Agent: Janet Reid, FinePrint Literary Management.
- Without You
Agent: Eve White, Eve White Literary Agent (U.K.).
- Weapon of Vengeance
Agent: Al Zuckerman, Writers House.
- Ghosts of Time
Agent: Michael Kabongo, Onyxhawke Agency.
- Those Rebels, John & Tom
Agent: Writers House.
- The Spy Who Loved Us: The Vietnam War and Pham Xuan An's Dangerous Game
(The author seems a bit credulous: “ith 21 bullets remaining, he killed 21 enemy soldiers,” he writes of another Vietcong agent allegedly surrounded by 700 attackers.)
- The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe
In addition to interviews with everyone from Janet Leigh to Secret Service agents, Taraborrelli read the unpublished notes and interviews of reporters from the 1950s.
- The Mist
Estabrook yearns to kill FBI director John March and special agent Simon Cahill as well as catch the anonymous snitch, hotelier Lizzie Rush, who turned him in.
The action, which takes place mainly in Hong Kong and Shanghai, focuses on Joe Lennox, an SIS undercover agent in China, and an older CIA veteran, Miles Coolidge.
- A Vast and Fiendish Plot: The Confederate Attack on New York City
Johnson (Civil War Blunders ) recounts the attempt by Confederate secret agents to burn down Manhattan on the night of November 25, 1864, using what they called “Greek fire”—an incendiary concoction that ignited spontaneously on contact with air.
Agent, Jimmy Vines .
- A Mankind Witch
When a sacred pagan token disappears and the princess is framed for its theft, the skeptical Cair pursues her out of love while agents of the Empire follow out of duty—into the clutches of the troll mother.
- Perfect Nightmare
Agent, Don Cleary at the Jane Rotrosen Agency .
- The Gourdmother
Agent, Deborah Schneider at Gelfman Schneider.
- Pretty Evil
Agent, Sara Camili.