Murder in Georgetown : an Eleanor Roosevelt mystery
by Roosevelt, Elliott, 1910-1990.
Format: Book
Summary: IT'S EARLY IN 1935, AND WASHINGTON, D. C. is enjoying a mild winter. But from the bleak expression on the face of Eleanor Roosevelt's young friend Jessica Dee, as she sits across from the First Lady in a shapeless prison dress, Mrs. Roosevelt can almost believe that a frigid chill has enveloped the nation's capital. Jessica, a beautiful young Jewish woman who was smuggled out of Poland as a child, has been accused of murder. One of her lovers, Sargent Peavy, a member of the Federal Treasury Board, has been found dead of a gunshot wound in his Georgetown townhouse.
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Call Number: FIC ROOSEVE

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