Murder At The President's Door
St. Martin's, Dec 2001, 23.95, 240 pp.
When President Franklin Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor moved into the White House, it was a shabby place to live. The furniture and curtains were old with most needing replacement, but with the country deep into the Depression, Congress refuses to authorize funds to redecorate the President's home. Thus the Roosevelts do the best they can with what they have.
While the President... Murder in the Blue Room
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt must deal with the murder of a beautiful White House Press secretary while juggling her role as the President's wife during World War II. President Franklin D. Roosevelt is host to a Russian delegation which is determined to change the course of the war and may know who committed the murder. He is also sequestered with Admiral King, General Marshall and Lord Mountbatten, who are planning the invasion of Europe.
During... Murder in the East Room
A senator cheats on wife numerous times. She ends up poisoning him to make him weak then slits his throat with a razor....