Hanging Hannah by Kensington
(Jane Stuart and Winky Mysteries)

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With their very first mystery, MISSING MARLENE, widowed literary agent Jane Stuart and her tortoiseshell cat, Winky, left mystery fans purring for more. Now the wellread detective duo is back, taking on Manhattan—and Shady Hills, New Jersey—on the hunt for a killer in disguise.

After her last brush with murder landed her in People magazine, Jane is eager to get back to a life of reading proposals, making deals, and throwing a birthday party for her son at a local inn. But before anyone can even say “make a wish,” the body of an unknown young woman is found hanging in the woods behind the inn.

Jane knows the only way she can shake the gruesome murder out of her mind is to keep busy. So when editor Holly Griffin gives her the chance to represent Goddess, the world’s hottest new pop star, Jane is grateful for the distraction…until Holly is found dead, stabbed with a letter opener.

Determined to solve both murders, Jane, along with the help of Winky, starts snooping around, uncovering a scandalous secret that someone will do anything to keep buried…

“Charming…a rich, welldeveloped ensemble of neighbors and colleagues flesh out this fastpaced cozy.”

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“Miss Marple lite.”

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“Will please the catcozy crowd.”

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About Kensington

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Evan Marshall is a Special Weapons and Tactics trainer for a federal agency with counterterrorist responsibilities. He retired from the Detroit Police Department after 20 years of service. His assignments included Tactical Unit, Crime Scene Investigation, Homicide and the Special Response Team. He has trained groups as diverse as the Federal Air Marshals and the U.S. Army Special Reaction Team. His articles on ammunition, ballistics and tactics have appeared in the law enforcement and firearms press over the past 25 years.
Published April 1, 2001 by Kensington Books. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Three deaths, apparently unrelated, and a missing pop star slowly reveal their interconnections in Marshall's second mystery (after Missing Marlene) featuring the charming Jane Stuart, literary agent and ""North Jersey's Miss Marple."" A demi-celebrity as a result of a People magazine profile ins...

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