Mr. David Gernert

The Gernert Company

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David Gernert

The Gernert Company

136 East 57th Street, 18th floor
New York, NY 10022
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John Grisham
James Huston
Louise Penny
Peter Straub
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05/22/2021 12:22 PM
EQ sent 5/3/21
~ 33k memoir
11/17/2018 04:23 PM
EQ 5/11/18 (Requery Chain Reaction)
CNR 8/3/18 (No words from nudges)

11/17/18:EQ 8/21/18 (2nd/final Requery Venom)
CNR 11/14/18 (No word from nudges)
06/19/2018 10:41 AM
EQ: 4/23

04/13/2018 04:04 PM
EQ 2/16/18 (Requery Venom)
CNR 4/13/18 (No word from nudges)
03/15/2016 02:53 PM
EQ: 11/4/15 cont. fic.
Auto Response: 11/4/15 - "...due to the volume of emails we receive, it is now our policy to respond (usually within four to six weeks) only if we are interested in seeing more material."
CNR: 3/15/16
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