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Mr. Rory Scarfe

The Blair Partnership

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Rory Scarfe

The Blair Partnership

34-42 Cleveland Street
London W1T4JE
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General Fiction


General Non-Fiction
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Patrick (Admin)
06/06/2022 08:44 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
05/18/2021 06:37 AM
EQ: 22.01.2021
ER: 18.05.2021
Form rejection
02/24/2021 08:21 AM
Submitted MG fantasy Feb 2020 -rejection from 'Submissions Team' said that they were not able to offer me representation,
11/26/2020 02:53 PM
1 month form rejection
07/05/2020 06:29 AM
EQ 2/19/20 (Chain Reaction-adult thriller)
ER 3/6/20 (Passed--not good fit)
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06/06/2022 - Closed to queries.
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