Capitol Hell

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Xlibris Corporation, Jun 11, 2002 - Fiction - 471 pages
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Political reporter Steve Christy is in the midst of a major investigation into an allegedly corrupt Senator when suddenly his editor assigns him to cover a series of Capitol Hill murders. His efforts are rewarded when he finds a reliable source in an unexpected place ... and a stunning surprise that takes his corruption piece to unimagined heights of power. Along the way, Christy finds it as difficult to convince the police a serial killer is at work as he does unearthing the critical link among the victims.
 

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Points in favor of the book is that the “bad guy” is obvious from the beginning, but Pendal doesn’t try to pull any Dan Brown twists, instead sticking to the less-manipulative tack of allowing the ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter 1
7
Chapter 2
23
Chapter 3
43
Chapter 4
69
Chapter 5
78
Chapter 6
93
Chapter 7
105
Chapter 8
123
Chapter 17
266
Chapter 18
287
Chapter 19
303
Chapter 20
317
Chapter 21
327
Chapter 22
348
Chapter 23
362
Chapter 24
382

Chapter 9
159
Chapter 10
174
Chapter 11
187
Chapter 12
200
Chapter 13
212
Chapter 14
231
Chapter 15
246
Chapter 16
256
Chapter 25
399
Chapter 26
422
Chapter 27
433
Chapter 28
444
Epilogue
466
Acknowledgements
470
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