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  • Annette Meyers spent sixteen years on Wall Street as an executive search consultant, and is currently an arbitrator with the National Association of Securities Dealers (NASD). She is a past president of Sisters in Crime and is secretary of the International Association of Crime Writers. She was formerly assistant to Broadway director-producer Hal Prince (for sixteen years), working with him on such productions as Fiddler on the Roof , Cabaret , A Little Night Music , Company , and Follies.

    Meyers is the author of seven published Smith and Wetzon mysteries. The eighth - Hedging - will be published in February, 2005.
    With her husband Martin Meyers, using the pseudonym Maan Meyers, she writes historical mysteries set in New York in the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries.

    Free Love , published in 1999, by Mysterious Press/Warner, is the first book in a new series, set in 1920, in Greenwich Village, featuring bohemian poet, Olivia Brown. Its sequel, Murder Me Now was published in 2001.

    Short stories by both Annette Meyers, Martin Meyers and Maan Meyers have appeared in many anthologies. Annette's books have been published in German and Spanish. Her psychological suspense novel Repentances, set in New York's Jewish immigrant community in 1936, was published by Five Star Press in 2004.

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  • Martin Meyers , who is also an actor, has appeared on Broadway, in films, and on television. He is the author of five detective novels published by POPULAR LIBRARY, featuring private detective, Patrick Hardy. Meyers novelized the Cher movie, Suspect, for BANTAM and wrote a A Federal Case, young adult book for SCHOLASTIC PUBLICATIONS.

    In November, 1992, DOUBLEDAY published The Dutchman , the first novel in a series of history mysteries, written in collaboration with his wife Annette Meyers, and using the pseudonym Maan Meyers.

    Marty's short story, "The Girl, The Body, and The Kitchen Sink," signaling the return of Patrick Hardy, was published in the Signet anthology, THE PRIVATE EYES (1998). His erotic noir short story, "Pickup," appears in the 2002 anthology, FLESH & BLOOD, DARK DESIRES, Mysterious Press/ Warner. His erotic noir short story "Pickup" appeared in Flesh & Blood: Dark Desires, 2002, Mysterious Press/Warner. "Mr. Quincy's Different Drummer" was published in Argosy Magazine's May/June 2004 issue, and "Snake Rag" was published in the anthology MURDER ... AND ALL THAT JAZZ, in 2004, by Signet.

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