philby
Knightley ( The Second Oldest Profession ) obtained a series of remarkably frank interviews with Kim Philby not long before his death last year, and from them has written an intimate portrait of the man widely regarded as the most successful penetration agent in the history of espionage.