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American Quartet (Fiona Fitzgerald Mysteries)
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Fiona FitzGerald, daughter of Senator FitzGerald and a Sergeant in the Homicide Division of the Metropolitan Washington Police Department, finds herself confronted with three gruesome slayings. Gradually, she senses a disturbing linkage. Fiona pursues her quarry through the political and diplomatic jungle, then back in time to a trio of presidential murders, convinced that a brilliant &and evil &intelligence is moving to make a trio of murders into a quartet. Set among the rich and mighty of the nation's capital, American Quartet ingeniously links past and present in a novel of transcendent suspense and authenticity. Critically acclaimed for its inventive and intriguing plot, American Quartet, the first novel of the Fiona series, was selected by the New York Times as one of the ten best crime novels of the year. Five successive Fiona Fitzgerald mysteries have followed: American Sextet, Senator Love, Immaculate Deception, The Witch of Watergate, and The Ties That Bind.
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In this first book of the Fiona FitzGerald series, four seemingly unconnected D.C. murders stimulate Fiona's sense of history as she delves into our country's dark past. In her search to solve the crimes, she uncovers the disturbing sexual and homicidal obsessions of a socially prominent but failed Washington politician.
About the Author
Warren Adler's twenty-five published novels have won popular and critical success all over the world, and they have been translated into more than twenty-five languages. Two of his books were made into major motion pictures, the classic "The War of the Roses" with Michael Douglas and "Random Hearts" with Harrison Ford. Three of his short stories were adapted as a three-hour trilogy on PBS titled "The Sunset Gang." The Lifetime Network is currently producing a pilot for a one-hour television series based on the heroine detective character of his six mystery books, Fiona FitzGerald. The series will be titled "Fiona." Kensington Press recently published his latest novel, "Mourning Glory." Mr. Adler's themes deal primarily with intimate human relationships &
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