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  • A Boy, a Mouse, and a Spider--The Story of E. B. White
    Author’s agent: Karen Grencik, Red Fox Literary.
    10/09/2017
  • Fortune of Fear
    Forever plotting, peeping and trying to manipulate others, double agent Gris is himself the eternal dupe.
    09/01/1986
  • Under Pressure: A Lucas Page Novel
    Agent: Jill Marr, Sandra Dijkstra Literary.
    06/22/2020
  • Latin Fiesta at FSG
    Two separate editors at Farrar, Straus & Giroux signed books by Latin authors recently from the same New York agent, Thomas Colchie.
    04/22/2002
  • Two Days, Two Big Buys
    The agent here was Geri Thoma at Elaine Markson, also a North American rights deal.
    09/22/2003
  • New Book by 'Paris 1919' Author
    DeMenil bought U.S. rights from agent Emma Parry at Carlisle & Company, acting for the author's London agent, Caroline Dawney at Peters Fraser & Dunlop, who controls world rights.
    01/20/2003
  • Flight 1, 2, 3
    Agent: Agent: Steven Malk, Writers House.
    02/25/2013
  • Death on the Greasy Grass
    Agent: Bill Contardi, Brandt & Hochman Literary.
    04/22/2013
  • Take Two!: A Celebration of Twins
    Illustrator’s agent: Nancy Gallt, Nancy Gallt Literary Agency.
    02/27/2012
  • The Last Minute
    Agent: Peter Ginsberg, Curtis Brown.
    04/16/2012
  • The Romanov Conspiracy
    Agent: Claudia Cross, Sterling Lord Literistic.
    06/18/2012
  • Death Where the Bad Rocks Live
    Agent: Bill Contardi, Brandt & Hochman Literary.
    07/16/2012
  • Blood Trust
    In Lustbader's long-winded third McClure-Carson novel (after Last Snow), dyslexic Homeland Security agent Jack McClure sets out to save 23-year-old Alli Carson, whom he rescued in the first book, First Daughter, after she's accused of murdering her boyfriend.
    03/28/2011
  • The Bad News on Oil
    Horgan bought world rights from agent Al Zuckerman at Writers House.
    02/24/2003
  • Bridging the Gap
    "We're not just a literary agent, not just a merchandising agent, not just a media production company," said cofounder and partner Nancy Cushing-Jones, formerly head of publishing at Universal Consumer Products.
    03/08/2004

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