Murder at midnight : an Eleanor Roosevelt mystery / Elliott Roosevelt.
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- ISBN: 0312155964
- ISBN: 9780312155964
- Physical Description: 216 p. ; 21 cm.
- Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1997.
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|General Note:|| "A Thomas Dunne Book."
|Summary, etc.:|| When a judge staying in the White House is stabbed to death police arrest a black maid, but Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the president, does not believe the maid did it. Her investigation reveals the judge was a sadist and a sex fiend and had many enemies, some in the White House. By the author of Murder in the Chateau.
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