Jane Haddam

Jane Haddam

Jane Haddam (born July 13, 1951) is an American mystery writer. She is best known for her series of books featuring Gregor Demarkian, a former FBI agent. She has also written a number of murder mysteries under her real name Orania Papazoglou featuring the romance author Patience McKenna. She was married to mystery writer William L. DeAndrea.

Bibliography

  • Sanctity (1986)
  • Sweet, Savage Death (1984)
  • Wicked, Loving Murder (1985)
  • Death's Savage Passion (1986)
  • Rich, Radiant Slaughter (1988)
  • Once And Always Murder (1990)
  • Charisma--follows Sanctity, under Orania Papazoglou name
  • Not a Creature Was Stirring (1990)
  • Precious Blood (1991)
  • Act of Darkness (1991)
  • Quoth the Raven (1991)
  • A Great Day for the Deadly (1992)
  • A Feast of Murder (1992)
  • A Stillness in Bethlehem (1993)
  • Murder Superior (1993)
  • Charisma (1993)
  • Dear Old Dead (1994)
  • Festival of Deaths (1994)
  • Bleeding Hearts (1995)
  • Fountain of Death (1995)
  • Baptism in Blood (1996)
  • Deadly Beloved (1997)
  • And One to Die on (1997)
  • Skeleton Key (2000)
  • True Believers (2001)
  • Somebody Else's Music (2002)
  • Conspiracy Theory (2003)
  • The Headmaster's Wife (2005)
  • Hardscrabble Road (2006)
  • Glass Houses (2007)
  • Cheating at Solitaire (2008)
  • Living Witness (2009)
  • Wanting Sheila Dead (2010)

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