- Agent of Destiny: The Life and Times of General Winfield Scott
Despite the publisher's contention that this is "the first-ever biography" of Winfield Scott (1786-1866), Eisenhower's (Intervention!)
- All the Agents and Saints: Dispatches from the U.S. Borderlands
Travel writer Elizondo Griest (Around the Bloc: My Life in Moscow, Beijing, and Havana) meditates on the existential nature and impact of international borderlines through her encounters with people along the Mexican and Canadian borders in the United States.
- Moral Agents: Eight Twentieth-Century American Writers
Mendelson takes a fascinating look at the public personas and private selves of eight well-known male writers in 20th-century America, profiling them in relation to literature and the larger culture.
- An Impeccable Spy: Richard Sorge, Stalin's Master Agent
Former war correspondent Matthews (Stalin’s Children) examines Soviet spymaster Richard Sorge in this vivid biography.
- Idea Agent: Leadership That Liberates Creativity and Accelerates Innovation
A geologist-turned-manager at Corning, Echeverría proves skillful at managing scientists to develop cutting-edge products, such as the glass panels used for televisions and other displays.
- London Blood: Further Adventures of the American Agent Abroad
Benjamin Franklin again takes time from his colonial trade mission chores to help solve several nasty murders in London, circa 1759.
- The Accidental Sorcerer: Rogue Agent, Book One
Karen Miller (The Riven Kingdom ) launches a trilogy, her first venture as Mills, with this droll tale of magical bureaucracy.
- Agent Sniper: The Cold War Super Agent and the Ruthless Head of the CIA Who Despised Him
In this well-researched but somewhat dull Cold War espionage saga, journalist and filmmaker Tate (Body for Rent) details the brilliant and tragic career of Michał Goleniewski, a lieutenant colonel in Poland’s intelligence service and KGB spy who defected to the U.S. in 1961.
- The Secret Agent Training Manual: How to Make and Break Top Secret Messages: A Companion to the Secret Agents Jack and Max Stalwart Series
Publishing simultaneously with the first two books in the Secret Agents Jack and Max Stalwart series, a spin-off of Hunt’s Secret Agent Jack Stalwart chapter books, this informative workbook highlights more than 25 cryptographic techniques.
- Literary Agents: How to Get and Work with the Right One for You
Larsen is a San Francisco agent.
- AGENTS OF ATROCITY: Leaders, Followers, and the Violations of Human Rights in Civil War
The English civil war was comparatively free of atrocities; the most influential principal, Oliver Cromwell, was relatively tolerant and kept his agents, the New Model Army, under rigid discipline.
- SPECIAL AGENT: My Life on the Front Lines As a Woman in the FBI
Her initiation in 1980 at the Quantico training academy was a grueling process of "flush out the weak," at a time when the old guard—and even many younger agents—remained openly hostile to the notion of female agents.
- Time Traders II: The Defiant Agents & Key Out of Time
This omnibus-volume reprint of two Norton novellas, The Defiant Agents (1962) and Key Out of Time (1963), showcases the science fiction grand master's stylish way with a space-time adventure yarn.
- Code Master: Secret Agent! [With Cards and Mirrors and Mission Packet Puzzles]
Code Master: Secret Agent!
- Secret Agent: The True Story of the Covert War Against Hitler
With James Bondesque devices, disguise and sabotage, secret agents became Britain's weapon against Germany after Britain's troops were forced off the continent.