- 36 YALTA BOULEVARD
Agent, Matt Williams at the Gernert Company.
- CROSS CURRENT
Agent, Judith Weber. 5-city author tour.
- The Killing Hills
In the process, they find themselves pitted against coal tycoon Murvil Knox; a meddling agent FBI agent who fingers an obvious patsy in disturbed outsider Tanner Curtis; roughneck brothers Bobby and Billy; and a pair of bumbling henchmen sent by arch-criminal Charley Flowers.
It’s in the 1970s that agents return and insist that she get back in the game as a double agent, and she realizes there’s no exit.
- MAKE YOUR CREATIVE DREAMS REAL
Agent, Debra Goldstein .
- Rising Phoenix
Still, as the son of a former FBI agent and director of Interpol (Clancy calls Mills pere an "old friend"), he knows how to flesh out an original premise with absorbing descriptions of FBI work.
- Charlie's Apprentice: A Charlie Muffin Mystery
British spy Charlie Muffin, the wonderfully unorthodox hero of several seriocomic adventures by Freemantle, has been put into semiretirement, reduced by his new superiors to training fledgling agents.
- HOUR GAME
Agent, Aaron Priest.
- DANGEROUS COMPANY: Dark Tales from Tinseltown
In the longest entry, "The Ghostwriter," a young female William Morris agent learns that the new screenplay by her up-and-coming writer was in fact penned by his arrogant father, who plans to use the son as his face for youth-obsessed Hollywood; the agent decides to endorse
- 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.
- Missing from the Record
Ten years later, no longer an agent, she disappears, leaving a bland, uninformative note for her husband, Tom Cartwright.
- Cry Dance
While Parker is in Carson City to interrogate the gaming syndicate's lawyer, Parker's old enemy, FBI agent Burk Hagiman, defies Parker's judgment and sends Anna undercover to work as a dealer at a backwater casino, where, of course, she encounters danger.
- Undue Risk
Agent, Betsy Amster; 3-city author tour.
- The Forest for the Trees: An Editor's Advice to Writers
Lerner candidly draws on her experience working both sides of the fence, as poet and teacher of writing workshops as well as editor and agent.
- THE WAKE-UP
Agent, Mary Evans.