Murder in the East RoomLarge Print - 2001
In this, the twelfth detective novel written by Elliott Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt is the First Lady of crime detection steadfastly seeking to protect the innocent and punish the guilty.The year is 1940. The world is being engulfed by the flames of war. The British have been defeated at Dunkirk and France is collapsing. While FDR agonizes over a third term and the White House is invaded by movers, shakers, and plotters, the First Lady can't help but investigate the murder of Senator Gibson, a man who was irresistible to women, including Garbo herself.Once again, Mrs. Roosevelt assumes the now-familiar role given to her by her son Elliott. In her own inimitable way, the First Lady turned sleuth gets to the bottom of a complex, intriguing political murder mystery.
Publisher: Rockland, MA : Wheeler Pub., , 1993
Edition: Softcover large print ed
Branch Call Number: Mystery
Characteristics: 246 p. (large print) ; 24 cm