- Comrade Charlie: A Charlie Mufflin Novel
Intricate, funny and highly satisfying, this fast-paced thriller again features veteran British intelligence agent Charlie Muffin, last seen in See Charlie Run .
- The Agency: William Morris and the Hidden History of Show Business
Infighting among the Morris agents became public in 1975 when Michael Ovitz and four others bolted to form Creative Artists Agency.
Amnesiac Liz Scarsborough awakens to a house and husband she can't remember, to be told that she's an ex-CIA agent who has been living in hiding from the Carnivore.
- Twisted Triangle: A Famous Crime Writer, a Lesbian Love Affair, and the FBI Husband's Violent Revenge
When Margo's husband, also a Bureau agent, finds out about his wife's liaisons, he exacts a horrifying, meticulously plotted revenge, covering his tracks with lies and working the system against her.
- Short Takes
Scribner senior editor Gillian Blake bought a book by Yale professor Charles Yang called The Tower of Babel: How Children Learn and Unlearn Language; she took North American rights from agent Susan Rabiner and plans to publish in 2004.
- Two Big Religion Sales
Andrew Corbin will edit the books, which were the result of brainstorming among publisher, agent and Waldman.
- 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.
- Attracted to Fire
But can she trust Agent Ash Zinders and the other agents?
- Mitch Hoffman Joining Aaron M. Priest Literary Agency
Priest Literary Agency as a senior agent.
- Job Moves: January 28, 2014
Before becoming an agent, Kirshbaum ran Time Warner's former book division.
- The Moscow Sleepers: A Liz Carlyle Novel
Agent: Georgina Capel, Capel & Land (U.K.).
- Our Woman in Moscow
Agent: Alexandra Machinist, ICM Partners.
- Roadside Magic
Agent: Miriam Kriss, Irene Goodman Agency.
- Desert Dark
Agent: Logan Garrison, Gernert Company.
- Deadly Force: A Lizzie Scott Novel
She soon finds herself surrounded by sleazy but canny defense lawyers, bad cops, worse cops, good FBI agents, cowardly FBI agents, religious zealots, and hipster coronersânot to mention a flaky childhood friend.