Ambassador Geoffrey James might be a British citizen, but when he dies on the night of a gala party, it's up to Captain Sal Morizio of Washington's Metropolitan Police Department to investigate. Despite orders to desist, Morizio and his lady love, fellow officer Connie Lake, know too much.
And what they learn on an international search for missing clues tells them a lot about corruption in high places—and the effects of caviar on otherwise rational people. . . .
About the Author
Margaret Truman has won faithful readers with her works of biography and fiction, particularly her ongoing series of Capital Crimes mysteries. Her novels usher us into the corridors of power and privilege, poverty and pageantry, in the nation's capital. She lives in Manhattan.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Get pulled into the lives of the well fleshed out and believable characters. Intelligently written with depth to story and characters
I do enjoy reading about the details of Washington DC that only an insider like Truman can provide. The story itself is engaging as are the main characters. A good read.