Monday, June 2, 2008

(46) Executive Privilege by Philip Margolin



I like a good political suspense thriller.
There you have it. My little confession.
I first was introduced to Philip Margolin a few years ago when I read Proof Positive. There is an element of CSI/Law & Order. I am addicted to those kind of shows. So I love to try to figure out whodunit.
Executive Privilege is about the President of the United States. And what kind of man do we elect to that position.
Dana Cutler is a private investigator that is hired to report on the activities of a young college girl. In the course of her investigation, she discovers that the college girl is having an affair with the President of the United States. The day after her discovery, the college girl turns up dead. And Dana Cutler is running for her life.
Was Charlotte Walsh murdered by the serial killer stalking the streets of Washington DC? Or did she become a problem that the President had to dispose of? While on the run, Dana Cutler, starts digging into the past of The President. Her discoveries take her to Oregon & more bodies.
So did he do it? Is the President a murderer or just a sleaze?

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