Murder at Midnight

Murder at Midnight

An Eleanor Roosevelt Mystery

Book - 1997
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Judge Horace Blackwell is found stabbed to death in his room at the Executive Mansion, and Sara Carter, a black maid, is summarily arrested. Faced with the steamy facts of Blackwell's private life--his mob connections and the related death of a speakeasy bouncer--Eleanor finds suspects and motives aplenty. It takes sharp wits and common sense to solve a crime while serving tea to the ladies of the "crusade for decency", but can Eleanor save Sara from the electric chair--and save Washington from a cunning killer?
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997.
ISBN: 9780312155964
0312155964
Characteristics: p. cm.

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karen_a_flannery
May 05, 2014

The Eleanor Roosevelt Mysteries are a great way to escape into a mystery while getting a glimpse into life at the White House during FDR's terms.

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