- Strange Fruit
Told from the perspective of FBI agent Daniel Pierce, this procedural pairs a white agent with an African-American one, Franklin Jones, in an effort to illuminate both sides of the racially charged story.
- Maui Conference at 'Critical Mass'
There were also about 60 agents and 25 editors, and Tullius said his ultimate aim is to get 100 agents and 40 editors, representing what he calls "the food chain," making connections among themselves as well as with the writers and would-be writers who attend.
- The Spy House: A Spycatcher Novel
Agent: Luigi Bonomi, Luigi Bonomi Associates (U.K.).
- Deadly Offer
Agent: Tristram Coburn, Tristram C.
- A SHADOW IN THE CITY: Confessions of an Undercover Drug Warrior
Agent, Anderson/Grinberg Literary Management.
- Fatal Ally (First World Publication)
Agent: Claudia Young, Greene & Heaton (U.K.).
Agent: Robert Gottlieb, Trident Media Group.
- The Cut
Prosaic and predictable, the novel follows the machinations of an unscrupulous head coach as he manipulates a devoted sports agent, his saintly client and three down-on-their-luck free agents.
- HUNTING FEAR
Agent, Eileen Fallon.
Agent: Shane Salerno, Story Factory.
- The Henchman
This man turns out to be a KGB assassin targeting one of Frey's own agents; Frey will be forced to assist in the killing of the agent (whose identity is concealed until the story's conclusion) and in the betrayal of another.
- Hunt Them Down
Agent: Eric Myers, Myers Literary Management.
- Assassin of Shadows
Agent: Michael Carlisle, InkWell Management.
- Code Name: Gentkill:: A Novel of the FBI
Agent Mike Devlin, his hero, is always balking at unfair authority.
- Top Down: A Novel of the Kennedy Assassination
Agent: Will Lippincott, Lippincott Massie McQuilken.