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Ms. Alice Whitwham

The Cheney Agency

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Alice Whitwham

The Cheney Agency

39 West 14th Street, Suite 403
New York, NY 10011
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Literary Fiction


Cultural/Social Issues
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01/13/2024 01:28 PM
Jan. 13/24 - Email query
Lit Fic, 62k
10/08/2023 07:37 PM
2023-10-08 - EQ (Lit, Hist, Humorous, 98K)
11/04/2022 12:08 PM
4Nov22: EM query
psychological thriller, 76k words
07/26/2022 01:48 PM
EQ: 4/29/22
Nudge: 7/18/22
CNR: 7/26/22
05/19/2021 03:34 PM
Literary thriller CNR @ 83 days
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