Murder in the House / Margaret Truman.
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- ISBN: 067943528X
- Physical Description: 322 p. ; 25 cm.
- Edition: 1st ed.
- Publisher: New York : Random House, c1997.
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A literary agent who happens to be a CIA courier is murdered in London's Heathrow airport. Collette Cahill, member of the CIA unit in Budapest, wants to know why her friend died. As she travels from Europe to Washington, D.C. and the British Virgin Islands she makes a few startling discoveries about herself and the organization for which she works. In each of her mysteries Truman has been concerned with morality in government and this is her strongest statement to date. Along the way she has created a knowledgeable, very capable female operative who knows the ropes and can fend for herself. JV Copyright 1987 Cahners Business Information.
- School Library Journal Reviews : SLJ Reviews 1997 December
YA "Congressman Found Dead on Capitol Hill, Murder Suspected" could be the newspaper headline initially reporting the nasty deed involved in this novel. However, the murder does not occur until well into the plot. Readers have gotten to know Paul Latham and will empathize with his teenage daughter, Molly, who is just starting as a page in the Capitol. It is Mackensie Smith, attorney and friend of Latham, who unravels the secret spheres of influence political, industrial, and social that reveal the truth in an exciting climax that involves Molly. The many background details of life and politics in Washington make this novel an entertaining way to reinforce what has been taught in government class. The book also shows many behind-the-scene details and events that otherwise go unnoticed. However, there are many characters, both Russian and American, to keep straight. The involvement of a teenage character makes this an excellent hook for YAs who have not read any of Truman's prior novels. They will also appreciate the humor, the fast pace, and the unintimidating format. Claudia Moore, W. T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, VA Copyright 1998 School Library Journal Reviews