Books by Jane Stanton Hitchcock

SOCIAL CRIMES by Jane Stanton Hitchcock
Released: June 1, 2001

"A Hampton breeze that rarely chills. Hitchcock (Trick of the Hammer, 1994, etc.) misses the psychological insight that can make readers squirm with empathy."
A lukewarm tale of suspense about an obsessed Manhattan woman who grows as evil as her nemesis. Read full book review >
THE WITCHES' HAMMER by Jane Stanton Hitchcock
Released: Oct. 11, 1994

"Yet Hitchcock's clear, straightforward prose and civilized, articulate protagonists manage to keep the pages turning."
Hitchcock, whose first novel, Trick of the Eye (1992), was nominated for an Edgar, ventures onto riskier ground with this mystery thriller whose heroine defies a cabal of modern-day Inquisitors intent on bringing back the male-dominant Dark Ages. Read full book review >
TRICK OF THE EYE by Jane Stanton Hitchcock
Released: Sept. 1, 1992

"Pure pleasure for psychological-suspense fans."
Dramatist Stanton's first novel is a thoroughly satisfying thriller—simultaneously luscious and ladylike as it traces the cat-and-mouse relationship between a wealthy old New York dowager and the solitary artist she hires to help re-create her past. Read full book review >