Murder on the Potomac by Margaret Truman audiobook

Murder on the Potomac

By Margaret Truman
Read by Richard Poe

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The Capital Crimes Series: Book 12

8.86 Hours 1
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With this national bestseller, Margaret Truman escorts you through the nation’s capital she knows so well and reveals the power struggles behind the scenes. When an old friend is suspected of foul play, law professor Mackensie Smith finds himself pulled into a murder investigation fraught with intrigue, deception, and danger. Ever since Mac closed his criminal law practice for a teaching position at George Washington University, he has enjoyed spending more time with his beautiful wife. But Wendell Tierney, a financial force in the historic city, calls for help after his assistant’s body is found in the Potomac River. As Mac struggles to uncover the facts surrounding the woman’s death, the hard truths place himself—and his wife—in deadly peril. President’s daughter Margaret Truman offers chilling hints of the real state of Washington in this finely-crafted mystery. Richard Poe’s dramatic interpretation increases the tension as the plot twists and turns around every corner.

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With this national bestseller, Margaret Truman escorts you through the nation’s capital she knows so well and reveals the power struggles behind the scenes. When an old friend is suspected of foul play, law professor Mackensie Smith finds himself pulled into a murder investigation fraught with intrigue, deception, and danger. Ever since Mac closed his criminal law practice for a teaching position at George Washington University, he has enjoyed spending more time with his beautiful wife. But Wendell Tierney, a financial force in the historic city, calls for help after his assistant’s body is found in the Potomac River. As Mac struggles to uncover the facts surrounding the woman’s death, the hard truths place himself—and his wife—in deadly peril. President’s daughter Margaret Truman offers chilling hints of the real state of Washington in this finely-crafted mystery. Richard Poe’s dramatic interpretation increases the tension as the plot twists and turns around every corner.

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Author Bio: Margaret Truman

Author Bio: Margaret Truman

Margaret Truman (1924–2008) won faithful readers with her works of biography and fiction, particularly her Capital Crimes mysteries. Her novels let readers into the corridors of power and privilege, and poverty and pageantry, in the nation’s capital. She was the author of many nonfiction books, including The President’s House, in which she shared some of the secrets and history of the White House, where she once resided. She lived in Manhattan.

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Available Formats : CD
Runtime: 8.86
Audience: Adult
Language: English