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Ms. Rachel Sussman

Chalberg & Sussman

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Rachel Sussman

Chalberg & Sussman

115 West 29th St, Third Floor
New York, NY 10001
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Humor/Gift Book
Pop Culture
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Known Clients (current & past)
Karen Alpert
Natashia Deon
Linda Hervieux
Matthew Logelin
Sherry Petersik
John Petersik
Tracy Slater
Stephanie Wittels Wachs
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03/29/2023 10:36 AM
EQ 3/19
12/19/2022 12:02 PM
EQ 12-19-22
87K Commercial Thriller
05/25/2021 11:29 AM
10/9/20, query sent, 135k true crime/me too memoir.

As of 5/25/21, no response
05/24/2021 11:21 AM
EQ: 4/24/21
CNR after 30 days
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Patrick (Admin)
03/05/2021 07:31 PM
Profile Update: Genres updated.
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03/05/2021 - Genres updated.
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