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Posted January 4, 2010
Margaret Truman was very perceptive
Margaret Truman was very perceptive in her distrust of some federal government agencies, especially those which keep secrets even from the men and women who work there. Their directors seem to go off on their own to authorize "special missions" which are pet projects of theirs. Anyone below those directors are expendable. They look one in the eye and spout their own propaganda without batting an eye. I have believed for many years that one cannot trust anyone who has ever run one of these agencies.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
As with all her other books, the researchers were first rate and provided her with small details which add realism to her stories. I am now reading the 23rd book in the Capital Crimes Series and have recommended that many of my friends, especially my high school classmates who still live in the DC area, read the series. I made sure I have the entire set and wonder what next book will be able to live up to the enjoyment I've had from reading all of this series.
Posted December 20, 2002