5 edition of Murder at Union Station (Capital Crimes) found in the catalog.
October 26, 2004
by Brilliance Audio on CD Lib Ed
Written in English
|Contributions||Guerin Barry (Narrator)|
|The Physical Object|
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There's no place like the nation's capital, and as her myriad fans know, Margaret Truman always gets it right. "Murder at Union Station is a luxury express, nonstop delight. "From the /5(57). Two men are at the station to meet him.
One is Richard Marienthal, a young writer whose forthcoming book is based on Russo’s life. The other is the man who kills him. Russo has returned to help promote Marienthal’s book, which, although no one has been allowed to read it, already has some people shaking in their Gucci boots/5(56).
In Murder at Union Station, an ambitious writer becomes involved in a murder investigation when the subject of his upcoming book is shot moments after he steps off the train at Union Station.
Truman combines politics, mystery and a touch of romance in this page-turner/5. MURDER AT UNION STATION is a strong Capital Crimes who-done-it with conspiratorial elements that make for quite a tale as Richard finds his life spinning out of control just when he is on the brink of success.
He makes the tale work as he goes from /5(9). Murder at Union Station is a luxury express, nonstop delight. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY AUG 9, The Truman franchise chugs along with little sign of losing steam in the 20th entry (after 's Murder at Ford's Theatre) in this reliably entertaining series/5(7).
MURDER AT UNION STATION: A Capital Crimes Novel Margaret to help promote the book, the elderly mobster is gunned down in D.C.'s landmark Union Station.
Apparently, someone is .