The Hyde Park Murder (Eleanor Roosevelt, #2)
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The Hyde Park Murder (Eleanor Roosevelt #2)

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Fiction. When Hyde Park neighbor Alfred Doolittle Hannah is accused of a multi-million dollar stock swindle, FDR is troubled and doubtful, but Mrs. R is determined to investigate the odd affair--especially since it threatens the upcoming marriage and future happiness of another Hyde Park neighbor: lovely 19 year old Adriana van der Meer. When Hannah dies in an apparent sui...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 1st 1989 by Avon Books (Mm) (first published 1985)
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Anne Hawn Smith
Eleanor Roosevelt helps a young girl whose parents want her to stop seeing the young man she intends to marry because his father has been arrested for financial scandal involving investments. She wants to prove that the young man has been framed. Unfortunately, the young man's father appears to have committed suicide, but Bob is sure that he has been murdered. As the plot develops other actual people like the newly appointed SEC Commissioner, Joe Kennedy become involved.

The plot has many twists...more
Susan
Eleanor Roosevelt was much more at the center of this mystery than in the first book of the series. But otherwise, they felt much the same. It's mostly the historical feel that is likely to keep me reading the rest, not the quality of the writing. The plot was fine, but the characters other than Mrs. Roosevelt and the president weren't really very well-developed.

Suzib
I've read several of this series off-and-on over the years. I decided to read them in sequential order. This the second in the series. They are fun, light reading and I enjoy the history mixed in with true events taking place in that era.
Linda
It's good to know the President and his wife! Fun mystery that has Eleanor Roosevelt helping solve a complicated murder revolving around the beginning of the SEC regulations with lots of real life characters.
Cindy
This was not one of my favorite reads. It dealt with market trading, etc. and there was just far too much Joe Kennedy for me. I like more Eleanor and less others as the story unfolds.
Janene
The Elliott Roosevelt mysteries are wonderful for letting you see into the life of Eleanor Roosevelt and the political times.
Phyllis
Enjoyed the historical setting and characters. Look forward to reading other Roosevelt mysteries
Steve Smoot
cute, too cute, and pretty jagged edges.
Georganne Neely
GREAT STORY! COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN!
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Elliott Roosevelt (September 23, 1910 – October 27, 1990) was an United States Army Air Forces officer and an author. Roosevelt was a son of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
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