- MY LIFE IN CIA: A Chronicle of 1973
Agent, Maxine Groffsky.
- War of Nerves: Chemical Warfare from World War I to Al-Qaeda
In the 1950s and '60s, virtually every major power was developing and testing chemical weapons, and this deadly technology was often granted to client states: Egypt used nerve agents in its 1962 war against Yemen, and Iraq frequently used nerve agents against its Kurds.
- A Matter of Honor
Super-agent/assassin Paul Bannerman returns from semi-retirement in suburbia to confront hoodlums exploiting the chaos in post-Soviet Russia.
- The Tunnels
Joining the agents on the case is former FBI agent Jake Riley, who now works as head of security for one of the dead girls' fathers.
- Quiller Barracuda
Like his counterparts James Bond and Matt Helm, Quiller is a secret agent survivor of the '60s.
- TRUE WEST
Lee is a petty thief and hustler, and when Austin's agent stops by to have him sign an agreement for a screenplay, Lee hustles the agent into accepting his own idea instead of Austin's.
- Zig Zag
And it seems that the FBI agents were impostors, too.
FBI Special Agent John isn't going any place special in the Bureauhe is too honest and unpolitical.
The NKVD, aided by double agent Kim Philby, is plotting to grab her.
- The Lesson of 'Lessons'
Enter Chicago-based agent Joseph Durepos, who sought, along with a number of other agents, to take him on.
- The Geneva Trap
Agent: Georgina Capel.
- The Screaming Buddha
Soon a government agent is on his tail.
- A Soldier's Revenge
Agent: Luigi Bonomi, LBA Literary Agency (U.K.).
- Keeper's Reach
Agent: Jodi Reamer, Writers House.
- Road of Bones
Agent: Paula Munier, Talcott Notch Literary Services.