Margaret Truman's Murder at the CDC
A Capital Crimes Novel
Author: Margaret Truman and Jon Land
Murder and intrigue on the steps of the United States capital building pulls Robert Brixton into his most personal case yet, in Margaret Truman's Murder at the CDC
2002: A military transport on a secret run to dispose of its deadly contents vanishes without a trace.
The present: A mass shooting on the steps of the Capitol nearly claims the life of Robert Brixton’s grandson.
No stranger to high-stakes investigations, Brixton embarks on a trail to uncover the motive behind the shooting. On the way he finds himself probing the attempted murder of the daughter his best friend, who works at the Washington offices of the CDC.
The connection between the mass shooting and Alexandra’s poisoning lies in that long-lost military transport that has been recovered by forces determined to change America forever. Those forces are led by radical separatist leader Deacon Frank Wilhyte, whose goal is nothing short of bringing on a second Civil War.
Brixton joins forces with Kelly Lofton, a former Baltimore homicide detective. She has her own reasons for wanting to find the truth behind the shooting on the Capitol steps, and is the only person with the direct knowledge Brixton needs. But chasing the truth places them in the cross-hairs of both Wilhyte’s legions and his Washington enablers.
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Praise for Murder at the CDC
“A wild ride with sharp curves, twists and turns. Jon Land has super-charged the iconic Capital Crimes series, merging fact and fiction in this terrific tale that races out of the gate and never lets up.” —Sandra Brown, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Blind Tiger
Praise for Murder on the Metro
“Murder on the Metro starts with a bang and keeps on going at breakneck speed.” —Lisa Scottoline, New York Times bestselling author
“A roller coaster of a novel. Smart and fast.” —David Baldacci, New York Times bestselling author
“From sunny tourist beaches to Washington, D.C.’s secretive back rooms and board rooms, Murder on the Metro is a labyrinth of page-turning excitement.” —Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author
“Margaret Truman’s Murder on the Metro is a spectacular international thriller of intrigue and conspiracy that I could . . . not . . . put . . . down.” —Mark Greaney, New York Times bestselling author