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The White House pantry murder
|Series||G.K. Hall large print book series|
|LC Classifications||PS3535.O549 W5 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||331 p. (large print) ;|
|Number of Pages||331|
|LC Control Number||88005246|
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I liked it very much. I would recommend it to anyone. I was surprised that I could find this book at all/5(9). Elliott Roosevelt wrote a series of mystery books with his mother, Eleanor Roosevelt, as the chief protagonist, and The White House Pantry Murder is the only one available to date on Audible.
It is Christmasthree weeks after the start of the Second World War, and Winston Churchill is about to visit Franklin D. Roosevelt at the White /5. The White House Pantry Murder was an enjoyable book. I especially liked getting to see the scenes of the East Wing of the White House from the perspective of someone who lived there, especially just before Harry S Truman completed a thorough renovation between and when they found that the whole building was sinking, and the walls were.
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This time she must thwart a wartime assassination plot aimed at destabilizing the Axis powers. It's Christmasand while the rest of the. The White House Pantry Murder ’87; Murder at the Palace ’88; Murder in the Oval Office ’89; Murder in the Rose Garden ’89; Murder in the Blue Room ’90; A First Class Murder ’91; Murder in the Red Room ’92; Murder in the West Wing ’92; Murder in the East Room ’93; A Royal Murder ’ The White House Pantry Murder: An Eleanor Roosevelt Mystery Elliott Roosevelt, Author St.
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It's Christmas of ; the US has joined Britain in war against the Nazis; Churchill is conferring with Franklin Roosevelt at the White House, and an unknown man is found stabbed to death in the pantry freezer. Secret Service agents Gerald Baines and Domenic Deconcini are worried by the dead man's ability to penetrate the supposedly tight security inside and outside the White Houseand.
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This copy is a 1st ed. (as stated) and is inscribed by the author and signed by the author and Patty Roosevelt pages. (as shown) Red cloth Free shipping over $ The White House Pantry Murder (Eleanor Roosevelt, #4) Published December 31st by G. Hall & Company Large Print, Hardcover, pages.
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The White House Pantry Murder () Murder at the Palace () Murder in the Rose Garden () Murder in the Oval Office () Murder in the Blue Room () A First Class Murder () Murder in the Red Room () Murder in the West Wing () Murder in the East Room () A Royal Murder () Murder in the Executive Mansion ( The White House Farm murders took place near the village of Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex, England, during the night of 6–7 August Nevill and June Bamber were shot and killed inside their farmhouse, along with their daughter, Sheila Caffell, and Sheila's six-year-old twin sons, Daniel and Nicholas ted: Jeremy Bamber (then 24), convicted on.
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Then the maid discovered something quite remarkable in the walk-in refrigerator: a corpse.