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  • 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.
    07/31/1997
  • HOUR GAME
    Agent, Aaron Priest.
    09/20/2004
  • 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.
    03/01/1999
  • Undue Risk
    Agent, Betsy Amster; 3-city author tour.
    08/30/1999
  • 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.
    02/28/2000
  • Missing from the Record
    Ten years later, no longer an agent, she disappears, leaving a bland, uninformative note for her husband, Tom Cartwright.
    01/01/1988
  • 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.
    11/03/1997
  • 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
    09/29/2003
  • The Words I Never Wrote
    Agent: Caradoc King, United Agents.
    10/07/2019
  • THE WAKE-UP
    Agent, Mary Evans.
    07/12/2004
  • THE LIONS OF LUCERNE
    Agent, Heide Lange of Sanford J.
    11/26/2001
  • NO PLACE LIKE HOME
    Agent, Sam Pinkus.
    03/28/2005
  • And Then There Were Ten: A Stokes Moran Mystery
    Kyle Malachi, who, as Stokes Moran, is a syndicated mystery reviewer, is reluctantly drawn into a case of great delicacy by his no-nonsense fiancee, Manhattan literary agent, Lee Holland.
    07/03/1995
  • Betrayal:: The Story of Aldrich Ames, an American Spy
    This New York Times reporting team's taut, riveting, remarkably vivid account of former CIA agent Aldrich Ames's treason, arrest and 1994 conviction as a mole for Moscow reads like a spy thriller.
    05/29/1995
  • The Presidential Archive
    Cass, in Moscow, has surreptitiously been offered evidence that implicates her uncle Nick's brother-in-law, Republican presidential candidate Hal Reynolds, as a highly placed Soviet agent code-named Oracle.
    07/29/1996

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