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Murder on Capitol Hill : A Capital Crimes Novel
by Margaret Truman




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Bright, witty, and full of Washington insider insight. --Houston Chronicle

A D.C. attorney is drawn into a web of deadly intrigue while investigating the death of a powerful Senator, in this thrilling second book in Margaret Truman's nationally bestselling Capital Crimes series.

Between them, Senator Cale Caldwell and his blue-blooded wife controlled as much power on Capitol Hill as the law would allow. Sadly, it wasn't sufficient to protect him from a killer, even surrounded by his friends at a champagne reception in his honor.

The senator's murder wasn't the family's first brush with violence. Only two years ago, a niece had been murdered, her killer never found. But when attorney Lydia James, counsel to a Senate committee investigating the tragedy, suggests there might be a connection between the two deaths, she's voted down fast. Yet strange rumors persist. The senator's death could benefit many people, among them a bitter political adversary, an ambitious talk show host, and a master of spin who makes even murder look good . . .

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Overview

Bright, witty, and full of Washington insider insight. --Houston Chronicle

A D.C. attorney is drawn into a web of deadly intrigue while investigating the death of a powerful Senator, in this thrilling second book in Margaret Truman's nationally bestselling Capital Crimes series.

Between them, Senator Cale Caldwell and his blue-blooded wife controlled as much power on Capitol Hill as the law would allow. Sadly, it wasn't sufficient to protect him from a killer, even surrounded by his friends at a champagne reception in his honor.

The senator's murder wasn't the family's first brush with violence. Only two years ago, a niece had been murdered, her killer never found. But when attorney Lydia James, counsel to a Senate committee investigating the tragedy, suggests there might be a connection between the two deaths, she's voted down fast. Yet strange rumors persist. The senator's death could benefit many people, among them a bitter political adversary, an ambitious talk show host, and a master of spin who makes even murder look good . . .



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  • ISBN-13: 9780062391728
  • ISBN-10: 0062391720
  • Publisher: Witness
  • Publish Date: September 2015
  • Page Count: 400
  • Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.1 x 1.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds

Series: Capital Crimes

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