Murder at Union Station
A Capital Crimes NovelLarge Print - 2005 | Large print ed.
When Washington's splendid Union Station opened its doors in 1908, the glorious structure epitomized capital stylishness. Today, restored and refurbished, the station is again a hub of activity where the world's famous and infamous meet-and often collide. Now the landmark locale becomes the scene of a sensational shooting whose consequences ricochet from seedy bars to the halls of Congress. Louis Russo, former mob hit man and government informer, is speeding south on the last lap of what will turn out to be a one-way journey. Two men are at the station to meet him. One is Richard Marienthal, a young writer whose forthcoming book is based on Russo's life. The other is the man who will kill him.
Publisher: Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2005, c2004.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: LGE-TYPE TRUMAN
Characteristics: 511 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.