Books by Jane Stanton Hitchcock and Complete Book Reviews

Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Author Dutton Books $21.95 (352p) ISBN 978-0-525-93641-1
Hitchcock, who enjoyed quite a succes d'estime with her first novel, Trick of the Eye, has concocted an odder but perhaps more crowd-pleasing brew her second time out. Beatrice O'Connell, her heroine, is a dutiful Catholic girl whose life is...
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Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Author . Harper $25.99 (334p) ISBN 978-0-06-117370-7
In bestseller Hitchcock's whirling and suspenseful comedy of manners, gauche, aggressive Cynthia Rinehart, a self-made millionairess, explodes onto the philanthropy scene and the grand dames of old money Washington collectively clutch their...
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Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Author Dutton Books $19 (288p) ISBN 978-0-525-93529-2
A tautly controlled narrative voice and a prose style that transcends genre key the action in this gothic thriller about a successful trompe l'oeil artist commissioned to work at a grand old estate on the North Shore of Long Island. Faith Crowell, a
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Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Author Signet Book $5.5 (368p) ISBN 978-0-451-17673-8
A tautly controlled narrative voice and a prose style that transcends genre key the action in this gothic thriller about a successful trompe l'oeil artist commissioned to work at a grand old estate on the North Shore of Long Island. (Aug.)
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Jane Stanton Hitchcock. Poisoned Pen, $26.95 (258p) ISBN 978-1-4642-1069-3
At the start of this wry, sly caper novel from Hitchcock (Mortal Friends), 56-year-old former socialite and accomplished poker player Maude Warner, dressed in a vintage Saint Laurent suit (bought back when Yves was still designing) and thrift shop–pu
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Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Author . Talk Miramax $22.95 (352p) ISBN 978-0-7868-6815-5
How does Hitchcock's amusing saga differ from the scads of books involving money, murder and high society? There's the economy and wit of her prose ("murder was never my goal in life," heroine Jo Slater begins), and then there's...
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Jane Stanton Hitchcock, Author . Miramax $23.95 (356p) ISBN 978-1-4013-5236-3
New York grande dame Jo Slater, whose riches-to-rags-to-riches story entertained readers of Social Crimes , returns in Hitchcock's latest smart, genuinely funny novel to take on a sociopath socialite cutting a vicious swathe across Manhattan...
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