The White House Pantry Murder (Eleanor Roosevelt, Bk 4)
The White House Pantry Murder - Eleanor Roosevelt, Bk 4 Author:Elliott Roosevelt 4th book in the Eleanor Roosevelt Mystery Series. — She's back... in her favorite role as first sleuth... and this time the indomitable First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt steps in to thwart a sinister wartime assassination plot aimed at destabilizing the Axis powers. — It's Christmas 1941, but the ever-present Nazi threat makes this holiday season one o... more »f the bleakest in our nation's history. In the White House, President Roosevelt and First Lady Eleanor prepare, not so much for Christmas, but for the arrival of England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill and his entourage, including Lord Beaverbrook, Lord Halifax, and Sir Alan Burton of Scotland Yard.
In anticipation of Churchill's visit, security measures have been dramatically increased. With anit-aircraft guns mounted on the White House roof and soldiers on alert twenty-four hours a day, the December air fairly crackles with tension. Despite all these efforts, an intruder somehow gains access to a most unlikely place - the walk-in refrigerator located in the pantry. To Eleanor's shock, her maid discovers a man's well-chilled body during her routine morning inspection of the kitchen. He is unidentified, but Eleanor shrewdly suspects that his plans included not only a midnight raid on the fridge but the double murder of the President and Churchill.
In the White House Pantry Murder, fourth in the acclaimed mystery series featuring his mother as redoubtable detective, Elliott Roosevelt creates a highly charged atmosphere of international - and domestic - intrigue.« less
Another funny insight into the Roosevelt's private lives. Elliott Roosevelt takes real historical events and plants fictional characters where his mom, Elinor Roosevelt solves the crimes. She is a great detective. All his books are quite humerous and fun "who dun its".
It is Christmas of 1941 and Winston Churchill is visiting the US. A body is found in the White House pantry and cannot be identified. Mrs. Roosevelt and helopers must find out the identity before they can find out how he got in the White House and why. Very good story