The Smith and Wetzon Mysteries
“A supremely likeable whodunit.”
“ ... sharp enough to make you want to dump your broker - quick.”
—New York Times Book Review
The Dutchman Historical Mysteries
“The Dutchman conjures up an odd, engrossing mystery.”
—The Washington Post Book World
“An authentic suspenseful period piece.”
The Olivia Brown Mysteries
“… just about perfect … sharp and intoxicating as the bootleg gin that Brown and her cohorts swill.”
—Publishers Weekly (starred review)
“Rich in NY ambiance, heated sensuality, and even a little ghost-story glamour.”
—Booklist (starred review)
“An extraordinary novel of repressed memory.”
—Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine
“An engrossing tale of murder and deception.”
Patrick Hardy Mysteries
Annette Meyers has a long history on Broadway, where she was assistant to producer-director Harold Prince for sixteen years, and on Wall Street, where she spent sixteen years as an executive search and management consultant.
Hedging is Annette Meyer’s eighth novel featuring headhunters Xenia Smith and Leslie Wetzon, who stumble over bodies on Wall Street and Broadway. Her stand-alone novel Repentances is psychological suspense, the setting: 1936, in New York’s Jewish immigrant community.
Martin Meyers (1934-2014)
Martin Meyers, actor and writer, is the author of five detective novels originally published by Popular Library, now back in print from iUniverse, all featuring private detective Patrick Hardy. Meyers novelized the Cher movie, Suspect, for Bantam and wrote for Scholastic Publications.
The Dutchman, published by Doubleday, is the first of 7 novels in a series of history mysteries set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, written in collaboration with his wife Annette Meyers, and using the pseudonym Maan Meyers.
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