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  • Author:
    Margaret Truman
  • ISBN:
    0375702946
  • ISBN13:
    978-0375702945
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  • Publisher:
    Random House Large Print (June 30, 1998)
  • Pages:
    367 pages
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    Contemporary
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Margaret Truman, herself the bearer of one of the world's most famous names, knows Washington's ins and outs, including who is "in" and who is "out.

Margaret Truman, herself the bearer of one of the world's most famous names, knows Washington's ins and outs, including who is "in" and who is "out. Some of those who are "out" here are very dead indeed. Random House Publishing Group, 17 сент.

Murder at the Watergate. An excerpt from Murder at the Watergate

Murder at the Watergate. Stay informed about books like Murder at the Watergate and more from Penguin Random House. An excerpt from Murder at the Watergate. 1 A Saturday The South Building-the Watergat. nd so Annabel and I decided it was time to make the move, although not, naturally, without months of debate. Mackensie Smith, tenured professor of law at George Washington University, stood on the terrace of the three-bedroom co-op apartment he and his wife, Annabel, had recently purchased at the prestigious albeit infamous Watergate complex.

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ry pleasant disposition. They’re bright, he told her after she’d delivered a platter of cheeses and two nonalcoholic beers to the terrace. They wouldn’t have been admitted if they weren’t bright. But they don’t seem to get i. .What law is really all about. They seem to want the law to conform to their thinking, support their views of life and society

Published June 30th 1998 by Random House Large Print. Published 2004 by Recorded Books, LLC. Unabridged, Audio CD.

Published June 30th 1998 by Random House Large Print. Large Print, Paperback, 367 pages. Author(s): Margaret Truman.

More praise for Margaret Truman and Murder at the Watergate

More praise for Margaret Truman and Murder at the Watergate. The Christian Science Monitor. In Watergate, Truman again proves she belongs in the first rank of mystery writers. Truman has settled firmly into a career of writing murder mysteries, all evoking brilliantly the Washington she knows so well.

I love to read the books written by Margaret Truman. Murder in the House: A Novel (Random House Large Print). She is an easy read and keeps her readers in suspense. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Smith, Mac (Fictitious character) - Fiction, Reed-Smith, Annabel (Fictitious character) - Fiction, Law teachers - Fiction, Women art dealers - Fiction, Washington (. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. t on November 28, 2011. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

The Watergate in Washington, D.C., is one of the world's most famous addresses--          although not everyone knows exactly what it is. This imposing, fabulous complex is made up of a hotel, residences, restaurants, offices, shops, and more. It is a haven for the famous after they break out and, on occasion, for the infamous when they break in. Its very name has become part of our history.            Margaret Truman, herself the bearer of one of the world's most famous names, knows Washington's ins and outs, including who is "in" and who is "out." In this absorbing, timely Capital Crimes mystery, she shows us around this fascinating city that is America's center of power and--some would say--corruption. Some of those who are "out" here are very dead indeed.           The glittering cast of characters includes Vice President Joe Aprile, who plans to become president, if he can avoid a tempting vice; a glamorous Washington hostess and fund-raiser, Elfie Dorrance, with a propensity for marrying rich and powerful men and then grieving prettily at the end--their end; and Chris Hedras, a special assistant to the vice president, with some very special ambitions. And, of course, Annabel Smith, gallery owner, and Mac Smith, law school professor. The story deals in part with the influence on political campaigns of "soft money" and its hard consequences, as well as this country's tortuous and often ambiguous relationship with Mexico, in particular the glorious San Miguel de Allende, home of the well-to-do, and a few ill-to-do, a place involving drugs, politics, and police and politicians looking the other way.           Once again Margaret Truman offers a delight to the reader who likes a fast-turning page, the pleasure of inside information, the allure of high life crossing paths with lowlife, and the return of the attractive crime-solving couple Mac and AnnabelFrom the Hardcover edition.

Flamehammer
This was another one of Margaret Truman's gems in the Capital Crime series. I had set out to read all 24 books in the series in order and was able to accomplish the journey. It was fun making friends with some of the same characters from the previous books. Sadly the journey came to an end with the publication of the final episode shortly after her death. I will enjoy reading these books again in the future, after a period of time has gone by so that I won't fully remember the story lines.
Malahelm
My mom loves this author.
Ghile
Have read many of her books and have not been disappointed The fact she was raised in t h e White house was an added source for her in her writing.
Manona
Margaret Truman is a very talented writter. She describes things down to the smallest detail. She does employ too many characters however and sometimes one gets lost in the plot trying to remember which character she is writing about. I do however like the fact that she keeps some characters constant, like the Smiths. In this book,however, she casually glosses over the killing off of a large number of characters that she has gone into detail to describe. In one instance, she doesn't even describe the murder. It was just referred to as, Oh yes, he is dead too. Still love the whole series, and will continue to read them.
Walan
I love all her books enough said
Anazan
can't put down her books
Fearlessdweller
The book was too long and dragged.
I am a fan of Margaret Truman's Capital Crimes. This one was one of her best.
The book arrived on time and in good condition.