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  • The Jefferson Key
    Justice Department agent Malone, who's been summoned to New York City by his old boss, Stephanie Nelle, manages to thwart an attempt to assassinate the U.S. president outside a midtown Manhattan hotel.
    04/25/2011
  • The Teacher's Pet
    Illustrator’s agent: Sean McCarthy, Sean McCarthy Literary.
    05/15/2017
  • How to Get Your Teacher Ready
    Author’s agent: Jamie Weiss Chilton, Andrea Brown Literary.
    05/15/2017
  • The Christmas Cat
    Illustrator’s agent: Shannon Associates.
    09/16/2013
  • Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Betrayal
    Aided by an attractive fellow agent who manages to overcome her distrust of Bourne, he races the clock to uncover the traitor within the intelligence community.
    04/02/2007
  • The Marathon Conspiracy
    Agent: Janet Reid, FinePrint Literary.
    03/03/2014
  • Roc and Roe's Twelve Days of Christmas
    Illustrator’s agent: Steven Malk, Writers House.
    09/15/2014
  • Simon and the Bear: A Hanukkah Tale
    Illustrator’s agent: Michèle Manasse, New Work Illustration.
    09/15/2014
  • The Martini Shot: A Novella and Stories
    Agent: Sloan Harris, ICM.
    11/03/2014
  • When the Wind Blows
    Illustrator’s agent: Justin Rucker, Shannon Associates.
    02/02/2015
  • See Charlie Run
    Charlie wouldn't mind grabbing both agents either.
    06/26/1987
  • N or M?
    As WWII spreads across Europe, Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, former British Intelligence agents and a married couple, are enlisted to uncover Nazi spies at Sans Souci, a hotel in Leahampton.
    03/29/2010
  • Crusade: Undercover Against the Mafia & KGB
    Tripodi retired in 1985 after 27 years as a federal agent.
    03/01/1993
  • Spy Wednesday
    From New York to Vienna to Budapest to Zurich, he evaluates the intelligence and the pseudo-intelligence offered for sale by agents and double agents, defectors and opportunists.
    01/01/1986
  • Blood of the Albatross
    The book opens crisply with the murder of a CIA agent in Germany who has passed information about a mole in the FBI to a courier, a woman agent who must evade capture.
    01/01/1986

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