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Book Review of Murder at the Kennedy Center (Capital Crimes, Bk 9)

Murder at the Kennedy Center (Capital Crimes, Bk 9)
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With theatrical skill, Truman shifts her scenes
With each new change of lighting, you see different facets of character, different faces of villainy. In the end, nothing you assumed at the start holds true.
The Houston Post
Excellent characterization, a plot that is involved but not too complicated and a pleasing
writing style are combined in this latest mystery, novel. It's good reading by an author who seems to get better with each murder. . . . There are many more locations Washington for murder
to happen, and we hope this excellent author
will use them in subsequent novels.
The Chattanooga Times

"Truman does a good job of building an intricate plot. I could not guess who the murderer was
The Richmond News Leader

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