Rights Available! Mysterious Death of Russian Whistleblower Alexander Perepilichny Explored in The Atlantic

The publication's "An Enemy of the Kremlin Dies in London," along with Kevin Powers' 'A Shout in the Ruins,' are both ripe for optioning.
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The Atlantic's January/February 2017 cover

A Shout in the Ruins (Little, Brown 2018) by Kevin Powers
Agency: ICM Partners

With the adaptation of his prize-winning debut, The Yellow Birds, heading to Sundance as one of the fest's hottest titles, Powers' second novel, weaving post-Civil War stories with tales of love and loss set more than 50 years later, is ready for its big-screen bid.

"An Enemy of the Kremlin Dies in London" (The Atlantic, January/February 2017) by Jeffrey Stern
Agency: CAA

Russia's rumored involvement with Donald Trump has renewed interest in its cloak-and-dagger shenanigans like the mysterious 2012 death of dissident businessman Alexander Perepilichny.

This story first appeared in the Jan. 27 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

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