Adult Fiction

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Annie Barrows

Annie Barrows

Annie Barrows is the author of the New York Times bestseller THE TRUTH ACCORDING TO US (Random House) and co-author of THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY (Dial); she is also author of the adored, wildly successful IVY AND BEAN series of chapter books. (LD)

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Carey Baldwin

Carey Baldwin

Carey Baldwin is the pseudonym of a pediatrician turned riveting thriller author. Her newest Cassidy & Spencer novel, STOLEN (Witness Impulse), will be published in February 2017. (LD and CF)

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Carla Norton

Carla Norton

Carla Norton’s first nonfiction book, PERFECT VICTIM: The True Story of the Girl in the Box (Morrow), was a #1 New York Times bestseller. She recently turned to fiction with THE EDGE OF NORMAL and WHAT DOESN’T KILL HER (Minotaur) which won the 2016 Nancy Pearl Award for Best Book in Genre Fiction and the President’s Book Award Gold Medal for Suspense/Thriller Fiction, respectively, and one of which was recently optioned by Bold Entertainment. (LD)

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Cody Mcfadyen

Cody Mcfadyen

Cody Mcfadyen’s emotionally driven series featuring Smoky Barrett and her team of F.B.I. agents was launched by Bantam. The books have become an international sensation, especially in Germany where each title debuts at #1 in hardcover. (LD)

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Kristin Rockaway

Kristin Rockaway

Kristin Rockaway is a former IT consultant with an insatiable case of wanderlust. Her debut work of commercial women’s fiction THE WILD WOMAN’S GUIDE TO TRAVELING THE WORLD (Center Street) will be released in June 2017. (JJB)

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Marie Bostwick

Marie Bostwick

Marie Bostwick is a New York Times and USA Today bestseller, whose wise, generous novels are devoured by her ever-growing legion of fans. FROM HERE TO HOME (Kensington) is her twelfth novel. (LD)

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Mary Ann Shaffer

Mary Ann Shaffer

Mary Ann Shaffer’s THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL SOCIETY (Dial) is the beloved, award-winning novel that has sold over three million copies and has been licensed to over thirty countries. (LD)

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Marybeth Whalen

Marybeth Whalen

Marybeth Whalen’s sixth riveting novel of domestic suspense, THE THINGS WE WISH WERE TRUE (Lake Union/Amazon), spent August glued to the #1 position on Amazon. She is also one of the co-founders of SHE READS (www.shereads.org) an online community and book club for women’s fiction. (LD)

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Max Wirestone

Max Wirestone

Max Wirestone is pioneering the world of “geek chic” with his hilarious series of mysteries featuring the on-line and real-life adventures of amateur detective Dahlia Moss (Orbit). (CB)

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Rebecca Zanetti

Rebecca Zanetti

Rebecca Zanetti is a rising star and New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of “decadently delicious” (PW starred review) paranormal romance and romantic suspense. She publishes with Kensington and Grand Central. (CB)

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Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr

Robyn Carr recently won the RWA’s Rita Award for Lifetime Achievement. She is the author of forty-three captivating novels (Mira) that count 28 million copies in print and which have been sold in thirty different countries. Robyn has spent 235 weeks on the NYT list. (LD)

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Scott Hawkins

Scott Hawkins

Scott Hawkins astonished readers with the originality and brilliance of his compelling debut novel, THE LIBRARY AT MOUNT CHAR (Crown), hailed as “a spellbinding tale of world-altering power and revenge” by Kirkus in a starred review. (CB)

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Stella Cameron

Stella Cameron

Stella Cameron established herself as a New York Times bestselling author of romantic suspense. Fourteen million copies of her books are in print. Her newest book, MELODY FOR MURDER (Severn House), is the third book in her popular British crime series. (LD)

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Susan Hasler

Susan Hasler

Susan Hasler’s literary thriller INTELLIGENCE (Thomas Dunne Book) introduced this former CIA analyst’s wicked, satiric story of a counter-terrorism expert. She’s now at work on a nonfiction book. (LD)

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Tawni O’Dell

Tawni O’Dell

Tawni O’Dell is the author of the New York Times bestseller BACK ROADS (Viking), as well as four other novels, including ANGELS BURNING (Gallery), which was recently reissued in trade paperback. (LD)

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Victoria Christopher Murray

Victoria Christopher Murray

Victoria Christopher Murray’s STAND YOUR GROUND (Touchstone) won the NAACP Award for Outstanding Literary Fiction in 2016. She is the bestselling author of twenty-five books and is co-founder of Brown Girls Publishing Company. (LD)

Adult Non Fiction

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Andy Bellin

Andy Bellin

Journalist and author of POKER NATION, a raucous journey into the shut-up-and-deal world of poker (HarperCollins). (LD)

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Beth Nonte Russell

Beth Nonte Russell

Author of FOREVER LILY: An Unexpected Mother’s Journey to Adoption in China, a memoir of Russell’s life-changing trip to China. (Touchstone) (LD)

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Bob Brier

Bob Brier

Bob Brier – aka Mr. Mummy – is a renowned Egyptologist and author of more than a dozen books, including THE MURDER OF TUTANKHAMEN (Putnam) and the recently published, extremely well-reviewed CLEOPATRA’S NEEDLES: The Obelisks of Ancient Egypt (Bloomsbury). (LD)

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Dianna Anderson

Dianna Anderson

Dianna Anderson is the author of DAMAGED GOODS: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON CHRISTIAN PURITY, a critically acclaimed feminist Christian sex book from Jericho Books. Having earned a M.St. in Women’s Studies from Oxford University, she’s currently at work on a project about feminist responses to pop culture. (HB)

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Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt’s literary estate is represented by the agency. Four of the former First Lady’s out-of-print books have been licensed to HarperCollins, Penguin, Open Road and Nation Books. (LD and Anna Olswanger)

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Jack Hart

Jack Hart

Jack Hart is a journalist, lecturer, educator, former managing editor of The Oregonian and author of STORYCRAFT: A Complete Guide to Narrative Nonfiction (University of Chicago Press). (CB)

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Jean Sasson

Jean Sasson

Jean Sasson is the #1 international bestselling author of PRINCESS: Life Behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia (Doubleday UK/Liza Dawson Associates) as well as several other books in the Princess series and GROWING UP BIN LADEN: Osama Wife and Son Take Us Inside Their Secret World (St. Martin’s). (LD)

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Jeanne Martinet

Jeanne Martinet

Humorist, authority on adult social skills, and author of THE ART OF MINGLING and LIFE IS FRIENDS: A Complete Guide to the Lost Art of Connecting in Person (Stewart, Tabori & Chang). (LD)

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Jerry & Mary Newport

Jerry & Mary Newport

Jerry and Mary Newport’s MOZART AND THE WHALE: An Asperger’s Love Story (Touchstone) was made into a movie starring Josh Hartnett, spurred by the couples’ story as told on “60 Minutes.” (LD)

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Jessica Luther

Jessica Luther

Jessica Luther is a freelance sports journalist and the author of UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT: College Football and the Politics of Rape (Akashic, 2016). Her guide to conflicted fandom written with Kavitha A. Davidson, HOW TO LOVE SPORTS WHEN THEY DON’T LOVE YOU BACK (University of Texas Press), will be published in 2018. (JJB)

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John Halliday

John Halliday

John Halliday’s memoir FLYING THROUGH MIDNIGHT: A Pilot’s Dramatic Story of His Secret Mission Over Laos During the Vietnam War was published by Scribner. (LD)

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Johnny Dodd

Johnny Dodd

Journalist for People Magazine and collaborator, co-author of MOZART AND THE WHALE (Touchstone). (LD)

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Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley’s essay collection THE GEEK FEMINIST REVOLUTION (Tor) addresses questions of writing, feminism, and geek culture, and includes her Hugo Award-winning essay “We Have Always Fought.” Kameron is also an acclaimed author of science fiction and fantasy novels. (HB)

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Kavitha A. Davidson

Kavitha A. Davidson

Kavitha A. Davidson is a sportswriter with espnW and ESPN the Magazine covering the intersection of sports with gender, race, class, business, politics, and culture. Her guide to conflicted fandom written with Jessica Luther, HOW TO LOVE SPORTS WHEN THEY DON’T LOVE YOU BACK (University of Texas Press), will be published in 2018. (JJB)

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Maya Schenwar

Maya Schenwar

Maya Schenwar is the editor-in-chief of Truthout and is the author, with Victoria Law, of YOUR HOME IS YOUR PRISON (The New Press), an insightful look into home confinement, probation, and other ways the prison-industrial complex extends outside prison walls into our society. (HB)

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Michael Losier

Michael Losier

Michael Losier is a motivational speaker. His book LAW OF ATTRACTION (Grand Central) has sold nearly two million copies and has been published in thirty different countries. His new book, YOUR LIFE’S PURPOSE: Uncover What Really Fulfills You (Rosetta), will be published in 2017. (LD)

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Olympia Dukakis

Olympia Dukakis

Olympia Dukakis’s memoir ASK ME AGAIN TOMORROW (HarperCollins) is the Academy Award-winning actor’s intensely personal memoir. (LD)

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Richard Lavoie

Richard Lavoie

Richard Lavoie is an educator whose books and educational tapes have changed the lives of parents, teachers and special-needs students. He is the author of THE MOTIVATION BREAKTHROUGH: Six Secrets to Turning On the Tuned-Out Child and IT’S SO MUCH WORK TO BE YOUR FRIEND: Helping the Child with Learning Disabilities Find Social Success (Touchstone). (LD)

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Ross Gay

Ross Gay

Ross Gay’s THE CATALOG OF UNABASHED GRATITUDE won the National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry. His first book of prose, THIS BLACK EARTH, was recently sold to Algonquin. (LD)

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Sharon Estroff

Sharon Estroff

Sharon Estroff is a journalist, lecturer, and founder of the international Challenge Island education franchise, as well as author of the Jewish parenting book CAN I HAVE A CELL PHONE FOR HANUKKAH? (Harmony). (CB)

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Sharon R. Kaufman

Sharon R. Kaufman

Sharon R. Kaufman is chair of the Department of Anthropology, History and Social Medicine at UCSF. Her book AND A TIME TO DIE: How American Hospitals Shape the End of Life was published by Scribner. (LD)

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Terrance Dean

Terrance Dean

Terrance Dean is getting his Ph.D. in Divinity at Vanderbilt University. He’s also the author of HIDING IN HIP HOP: On the Down Low in the Entertainment Industry—from Music to Hollywood (Atria) and is at work on a new book. (LD)

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Thea Singer

Thea Singer

Thea Singer’s STRESS LESS: The New Science that Shows Women How to Rejuvenate Their Body and the Mind (Viking/Plume) has been praised by the Nobel Prize-winning scientist Elissa Epel. (LD)

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Tom Stone

Tom Stone

Tom Stone’s two beautiful books THE SUMMER OF MY GREEK TAVERNA (Simon and Schuster) and CHASING ZEUS: A Journey Through Greece in the Footsteps of a God (Bloomsbury) take readers into contemporary and ancient Greece. (LD)

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Twesigye Jackson Kaguri

Twesigye Jackson Kaguri

Twesigye Jackson Kaguri is a CNN Hero, educator, humanitarian, co-founder of the human rights organization Human Rights Concerns and the author of BUILDING A SCHOOL FOR MY VILLAGE (Viking). (CB)

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Victoria Law

Victoria Law

Victoria Law is a journalist specializing in prison and criminal justice issues, and is the author, with Maya Schenwar, of YOUR HOME IS YOUR PRISON (The New Press), an insightful look into home confinement, conditions of probation, and other ways the prison-industrial complex extends outside prison walls into our society. (HB)

Science Fiction Fantasy Paranormal

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Alan Smale

Alan Smale

Alan Smale is author of the CLASH OF EAGLES series, an alternate-history trilogy that posits the Roman invasion of a pre-Colonial America (Del Rey). (CB)

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Bradley Schenck

Bradley Schenck

Bradley Schenck is best known for his Thrilling Tales of the Downright Unusual blog, which lovingly reintroduced pulp magazine art to the innocent general public. Now his first novel, SLAVES OF THE SWITCHBOARD OF DOOM, is coming from Tor Books. (CB)

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Brian McClellan

Brian McClellan

Author of THE POWDER MAGE trilogy, an epic fantasy set in a world inspired by the brilliant turmoil of 19th-century Europe (Orbit). (CB)

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Brian Staveley

Brian Staveley

Brian Staveley is the author of popular fantasy novels including THE EMPEROR’S BLADES, THE PROVIDENCE OF FIRE, THE LAST MORTAL BOND, and SKULLSWORN (Tor). His work has won the David Gemmell Morningstar Award and been licensed into ten countries. (HB)

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C. A. Higgins

C. A. Higgins

C.A. Higgins is the author of the critically acclaimed LIGHTLESS trilogy (Del Rey), which the New York Times called “a measured, lovely, science-fiction debut…contained, disciplined, tense.” (HB)

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Callie Bates

Callie Bates

Callie Bates’ debut THE WAKING LAND (Del Rey) is a tale of revolution, family, and long-lost magic in an opulent, 18th-century-inspired kingdom. (HB)

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Charles Stross

Charles Stross

A Hugo Award winner, Stross is a prolific and high profile SF writer. He has two very successful series: THE MERCHANT PRINCES alternate history series from Tor and THE LAUNDRY spymaster horror series from Ace. (CB)

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Curtis Craddock

Curtis Craddock

Curtis Craddock’s debut flintlock fantasy novel, AN ALCHEMY OF MASQUES AND MAGICK (Tor), is inspired by the intrigue and violence of the French Empire. (CB)

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Deborah Coates

Deborah Coates

Author of acclaimed paranormal mystery series, beginning with WIDE OPEN, which was a nominee for the Bram Stoker Award for Superior Achievement in a First Novel (Tor). (CB)

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Elizabeth Bonesteel

Elizabeth Bonesteel

Elizabeth Bonesteel is the author of the Central Corps series of military science-fiction novels in the tradition of Lois McMaster Bujold. Her newest book is REMNANTS OF TRUST (Harper Voyager). (HB)

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Harry Connolly

Harry Connolly

Author of the TWENTY PALACES urban fantasy trilogy for Del Rey. The first book, CHILD OF FIRE, was one of PW‘s 100 best books of 2009. (CB)

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Hartwell Estate

Hartwell Estate

We are proud to represent translation rights for legendary editor David Hartwell’s many classic anthologies of short science fiction, including such ground-breaking works as THE SCIENCE FICTION CENTURY and THE ASCENT OF WONDER (Tor). (CB)

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Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley

Kameron Hurley is a Hugo Award-winning author whose recent books include the space opera THE STARS ARE LEGION (Saga Press), an epic fantasy trilogy that kicks off with with THE MIRROR EMPIRE (Angry Robot Books), and THE GEEK FEMINIST REVOLUTION (Tor), a collection of essays on feminism and science fiction. (HB)

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Lara Parker

Lara Parker

Beloved star of Dark Shadows—a gothic SF TV cult classic—and author of an original series based on the show, featuring her own character, the beautiful and evil witch Angelique (Tor). (CB)

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Pierce Brown

Pierce Brown

Pierce Brown is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the RED RISING series (Del Rey), which has been licensed to over thirty countries and optioned for film. (HB)

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R.E. Stearns

R.E. Stearns

R.E. Stearns’ first science-fiction novel BARBARY STATION (Saga Press) follows a lesbian couple as they join an ill-fated crew of space pirates in the late 22nd century. (HB)

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Rachel Neumeier

Rachel Neumeier

Rachel Neumeier creates exquisitely written fantasy for adults. MOUNTAIN OF KEPT MEMORY (Saga) is coming in Fall 2016. (CB)

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Rebecca Kuang

Rebecca Kuang

Rebecca Kuang’s debut THE POPPY WAR (Harper Voyager), written when Rebecca was nineteen and sold at auction among five publishers, is a powerful epic fantasy novel, the first book in a trilogy based on 20th-century Chinese history including the Nanjing Massacre and the Cultural Revolution. (HB)

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SK Dunstall

SK Dunstall

S.K. Dunstall is the pseudonym of two Australian sisters who write classic space opera in the Anne McCaffrey tradition. Dunstall’s LINESMAN series (Ace Roc) has been a Locus bestseller. (CB)

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Zen Cho

Zen Cho

Zen Cho is a Malaysian writer of fantasy and romance. Her sparkling debut SORCERER TO THE CROWN (Ace/Roc) examined issues of race and class in a magical Regency England with a wit and charm that drew comparisons to Terry Pratchett and Susannah Clarke. (CB)