Lemaster is an old friend of the president of the United States. Julia was the murdered man's lover years ago. The meeting point of these connections forms the core of a mystery that deepens even as Julia closes in on the politically earth-shattering motive behind the murder.
Relentlessly suspenseful, galvanizing in its exploration of the profound difference between allegiance to ideas and to people, New England White is a resounding confirmation of Stephen Carter's gifts as a writer.
©2007 Stephen L. Carter; (P)2007 Random House, Inc. Random House Audio, a division of Random House, Inc.
"A compelling, literate page-turner that effortlessly blends a gripping whodunit with complex discussions of politics and race in contemporary America....In the richness of his characters, both major and minor, and the intelligence of his writing, Carter rivals Scott Turow." (Publishers Weekly)
"[An] irresistible - and highly intelligent - thriller. Carter strikes again." (Kirkus)
there are multiple names/characters thrown around to add to the weak story line that this book was actually quite painful to sit through, then to add to insult, the book would have you believe that the main character is this middle age person that can fight off a large dog at a moment notice
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