“Murder, blackmail, and betrayal, all set against the glittering backdrop of Washington society.” —The Today Show
No one knows the world of high society better that New York Times bestselling author Jane Stanton Hitchcock—and no one captures its behind-the-scenes scandals and secrets better. In Mortal Friends, the Edgar® Award-nominated author of Trick of the Eye and Social Crimes offers readers a comedy of manners and murders which Barbara Goldsmith describes as a “dizzying dash through the heights of Washington society, a high velocity novel with more twists than a corkscrew.” Dominick Dunne said, “I had a great weekend with this book.” Find out how the other half live—and die—by spending some quality time with Mortal Friends.
Ships from and sold by Collectiblecounty. In her new book, Hitchcock has moved the scene to Washington DC. Her protagonist is a youngish, single woman, an owner of a Georgetown antiques store, who is active on the Washington DC social scene. Here, the merely wealthy businessmen and bankers are joined by politicians, lobbyists, and other characters unique to Washington DC. The story has a murder, several, actually, and Hitchcock gives the reader a great, and varied, supporting cast to Reven Lynch, her main character.
Jane Stanton Hitchcock (born November 24, 1946) is an American author, playwright, and screenwriter. She has written several plays but is known mostly for her mystery novels Trick of the Eye, The Witches' Hammer, Social Crimes, One Dangerous Lady, Mortal Friends, and Bluff. Hitchcock also wrote the screenplays for Our Time and First Love.
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Mortal Friends: A Novel. by Jane Stanton Hitchcock. Dominick Dunne said, I had a great weekend with this book. Find out how the other half live-and die-by spending some quality time with Mortal Friends
Mortal Friends: A Novel. Find out how the other half live-and die-by spending some quality time with Mortal Friends. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: d: Jun 30, 2009ISBN: 9780061940514Format: book. carousel previous carousel next. Jane Stanton Hitchcock. Trick of the Eye: A Novel.
Jane Stanton Hitchcock's newest novel Mortal Friends is a seductive mystery set in Georgetown, where the real Washington DC power lies
Jane Stanton Hitchcock's newest novel Mortal Friends is a seductive mystery set in Georgetown, where the real Washington DC power lies. When the Beltway Basher's latest victim is found in a nearby park, best friends society matron Violet and antique shop owner Reven get involved in the crime. Violet is obsessed with true life crime stories, and Reven becomes entangled when a police detective asks her for help in solving the case. Hitchcock expertly draws the reader into this story and the world of.
Jane Stanton Hitchcock presents us with a "murderers row" of personalities who are all stranded at the peculiar Washington . But, she is a good writer and Mortal Friends, like her four previous novels, is a very good read.
Jane Stanton Hitchcock presents us with a "murderers row" of personalities who are all stranded at the peculiar Washington intersection of income, intellect, and influence. From the outset it is clear that each and everyone of these people is capable of murder and in dispensing with the trivialities of their individual existences she allows each one of her characters to breath down the back of your neck, take you by the hand, and brush their lips along the nape of your neck.
Jane Stanton Hitchcock. Crimes (People magazine's Beach Book of the Week), One Dangerous Lady, and Mortal Friends.
New York Times bestselling author and native New Yorker Jane Stanton Hitchcock started her career as a playwright and screenwriter. For Jim, who brought me to Washington. No woman has ever told the whole truth of her life. A country cannot survive on the impropriety of its wealthiest classes. senator zachary grider. Chapter 1. Violet Bolton loathed concerts as much as she loved murder.