- The Look: 9
Blanchard, the modeling agent who discovered Cheryl Tiegs, among others, and Barsocchini (Ghost) deliver a facile tale about the ugly business of beautiful women.
- DEATH BY HOLLYWOOD
Agent, Mort Janklow.
- The Acolyte
Newly minted agent Greer Whitaker, 28, is assigned to spy on Randall Jenkins, the president's closest friend and advisor, as part of a sanctioned CIA operation to nail Jenkins as a foreign mole.
- THE COIL
Agent, Henry Morrison.
- The African American Writer's Handbook: How to Get in Print and Stay in Print
Agent, Victoria Sanders.
- PEOPLE DIE
Agent, Jonny Gellar.
- Smoke Screen
Agent, Owen Laster.
- Cassidy's Run: The Secret Spy War Over Nerve Gas
Army intelligence obtained from ex-Nazi scientists the formulas for lethal agents like sarin.
- The Practical Writer: From Inspiration to Publication
In section three ("Building Your Team"), agent Noah Lukeman, writer-cum-editor-cum-agent Betsy Lerner, Authors Guild assistant director Kay Murray and others share insights about finding an agent and negotiating that first book deal.
- Elvis and Nixon
He sees no reason he can't be an agent for the FBI, too.
- The Blood of Heaven
Agent: Gail Hochman, Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents.
- 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.