- Treason: How a Russian Spy Led an American Journalist to A U.S. Double Agent
Unhappy with the corrupt Soviet regime, he agreed to become a double agent after being approached by an American operative.
- Swamped by Offers, Self-Pubbed YA Author Gets Agent and More
Previously unrepresented, Geragotelis has now signed with a literary agent and a foreign rights agent and is sorting through an avalanche of proposals and related offers for Life’s a Witch and other projects.
- Red Sofa Literary Principal Threatens to Sue Other Agents, Author
The two agents are Beth Phelan of Gallt and Zacker (the email was cc’ed to that agency’s two principals) and Kelly Van Sant, who until two weeks ago worked for Red Sofa.
- Case by Case: A U.S. Army Counterintelligence Agent in World War II
Melchior's WW II adventures as an Army counterintelligence agent in the European Theater of Operations included escorting a defecting German scientist through the lines and capturing a Nazi general.
- The Agent: My 40-Year Career Making Deals and Changing the Game
In the preface, sports agent Steinberg watches two of his clients, Warren Moon and Troy Aikman, get inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
- The Spy Wore Red: My Adventures as as Undercover Agent in World War II
The adventurous spirit of Brooklyn-born Aline Griffith led to a danger- and glamor-filled career as an agent for the Office of Strategic Services in WW II Madrid where, as a member of international high society, she infiltrated a German spy network that threatened Allied invasion plans.
- Rubin Pfeffer Adds a New Cap: Solo Literary Agent
He compares being an agent to being an obstetrician.
- NYRF Panel Helps Children's Authors and Agents Navigate New Hollywood
In this booming marketplace, agents are wary, and are working hard to protect sub rights related to a literary property.
- Three Agents Resign After Red Sofa Literary Owner's Tweet
Paul–based literary agent’s tweet ended up gutting the boutique agency she owns.Three agents affiliated with Red Sofa Literary tweeted this past weekend that they have resigned in response to owner Dawn Frederick’s tweet, leaving one subsidiary rights executive besides Frederick still employed there.
- The Frequent Traveler's Guide: What Smart Travelers and Travel Agents Know
There are sections on air travel, rental cars, hotel rooms, cruises, travel tours, international travel, travel agents, travel insurance, travel crimes and discrimination in traveling.
- White Shotgun: An FBI Special Agent Ana Grey Novel
Smith's overly complicated fourth suspense novel featuring FBI special agent Ana Grey (after Judas Horse) takes the spirited Ana and her moody lover, Sterling McCord, to Siena, Italy, ostensibly to meet a half-sister Ana only recently discovered existed, Cecilia Nicosa.
- A Hunt for Justice: The True Story of a Woman Undercover Wildlife Agent
This consistently engrossing first-person account by a retired special agent with the U.S.
- Prairie Man: The Struggle Between Sitting Bull and Indian Agent James McLaughlin
The first half of the book belongs to Sitting Bull; his eventual nemesis, James McLaughlin, does not come fully into view until 1881, when he accepted the position of Indian agent at the Standing Rock Agency in the Dakota Territory.
- Breaking and Entering: A Manual for the Working Actor: From Auditions to Agents to a Career
Carlson, an accomplished manager and talent agent for a number of successful actors, explains the critical choices and challenges of the drama student seeking a career in his new guide.
- Murder at Drury Lane: Further Adventures of the American Agent in London
Set in 1758, the latest well-crafted and entertaining Ben Franklin mystery (after The Case of the Christmas Murder ) finds the Pennsylvania colony's astute agent in England waging a snail-paced bureacratic battle with the Penn family.