Murder At The FBI Author:Margaret Truman The victim is found on the FBI firing range as two hundred tourists gape in stunned belief. The corpse is one of the FBI's own agents, which makes it doubly embarrassingly for the Bureau. — Russ Lizenby, a handsome, enigmatic loner, and Christine Saksis, a beautiful half-Passamaquoddy Indian from Maine, are the two special agents assigned to the ... more »case; and they pursue their investigation while trying to keep their love affair on an even keel. Their search takes them from Arizona, where the dead man's unit had been investigating a series of grisly serial murders, to New York's deluxe hotels and restaurants, and to Fire Island's gay community where a best-selling author has gone a little too far in researching his latest muckraking book.
The love affair between Saksis and Lizenby, forbidden by FBI rules, becomes strained even further by the appearance of Chris's former lover. He helps he put some very important pieces together which will provide a solution to the puzzle-a solution so shocking it might reveal and FBI more ominously flawed than even its most vituperative enemies could hope for.« less