1 edition of Murder, D.C found in the catalog.
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While investigating the death of the son of Washington, D.C."s most influential African-American family, veteran metro reporter Sully Carter discovers the real story--one that forces him to strike a dangerous balance between the city"s violent back streets and its highest corridors of power.
|LC Classifications||PS3620.U318 M87 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||2015010570|
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Praise for Murder, D.C. “The test of a crime series is its main character, and Sully is someone we’ll want to read about again and again When the murder victim in the novel is identified as the young scion of one of the city’s most wealthy and influential African American families, the story expands its themes of Murder and class, which lend it dimension.”.
The basics: Murder, D.C. picks up shortly after the events of The Ways of the Dead (one of my favorite reads of ), and it contains some spoilers from that novel. Here, Billy Ellison, the only son of DC's most influential black family is found dead in Frenchman's Bend, an /5.
Reporter Sully Carter returns in a thrilling murder mystery of race, wealth, and family secrets When Billy Ellison, the son Murder Washington, D.C.'s most influential African-American family, is found dead in the Potomac near a violent drug haven, reporter Sully Carter knows it's time to start asking some serious questions--no matter what the consequences.
Reporter Sully Carter returns in a thrilling murder mystery of race, wealth, and family secrets When Billy Ellison, the son of Washington, D.C.'s most influential African-American family, is found dead in the Potomac near a violent drug haven, reporter Sully Carter knows it's time to start asking some serious questions--no matter what the.
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While investigating the death of the son of Washington, D.C.'s most influential African-American family, veteran metro reporter Sully Carter discovers the real story--one that forces him to strike a dangerous balance between the city's violent back streets and its highest corridors of power.
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James James St. James’s memoir relives his days as a club kid in the s, and how that led. When the murder victim in the novel is identified as the young scion of one of the city's most wealthy and influential African American families, the story expands its themes of race and class, which lend it dimension." -- Lisa Scottoline, The Washington Post Reporter Sully Carter returns in a thrilling murder mystery of race, wealth.
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A boy is found murdered on the grounds of an all-girl boarding school, and the only lead Detective Stephen Moran has is a note on a bulletin board that says, “I know who killed him.”. This book’s events take place a couple years after those of its predecessor—which puts them at the hinge of the millennium, as some D.C.
neighborhoods were still in the throes of the drug trade. A young gay African-American man named Billy Ellison is found dead along the Potomac River basin with a. First book of the series. Jim Richards has reluctantly turn sixty and has just quit his job as a security guard.
He describes himself as "I live in my old bedroom in my parents house, lousy credit score, over-weight, balding, gray beard, I drink at least 8 beers a night, I. Murder Book Home About Episodes Contact Advertise RSS Feed Home About Episodes Contact Advertise RSS Feed.
Murder Book episodes. SEASON ONE: THE TELLTALE BULLET. Sep 2, Chapter The Long Road to Justice. Sep 2, Sep 2, Chapter The View From the Jury Box. I really enjoyed Tucker's first book and was looking forward to his just released second novel - Murder, D.C.
Sully knows there's more to the story when Billy Ellison, son of one of Washington's most wealthy, influential and revered black families, is found dead in a park known for gang and drug activity/5(7).Murder, D.C.
finds newspaper reporter Sully Carter fighting the twin demons of a lost love and the solace afforded by expensive bourbon. His sense of personal loss affords him a certain degree of courage and he fearlessly walks into dangerous situations that offer the possibilities of great stories.