Larceny and murder

Kit Marshall, the protagonist in a series of books by Boston College alumna Colleen Shogan, is back with a new mystery to solve in Larceny at the Library. The day after the opening of an exhibition of the contents of Abraham Lincoln’s pockets the night he was assassinated, a person is found dead and several invaluable artifacts have gone missing. Marshall’s sleuthing takes to her to Washington, DC locales such the Library of Congress, National Portrait Gallery, and Ford’s Theatre. Shogan is a senior vice president and director of the David M. Rubenstein Center at the White House Historical Association. She previously worked at the Library of Congress. Shogan’s other books include K Street Killing, Homicide and the House, and Stabbing in the Senate.

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