“An exciting romp through the maze of Washington politics.”—The Dallas Morning News
During a gala benefit for the Democratic Party's hottest presidential hopeful at the glittering Kennedy Center, a young woman dies, a victim of quick and brutal violence. The murder weapon belongs to the candidate. The chief suspect is the candidate's son. The dynamic campaign of Senator Kenneth Ewald has collided with a tragedy that can send his son to jail—and wreck his own career.
George Washington University law professor Mac Smith comes out of the classroom to tackle a case that's bad for Senator Ewald but may prove even worse for the nation. And Smith himself marches straight into the firing line of an unscrupulous TV evangelist who gets his orders from God and a dethroned Central American dictator who takes interference from no one. . . .
“Margaret Truman has become a first-rate mystery writer.”—Los Angeles Times Book Review
About the Author
Margaret Truman won faithful readers with her works of biography and fiction, particularly her ongoing series of Capital Crimes mysteries. Her novels let us into the corridors of power and privilege, and poverty and pageantry, in the nation’s capital. She was the author of many nonfiction books, including The President’s House, in which she shares some of the secrets and history of the White House where she once resided. Truman lived in Manhattan and passed away in 2008.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
an excellent thriller that keeps the reader hooked to the book till the end of the book.
I have read just about every book in this series, I thought this one was alittle too busy. There was alot of different stories going on in one story. This was not her best book. I liked reading how Mac Smith and Annabel Reed got started, but other than that I found the book okay.