Jane Haddam

Jane Haddam, author of more than twenty novels, has been a finalist for both the Edgar and the Anthony Award. She has written a number of murder mysteries under her real name, Orania Papazoglou, but is best known for her books featuring former FBI agent Gregor Demarkian. She lives in Litchfield County, Connecticut.

  • Flowering Judas

    By Jane Haddam

    Read by David Colacci

    A Gregor Demarkian Novel

    A mind-bending murder mystery from Edgar and Anthony Award Finalist Jane Haddam.

    “Immediately grabs listeners with narrator David Colacci’s achingly painful rendition of a grieving mother…Colacci propels the story forward with briskly paced portrayals of diverse and timely characters…expert performance..." - AudioFile

    Released Tue Oct 18 00:00:00 UTC 2011
    English, Unabridged

  • Blood in the Water

    By Jane Haddam

    Read by David Colacci

    A Gregor Demarkian Novel

    Gregor Demarkian is back in a mind-bending murder case from Edgar Award Finalist Jane Haddam.

    Starred review. "Edgar-finalist Haddam shows no sign of creative fatigue in her baffling 27th whodunit...Few readers will reach the answer to this crafty puzzle before the endearing and brilliant sleuth, or tease out the significance of the clue of the extra garden hose." - Publishers Weekly

    Released Tue Mar 27 00:00:00 UTC 2012
    English, Unabridged

  • Hearts of Sand

    By Jane Haddam

    Read by David Colacci

    A Gregor Demarkian Novel

    Gregor Demarkian investigates a 30-year-old unsolved disappearance and a new, brutal murder.

    Released Tue Sep 03 00:00:00 UTC 2013
    English, Unabridged

  • Fighting Chance

    By Jane Haddam

    Read by David Colacci

    A Gregor Demarkian Novel

    Gregor Demarkian seeks to clear an old friend’s name in the latest thrilling novel from Jane Haddam.

    "Haddam is known for her clever mysteries, but the true pleasure of the audio is in Colacci’s fine reading. The Armenian names and accented voices become poetry in his performance, while the gossipy old women who oversee community life are particularly well characterized and amusing." - Booklist (audio review)

    Released Tue Oct 14 00:00:00 UTC 2014
    English, Unabridged

  • Quoth the Raven

    By Jane Haddam

    Read by David Colacci

    On Halloween, college students get rowdy and the faculty gets killed.

    "...the ominous October atmosphere is neatly rendered, and the possible motives and circumstances will keep readers guessing." - Publishers Weekly

    Released Tue Oct 04 00:00:00 UTC 2016
    English, Unabridged