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In addition to a steady stream of D.C.-based mystery novels, Margaret Truman has produced seven books of nonfiction, including her bestselling examination of the first ladies, and biographies of her father, Harry S Truman, and her mother, Bess W. Truman. This is the fifteenth book in her Capital Crimes series, and many of these titles are in print in Fawcett Crest paperbacks. She lives with her husband, retired New York Times editor and writer Clifton Daniel, in Manhattan, going to Washington only rarely to make certain that she keeps up with its particular and sometimes peculiar tribal rituals and customs.
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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Smith, Mac (Fictitious character) Fiction, Reed-Smith, Annabel (Fictitious character) Fiction, Law teachers Fiction, Women art dealers Fiction, Washington (D, C, ) Fiction, Large type books