Sweet, Savage Death by Jane Haddam

Sweet, Savage Death by Jane Haddam

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When a literary agent is murdered, every bodice-ripping author is a suspect

The nation’s most famous romance authors are often so over-the-top that they could star in their own work. Catty, eccentric, and vain, they live to make each other miserable—and Patience McKenna does all she can to stay out of their line of fire. Too smart for her own genre, she writes romance novels to pay the rent and investigates stories to stay sane. Now the romance wars are about to hit her on the home front.

A few nights before the start of the annual American Writers of Romance conference, Pay comes home to find her apartment locked from the inside. When the police break down the door, they stumble onto Julie Simms, literary agent to the leading lights of romance, lying dead on the floor. When the conference convenes, Pay asks: Which of her colleagues has traded make-believe passion for real-life murder?


“Haddam plays the mystery game like a master.” —Chicago Tribune

“Classic mysteries are back in vogue, and Jane Haddam’s . . . Gregor Demarkian series is one of the finest.” —Romantic Times

“[Haddam] sets her holiday scenes with colorful detail.” —New York Times

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