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  • The Last Good German
    Granger's popular series featuring world-weary secret agent Deveraux continues with this convoluted Cold War spy saga about a quest for a Japanese decoding device. ( Nov. )
    11/02/1992
  • Stations of the Tide
    In this highly readable, futuristic detective novel, a bureaucrat/agent tracks a bush wizard who appears to be using a restricted brand of high technology to work his magic.
    03/02/1992
  • Pop Princess
    Wonder Blake finds herself living every teenager's dream scenario: while singing along to her Walkman during her shift at the Dairy Queen, she is discovered by a big-time agent.
    10/24/2005
  • Correction
    In a Book News story last week on a new memoir by former ambassador Joseph Wilson, we misidentified the agent who represented the title.
    03/22/2004
  • Job Moves: April 11, 2013
    \tLaney Katz Becker, previously at Markson Thoma and, before that, Folio Literary Management, has joined the New York-based literary agency Lippincott Massie McQuilkin as an agent.
    04/11/2013
  • Job Moves: July 22, 2013
    \tDan Balow has been appointed director of publishing development and literary agent at the Steve Laube Agency.
    07/22/2013
  • Job Moves: September 10, 2013
    \tClaire Anderson-Wheeler has joined Regal Literary, Inc. as an agent.
    09/10/2013
  • The Edge
    To catch a murderer, an undercover agent for the British Jockey Club poses as a waiter on the ``Great Transcontinental Mystery Race Train.''
    01/01/1990
  • Short Takes
    This was signed with agent Nancy Gallt, representing London agent Caroline Sheldon.
    04/26/2004
  • Moves for Hoffman, Mosley, Isaacs
    The deal was signed with agent Owen Laster at William Morris.
    02/04/2002
  • Short Takes
    A new agent at James Levine Communications, Stephanie Kip Rostan, made the sale....
    12/03/2001
  • THE FACE OF THE ASSASSIN
    Agent, Aaron Priest Literary Agency.
    03/15/2004
  • THE CONFUSION: Volume Two of the Baroque Cycle
    Agent, Liz Darhansoff at Darhansoff, Verrill, Feldman Literary Agents .
    03/29/2004
  • FLASHPOINT
    Agent, Steve Axelrod. 125,o00 first printing.
    04/05/2004
  • The Dragon's Eye
    After his superior is wounded during a secessionist attack, Tanner, cosmetically altered to look Chinese, embarks on a dangerous mission: with the help of Japanese agent Jay Hamakawa, he must find an important undercover agent who has stopped responding to the Bureau's messages.
    05/03/1999

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