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  • Margaret Truman's Murder on the Metro: A Capital Crimes Novel
    Agent: Robert G.
    12/14/2020
  • Afterlife
    Agent: Shane Salerno, Story Factory.
    05/15/2017
  • Enemies Among Us
    Novels about undercover FBI agents nabbing terrorists are more credible when written by former FBI agents.
    01/18/2010
  • Fellows Picked for Jerusalem Fair
    The agents fellowship program is funded by HarperCollins.
    05/07/2001
  • Short Takes
    The new one is In Love and War and was bought for six figures from agent Victoria Sanders The pair, both award-winning journalists, have previously penned nonfiction....
    03/04/2002
  • Wraith
    Agent: Mel Berger, William Morris Endeavor.
    03/14/2016
  • Outfox
    Agent: Maria Carvainis, Maria Carvainis Agency.
    06/24/2019
  • Labyrinth
    Agent: Robert Gottlieb, Trident Media Group.
    08/19/2019
  • Nightshade: A Livy Nash Mystery
    Agent: Carrie Pestritto, Laura Dail Literary.
    07/20/2020
  • A SHADOW IN THE CITY: Confessions of an Undercover Drug Warrior
    Agent, Anderson/Grinberg Literary Management.
    04/04/2005
  • 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.
    07/11/2011
  • The Ragnarok Conspiracy
    Agent: Sara Camilli, Sara Camilli Agency.
    08/13/2012
  • The Spy House: A Spycatcher Novel
    Agent: Luigi Bonomi, Luigi Bonomi Associates (U.K.).
    08/31/2015
  • Blind Spot
    Agent: Janet Grant, Books and Such.
    10/09/2017
  • Fidelity
    A successful operation against a drug dealer in Baltimore gets ambitious FBI agent Kay Malloy, the heroine of retired FBI agent Fedarcyk’s compelling debut, promoted to the bureau’s counterintelligence unit in New York City, where, much to her disappointment, her duties are mostly deskbound.
    08/08/2016

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