Murder in the Map Room
An Eleanor Roosevelt MysteryBook - 1998
A delightful combination of history and mystery, the Eleanor Roosevelt novels bring readers back in time as our most beloved First Lady scours the nation's capital for clues, while crossing paths with many of her famous contemporaries. Abroad there is war-at home there is murder... While World War II rages on, the White House is aflutter with preparations, awaiting the visit of Madame Chiang Kai-shek, beautiful wife of China's leader and a well-loved celebrity both at home and in the States. Escorting the powerful woman around the Capital City, Eleanor must balance Madame's nationalistic demands with the good of the United States. But diplomacy is made in the President's top-secret Map Room: the dead body a shoe salesman. With enormous amounts of opium in his bloodstream and a photograph of a beautiful Asian woman in his pocket, the dead man unearths more questions than he answers. Now the First Lady must map out a sinister killer with a twisted political agenda...
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, , ©1998
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: FICTION Roo
Description: 251 pages ; 22 cm