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Jane Stanton Hitchcock


Jane Stanton Hitchcock

Jane Stanton Hitchcock is a New York Times bestselling author, playwright, screenwriter, and an avid poker player who competes in the World Poker Tour and the World Series of Poker. Jane is married to Jim Hoagland, a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and they split their time between Washington, D.C. and New York City.

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Books by Jane Stanton Hitchcock

by Jane Stanton Hitchcock - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

One-time socialite Maud Warner polishes up the rags of her once-glittering existence and bluffs her way into a signature New York restaurant on a sunny October day. When she walks out again, a man will have been shot. Maud has grown accustomed to being underestimated and invisible, and she uses her ability to fly under the radar as she pursues celebrity accountant Burt Sklar, the man she believes stole her mother's fortune and left her family in ruins. Her fervent passion for poker has taught Maud that she can turn weakness into strength to take advantage of people who think they are taking advantage of her, and now she has dealt the first card in her high-stakes plan for revenge. One unexpected twist after another follows as Maud plays the most important poker hand of her life.