Private investigator Dana Cutler and attorney Brad Miller have overcome more than a few daunting challenges and powerful enemies to see justice done. Now wicked threats old and new are about to bring them together once again. Convicted serial killer Clarence Little has escaped from death row in Oregon, and Brad receives threatening messages in D.C., where he is working for Senator Jack Carson, a high-ranking member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. A dead body, murdered according to Little's M.O., is found in the senator's Georgetown home, and Carson has disappeared. While Dana is in Oregon digging into Carson's shady background, a terrorist cell is poised to destroy a packed professional football stadium in one of the biggest attacks on American soil. As the senator's personal life begins to dovetail with the cell's evil plan, Brad and Dana will risk it all again to uncover the truth and save their country.
©2012 Phillip M. Margolin (P)2012 HarperCollinsPublishers
“A killer follow-up. . . . Phillip Margolin’s Capitol Murder is like a cold shower—it grabs our attention and gets our adrenaline running.” (New York Journal of Books)
“Margolin delivers another slam-bang political thriller. . . . A nonstop read. ” (Library Journal)
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There are several great characters in this lawyer series. The plots are interesting and fast paced. The narrator is pretty good too.
Margolin does it again, another Political Thriller racing to a great end. This is better than reality within the Beltway.
Though I'm not into legal matters, I like to hear about the maneuvers and intricacies of this field; these books do just that in a very simple and mysterius way.
Not quite, but I found it interesting. It was a clever spin.
Iam an admirer of his narrating style; however, this was not one of his best. Lethargic would be the way to describe this book's narration.
Surprising and different; I thinkkk the story is quite intriguing.
The author seems to have another book in mind, but I don't think that should be the ccase. I believe the subject is getting a little thin. On a separate note, what can we do to make the studios understand that the noise at the beginning of the books is nothing but a useless distraction? Not to mention those books where gthey opt to incorporate more noise in between chapters...! Really annoying!
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