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After a financial mogul’s murder, Demarkian takes a colonial cruise

Once one of Wall Street’s most powerful forces, Donald McAdam’s life changed when he found himself in a tight spot with the SEC. Either give up everything, they told him, or inform on your friends. Never one for loyalty, McAdam chose the wire, and sent half the stockbrokers in New York to prison. Now he’s filthy rich, isolated, and so paranoid that he buys his cocaine laced ...
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Feast of Murder

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Overview



After a financial mogul’s murder, Demarkian takes a colonial cruise

Once one of Wall Street’s most powerful forces, Donald McAdam’s life changed when he found himself in a tight spot with the SEC. Either give up everything, they told him, or inform on your friends. Never one for loyalty, McAdam chose the wire, and sent half the stockbrokers in New York to prison. Now he’s filthy rich, isolated, and so paranoid that he buys his cocaine laced with strychnine, in hopes of building up a tolerance for the poison. His caution doesn’t help him, however, when he tumbles off his high-rise balcony and falls headfirst back down to Wall Street.

Soon afterward, one of the men McAdam put away invites ex–FBI investigator Gregor Demarkian on a very peculiar cruise—onboard a cramped precise replica of the Mayflower. But when the behavior of the passengers proves rather un-Puritan, Demarkian discovers something that would have shocked Columbus: a New World murder.

The acclaimed author of Not A Creature Was Stirring offers a Thanksgiving mystery with all the trimmings. When retired FBI agent Gregor Demarkian is invited by a financial wizard to take a Thanksgiving cruise on his replica of the Mayflower, he never suspects that murder most foul and Wall Street's double-dealing are set to collide on the tiny ship--with lethal results. Original.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781480462472
  • Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road
  • Publication date: 1/14/2014
  • Series: Gregor Demarkian Holiday Mysteries
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 306
  • Sales rank: 118,549
  • File size: 852 KB

Meet the Author


Jane Haddam (b. 1951) is an American author of mysteries. Born Orania Papazoglou, she worked as a college professor and magazine editor before publishing her Edgar Award–nominated first novel, Sweet, Savage Death, in 1984. This mystery introduced Patience McKenna, a sleuthing scribe who would go on to appear in four more books, including Wicked, Loving Murder (1985) and Rich, Radiant Slaughter (1988).

Not a Creature Was Stirring
(1990) introduced Haddam’s best-known character, former FBI agent Gregor Demarkian. The series spans more than twenty novels, many of them holiday-themed, including Murder Superior (1993), Fountain of Death (1995), and Wanting Sheila Dead (2005). Haddam’s most recent novels are Blood in the Water (2012) and Hearts of Sand (2013).
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