Ms. Marina De Pass

The Soho Agency

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Marina De Pass

The Soho Agency

16–17 Wardour Mews
London W1F 8AT
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Website:
thesohoagency.co.uk
Twitter (X):
@marinadepass
Query Methods
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Book Club
Commercial
Romance
Thrillers/Suspense

Non-Fiction

none
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Louisemeriel
06/18/2024 01:47 PM
EQ: 22/3/24
Kind rejection: 9/4/24
KKarman
02/14/2024 07:51 PM
Email query sent 2/14/2024
105k archaeological adventure / thriller
RoamingFree
01/02/2024 03:50 PM
Accessible literary fiction 76k

Email query: 04/09/2023
Nudged with full manuscript request: 20/11/2023
CNR: 02/01/24
Tara725
10/20/2023 03:38 PM
EQ: 10/20/23

Contemporary Romance
LadyMondegreen
09/07/2023 08:14 AM
Nudged with offer of rep.
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