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  • Two Graves
    Agent: Eric Simonoff, WME.
    09/24/2012
  • Following Grandfather
    Agent: Brenda Bowen, Sanford J.
    10/22/2012
  • The Shadow Catcher
    The book opens as Wiggins presents her newly completed Curtis novel to a Hollywood agent.
    04/16/2007
  • Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster, and Government Witness
    In addition to poring through newspaper archives, Griffin interviewed various sheriffs, attorneys, agents and detectives, while primarily relying on information from retired FBI agent Arnoldy and what Pileggi calls the “phenomenal” memory of Cullotta himself.
    05/21/2007
  • Armed and Dangerous: The Hunt for One of America's Most Wanted Criminals
    The passing references to the toll the agent's hard-charging style took on his marriage could have been better developed.
    05/21/2007
  • The Imago Sequence and Other Stories
    In the period western “Bulldozer,” a Pinkerton agent discovers that serial killings are part of an elaborate occult ritual for placating a supernatural entity.
    08/20/2007
  • My Fellow Americans
    The plot thickens after some Lebanese-Americans with uncertain motives recruit Walker as a double agent.
    09/10/2007
  • The Orpheus Deception
    Readers hungry for sex, bloody action and flag-waving patriotism will best appreciate this sequel to Stone's debut, The Echelon Vendetta , which likewise starred CIA agent Micah Dalton.
    02/18/2008
  • Fixation
    ., leaves two agents dead in Schorr's uneven follow-up to Borderline (2006), agent Louise Parker takes the blame.
    04/21/2008
  • SPY DUST: Two Masters of Disguise Reveal the Tools and Operations That Helped Win the Cold War, as Authorized by the CIA
    Agent, Christy Fletcher, Carlisle & Co.
    07/22/2002
  • Short Takes
    Now executive editor Charles Conrad at Broadway has bought world rights to a book by novelist Maria Flook, a Cape Cod neighbor of the slain woman, from agent Gail Hochman at Brandt & Hochman, and hopes to publish in fall 2003....
    02/04/2002
  • Short Takes
    Flamini got world rights, except for the U.K. and Commonwealth (bought by Orion in London), from agent Lynne Rabinoff....The Pulitzer Prize—winning author of Gulag: A History, Anne Applebaum, has signed again with Doubleday's Kris Puopolo for a big new book called The Anti-
    09/20/2004
  • PW: Fear of High Floors
    Jones, who negotiated the deal with ICM agent Lisa Bankoff, plans a 1999 publication for the book.
    11/24/1997
  • Short Takes
    Newly independent agent Liv Blumer, formerly at Barney Karpfinger, has made several recent deals, mostly for authors she had inherited, representing them here for London and Australian agents.
    01/13/2003
  • Short Takes
    Basic's Jo Ann Miller bought a book by Washington Post columnist Abigail Trafford called My Time, about the period of life between upper middle age and old age; it was a low-six-figure buy from agent Gail Ross, for publication in fall 2003.
    02/18/2002

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