Agents' key titles for LBF: Part One

Agents' key titles for LBF: Part One

The Wylie Agency has non-fiction in the form of Mohamed A El-Erian's The Rise and (Potential) Fall of Modern Central Banking, due for delivery in December this year, and Lawrence Summers and Chrystia Freeland's untitled book on the world economy, with FSG in the US. Charles Duhigg's          Why Things Get Done, a study of productivity, is with Random House in the US, while Michael Morell and Bill Harlow's The Great War of our Time tackles the CIA and al-Qaeda. In fiction, Amos Oz's Judas, set in 1959 Jerusalem, is with Keter in Israel, and artist Miranda July's The First Bad Man, about a...

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