Murder At The Washington Tribune
A Capital Crimes Novel
"Truman can write suspense with the best of them."
"Satisfying . . . [a] solid mystery . . . a cautionary tale about ambition and a vote for journalistic integrity."
At the big, aggressive Washington Tribune, a young woman, fresh out of journalism school, has been brutally strangled to death-and the hunt for her killer is making sensational headlines. Then a second woman is found dead. She, too, worked in the media. For veteran Trib reporter Joe Wilcox, the case strikes too close to home: His daughter is a beautiful rising TV news star. Seeing a chance to revive his free-falling career, Joe spearheads the Trib's investigation and baits a trap for the murderer with a secret from his own past. Suddenly Joe is risking his career, his marriage, and even his daughter's life by playing a dangerous game with a possible serial killer . . . one who hides in plain sight.
"Ripe with suspense, Truman's mystery gets edgier with each page. . . . A captivating, fast-paced thriller."
"Hooks the reader immediately."
-The Ottawa Sun