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Full Agent Profile: David Dunton



NAME

David Dunton

AGENCY
Harvey Klinger, Inc.
AAR MEMBER
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EMAIL
david@harveyklinger.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://www.harveyklinger.com/



FICTION GENRES
Literary Fiction | Young Adult
NONFICTION GENRES

Biography | Drama/Music | Pop Culture | Narrative

CURRENT STATUS
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    NEW DEALS
    Non-Fiction | Celebrity | Memoirs | Pop Culture
    Founder of the pioneering American punk band Husker Du, Bob Mould's memoir, promising to cover his life as a musician as well as tell the story of his other lives, including his internal struggle with his sexuality, the coming-out process, and his subsequent embrace of and service to the LGBT community, and his work in other fields including pro wrestling and record producing, written with Michael Azerrad (author of Our Band Could Be Your Life and Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana), to Michael Pietsch at Little, Brown, for publication in autumn 2010, by attorney Josh Grier at Dreier LLP and David Dunton at Harvey Klinger, with Lydia Wills at Paradigm representing Azerrad.

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    Million Dollar Website: Simple Steps to Help You Compete with the Big Boys - Even on a Small Business Budget
    Author:   Lori Culwell
    Genres:   Business
    Publisher:   Prentice Hall Press (May 5, 2009)
    The only guide for the small business owner to create a revenue-enhancing website that lets them compete with the "big boys."
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    Hoppergrass
    Author:   Chris Carlton Brown
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Henry Holt and Co. (BYR); 1 edition (April 14, 2009)
    Fifteen-year-old Bowser is in trouble again. First it was the county jail, then the Diagnostic Center, and now it’s the Hill—an institution for juvenile delinquents. As tends to happen in barracks, despite the deadening routines, mighty bonds are formed
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    Shelter Me
    Author:   Alex McAulay
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   MTV (January 6, 2009)
    Maggie Leigh just wants to be a normal teenager, but when German bombs tear apart London during World War II, her ultra-religious mother sees the destruction as divine punishment. She sends Maggie to a remote boarding school in coastal Wales, supposedly to keep her safe, but also to keep her in line. The school is creepy, the headmistress is a lunatic, and the students range from spoiled rich girls to speechless trauma victims. But when a tragic accident happens on the beach, Maggie and three friends are forced to flee the school, plunging into the nightmarish world of Europe during wartime. Now every decision Maggie makes is fraught with danger, and living to see another day depends on how quickly she can think and act...and how far she's willing to go.
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