MURDER IN THE SUPREME COURT
Clarence Sutherland, head clerk to the Chief Justice, is found murdered in the courtroom, sitting in his boss’s chair with a hole in his head. Who would want to kill such a bright young man? The answer: practically everybody.
“Truman’s hints as to the real state of Washington are terrifyingly true.”
MURDER IN THE CIA
When literary agent Barrie Mayer dies from what looks like a heart attack at London’s Heathrow Airport, her best friend, CIA agent Collette Cahill, is ordered to discover the truth–and to find Barrie’s missing briefcase.
“[Truman] invades the turf of John le Carré. . . . [Murder in the CIA] is very good.”
–Los Angeles Times Book Review
MURDER IN THE HOUSE
Congressman Paul Latham died clutching a 9-mm pistol, and one man suspects the shattering truth: The suicide was a carefully planned murder–which will prove to be part of a chilling conspiracy that reaches halfway around the world.
“Truman ‘knows the forks’ in the nation’s capital and how to pitchfork her readers into a web of murder and detection.”
–The Christian Science Monitor
About the Author
Mary Margaret Truman (1924-2008), who wrote under the name Mary Truman, was originally a singer before she began her successful writing career. The daughter of President Harry, she was the author of the Capital Crimes mystery series as well as a several nonfiction books about the First Ladies and First Families, including a biography of her father.