- Agent X
In the course of a long and convoluted plot, Boyd, a former FBI agent, offers little about the inner workings of the agency or its investigative techniques.
- The German Agent
Agent: John Talbot, Talbot Fortune Agency.
- Free Agent
In Nigeria, KGB agent Vladimir Slavin has asked the British for asylum, offering in trade the name of a Soviet mole lodged in the upper echelons of the Secret Service.
- Change Agent
Agent: Rafe Sagalyn, ICM.
- Agents of Innocence
Basically, this is an account of CIA agent Tom Rogers's recruitment of Jamal Ramlawi, a high official of Al Fatah.
- The Last Agent
Agent: Meg Ruley, Jane Rotrosen Agency.
- The Risk Agent
As one of the two leads of this contemporary suspense novel set in China is female forensic accountant (and, conveniently, former Chinese intelligence agent) Grace Chu, narrator Todd Haberkorn must create a compelling and believable woman's voice.
- Agents of Dreamland
The Signalman, a lone government agent who is haunted by past events, encounters a cult leader who has amassed forces on the shores of the Salton Sea, waiting for a Lovecraftian second coming.
- Agent 6
Spanning decades, the ambitious final volume of Thriller Award–winner Smith’s trilogy set in the Soviet Union (after 2009’s The Secret Speech and 2008’s Child 44) takes former KGB agent Leo Demidov from Moscow to Manhattan via a gripping, relentless whodunit plot.
- Free Agent
Marissa Locks goes into magical debt slavery to save her sister’s life, becoming an agent for a powerful fairy named Grimm, who appears through mirrors and other reflective objects.
- The Agent Runner
In this hard-nosed thriller from Steel Dagger Award–winner Conway (A Loyal Spy), a British agent tries to redeem himself after a professional miscalculation.
- Agent in Place
Agent: Scott Miller, Trident Media Group.
- Lethal Agent
Agent: Simon Lipskar, Writers House.
- The Counterfeit Agent
Agent: Heather Schroder, ICM.
- The King's Agent
Agent: Irene Kraas, the Kraas Literary Agency.