by Annette Meyers

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Hedging by Annette Meyers

An executive jet belonging to major hedge fund manager Jason McLaughlin explodes on the runway of Teterboro Airport in New Jersey. There are bodies to be identified.
Soon after, a New York City hospital admits a new patient, singed, cut and bruised, suffering from hypothermia. She was found wandering in Central Park, her dress stained with blood. The blood is not hers. She remembers nothing before she woke in the hospital. She's a Jane Doe, or as she calls herself, Temporary Jane (T.J.)--
When her photo appears in the newspapers as Mary Lou Salinger, a possible survivor of the explosion, Xenia Smith recognizes her as Leslie Wetzon!

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BN ID: 2940016257747
Publisher: Martin Meyers and Annette Meyers
Publication date: 02/18/2013
Series: A Smith and Wetzon mystery , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 765 KB

About the Author

Annette Meyers has a long history on both Wall Street (as a headhunter) and Broadway (as assistant to Harold Prince) She is the author of eight Smith and Wetzon mysteries featuring two women headhunters who stumble over bodies on Wall Street and Broadway: THE BIG KILLING, TENDER DEATH, THE DEADLIEST OPTION, BLOOD ON THE STREET, MURDER:THE MUSICAL, THESE BONES WERE MADE FOR DANCIN', THE GROANING BOARD and HEDGING. She is also the author of two Olivia Brown mysteries set in Greenwich Village in 1920: FREE LOVE and MURDER ME NOW, and a stand-alone psychological suspense novel REPENTANCES set in New York's immigrant community in 1936. With her husband Martin, using the pseudonym Maan Meyers, they have produced seven history-mysteries set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries: THE DUTCHMAN, THE KINGSBRIDGE PLOT, THE HIGH CONSTABLE, THE DUTCHMAN'S DILEMMA, THE HOUSE ON MULBERRY STREET, THE LUCIFER CONTRACT. Her short stories have appeared in numerous anthologies, including the BEST AMERICAN MYSTERY STORIES, 2002. She is a former president of Sisters in Crime and the International Association of Crime Writers, North American Branch.

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