A center of intellectual life, the Library of Congress is home to millions of invaluable books, manuscripts, and maps as well as some of the world’s leading Librarians and scholars. So when a world-renowned expert is found murdered at his desk, the Library’s reputation is at stake.
Has a legendary dairy by one of columbus’s companion really turned up? Why, eight years earlier, did another of the library’s Hispanic scholars disappear under mysterious circumstances? What is the role in all of this of one of the Library’s leading benefactors? Annabel, Margaret Truman’s favorite female amateur sleuth, wants answers to these questions. She’s not the only one: an ambitious television news woman has been doing some digging as well. Some of the materials deposited in the library’s vast stacks have been catalogued, and an attractive young intern comes upon some surprising evidence that could provide some answers.
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