The General's Daughter by Nelson DeMille

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Here is an intriguing and sophisticated murder mystery of an upstanding military officer - the base commander's daughter - who's been leading an unsavory double life.

When a professional military woman with a pristine reputation is found raped and murdered, a preliminary search turns up certain paraphernalia, and sex toys that point to a scandal of major proportions, The chief investigator is reluctant to take the case when he learns that his partner will be a woman with whom he had a tempestuous affair and an unpleasant parting. But duty calls and intrigue begins when they learn that several top-level people may have been involved with the "golden girl" - and many have wanted her dead.

It's Nelson DeMille at his best - exciting, suspenseful and highly provocative.
 

About Nelson DeMille

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Nelson DeMille is also the author of Wild Fire, Night Fall, Up Country, The Lion's Game, Plum Island, Spencerville, The General's Daughter, The Charm School, Word of Honor, The Talbot Odyssey, Cathedral, By the Rivers of Babylon, and Mayday with Thomas Block. He lives on Long Island, New York.
 
Published April 1, 2001 by Grand Central Publishing. 512 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, War, Horror, Crime. Fiction

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After the wit and panache of his bestselling The Gold Coast , DeMille's latest effort may disappoint his fans. The author returns to his more customary stylish-suspense-novel mode but retains a smart-

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Estimate = Clinton Estimate - Dole Estimate = 49% - 42% = 7% .

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