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In 1997 Byron Preiss Visual Publications working with Simon & Schuster released Phillip Marlowe: Private Eye, a PC game.
The agreement was negotiated by Rick Richter, President & Publisher of Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing; Byron Preiss of Byron Preiss Visual Publications, which is producing the book; Romano's personal manager Rory Rosegarten, his agent Mel Berger of the William Morris Agency, and his attorney Jon Moonves, who represented Mr.
Previously, she was managing editor for BookClub magazine in New York, and began her career in book publishing with Byron Preiss Visual Publications and Byron Preiss Multimedia Company.
The deal was negotiated by Kate Morgan Jackson, HarperCollins Children's Books Editor-in-Chief and Byron Preiss Visual Publications, Inc.
The Ultimate Desk Reference to the Web, a trade paperback produced by Byron Preiss Visual Publications Inc.