Synopses & Reviews
A magazine writer for the Library of Congress competes against a TV journalist in the search for a missing second diary describing Columbus' voyage to the New World. They uncover a link between the diary and the murder of a prominent Hispanic scholar at the library. Abridged.
About the Author
In addition to a steady, successful stream of D.C.-based mystery novels, Margaret Truman has produced seven books of nonfiction, including her best-selling examinations of the First Ladies, and of the lives of her father, Harry S. Truman, and her mother, Bess W. Truman. This is the sixteenth book in her Capital Crimes series.
Philip Bosco has won Tony's, Obies, New York Critics' Circle, and almost every imaginable acting award in American theater.