A Festival of Deaths by Jane Haddam
(Gregor Demarkian Series)

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When a killer threatens a talk show host, Demarkian must take to the air
Sex, sex, and more sex—this is the formula for a hit talk show. No one knows this better than Lotte Goldman, host of television’s most outrageous chat show, but even she is getting bored of her sensational interviews. To break the routine, she and her producer—the towering, dynamic DeAnna Kroll—take the show to Philadelphia to film a conversation between ex-FBI agent Gregor Demarkian and a convicted serial killer. But before they hit the road, a murder hits them. Lotte’s talent coordinator is found dead in a closet, her face battered beyond recognition, and a second victim appears soon after they arrive in Philadelphia. To save the most popular woman on TV, Demarkian leaps into a cat-and-mouse game so twisted that it’s perfect for premium cable.

About Jane Haddam

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JANE HADDAM is the author of numerous novels, many featuring Gregor Demarkian, as has been a finalist for both the Edgar and Anthony Awards. She lives in Litchfield Country, Connecticut. www.janehaddam.com www.minotaurbooks.com
Published March 5, 2013 by MysteriousPress.com/Open Road. 384 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Since Lotte Goldman's TV show specializes in exploring guests' sexual secrets, its employees take the unusual in stride-but even they are caught off guard when the program's all-around boss, DeAnna Kroll, discovers the body of talent coordinator Maria Gonzalez in a storeroom with her face beaten in.

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