Screenwriter Doug Richardson, whose credits include “Die Hard II,” “Bad Boys” and “The Money Train,” is looking to branch out into book writing. Formerly at CAA, he’s joined William Morris, with Robert Gottlieb planning soon to bring to publishers Richardson’s first novel, “Dark Horse,” a political suspense thriller set in South Texas. Richardson, whose screen work will be handled by agents Jim Crabbe and Joanne Roberts, is also eyeing a possible screen sale for the novel.

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