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Book Review of A First Class Murder (Eleanor Roosevelt, Bk 9)

A First Class Murder (Eleanor Roosevelt, Bk 9)
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With horns blasting and crowds cheering the great luxury liner Normandie steams out into the Atlantic, her elegant staterooms graced by the rich and famous of the world, including America's First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt. But the trip takes a deadly turn when the Russian ambassador dies and suspiciion focuses on his beautiful young traveling companion, a Russian ballerina. From the Grand Salon to the Grill Room, everyone's a suspect until Eleanor can separate a lover's spat from something more diabolical. So with an assist from the handsome young son of the US Amabassador to the Court of St. James, John F. Kennedy, the First Lady takes on another case.

History blended with mystery.

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