- Blind Rage
In Persons's by-the-numbers second novel to feature psychic FBI agent Bernadette Saint Clare (after Blind Spot ), Saint Clare, who's based in St.
- The Black Tulip
The craft of espionage, and the political clout needed to keep afloat in the game, are bared in ex-agent Bearden's promising debut, a valentine to late CIA director Bill Casey set in the late 1980s during the Soviet war in Afghanistan.
- The Armageddon File
Agent: Deborah C.
- Betrayed (First World Publication)
Agent: Josh Getzler, Hannigan Salky Getzler.
- 2 SISTERS: A Super-Spy Graphic Novel
It begins with a theft in ancient Rome, hurtles centuries ahead to Venice, intercuts a tale of pirates with the exploits of a female WWII secret agent, and repeatedly flashes back to the agent's melancholy girlhood in the English countryside.
- Iron Angels
Wilde and Black both exhibit standard gritty secret agent traits (Wilde is a hardened divorced man, Black an uptight agent who hardly comes out of her shell), but they eventually break out of these molds and become three-dimensional characters.
- The Salt Marsh (UK)
Agent: Oli Munson, A.M.
- A Deadly Vineyard Holiday
From the uptight security agents who descend to check things out J.W. learns that threats have been made against Cricket and soon figures out that an insider is likely involved.
- 78 REASONS WHY YOUR BOOK MAY NEVER BE PUBLISHED AND 14 REASONS WHY IT JUST MIGHT
Agent, Amy Rennert.
- MY LIFE IN CIA: A Chronicle of 1973
Agent, Maxine Groffsky.
- The Man Who Invented Rock Hudson: The Pretty Boys and Dirty Deals of Henry Willson
Agent, Mitch Douglas .
- Power Play
Agent: Robert Gottlieb, Trident Media Group.
- Execution: A Harry Tate Thriller
Agent: David Headley, DHH Literary (U.K.).
- Storm Front
Agent: Esther Newberg, ICM.
- Operation Shakespeare: The True Story of an Elite International Sting
Agent: Larry Weissman.