Ms. Broo Doherty

DHH Literary

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Broo Doherty

DHH Literary

23 -27 Cecil Court
London WC2N 4EZ
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General Fiction
Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction


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03/23/2023 09:55 PM
EQ sent 24th March 2023 - Romantic Fiction
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Patrick (Admin)
05/30/2022 10:23 AM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
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Patrick (Admin)
02/07/2022 08:40 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
05/17/2020 04:22 PM
EQ 4/15/19 (Diplomatic Immunity)
ER 6/7/19 (Passed--not good fit)

8/25/19: EQ 7/24/19 (Venom)
ER 8/22/19 (Passed--not connected to offer rep)

5/17/20: EQ 4/8/20 (Chain Reaction--adult thriller)
ER 4/24/20 (Passed--can't offer rep)
07/29/2018 10:34 AM
EQ: 6/25/18
ER: 7/29/18
Form letter, but a nice one.
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05/30/2022 - Open to queries.
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