Margaret Truman

Murder in the Supreme Court

Justice must be served when a chief clerk is killed in this mystery by the New York Times–bestselling author.
When Clarence Sutherland, Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court, is found dead, Lieutenant Martin Teller of the DC police and Susanna Pincher of the Justice Department are pulled together to find the killer.
It turns out that Sutherland had a lot of confidential information on important people, and any one of them could be responsible for his death. But one startling clue seems to implicate the high court itself: Sutherland was found slumped over in the Chief Justice’s chair. Did the clerk know something that the top judge, and perhaps even the president himself, didn’t want revealed? Teller and Pincher intend to find out . . .
From the daughter of President Harry Truman, an expert at depicting the details of life inside the beltway, Murder in the Supreme Court provides an intriguing peek into the world of Washington’s powerful justice system.
“Truman’s hints as to the real state of Washington are terrifying if true.” —Chicago Sun-Times
“A dazzling series.” —The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
247 printed pages
Original publication



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