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D.C. Dead by Stuart Woods
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Mar 19, 12

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bookshelves: 2012, author-woods, genre-fiction, genre-mystery
Read from March 16 to 19, 2012

This is the 22nd in Stuart Woods' Stone Barrington series. I have now read 13 of those. Stone and his good friend Dino Bacchetti, whose primary means of employment are as a NYC attorney and a Detective Lieutenant for the NYPD, respectively, are both part-time consultants for the CIA. It is in this latter capacity that they find themselves tasked with re-investigating what had been declared by the FBI to be a murder-suicide, more than a year old, of a couple employed at The White House. In the course of their investigation they encounter several more murders and another apparent suicide. Stone and Dino, thinking they have it solved, prepare their report and make plans to return to New York, only to find new evidence that necessitates a re-start before they can finally put the case to rest.

This was a fairly good murder-mystery. Stuart Woods' fans will enjoy it. I recommend it on that basis.

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