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The general's daughter / Nelson DeMille.

By: DeMille, Nelson
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Warner Books, c1992Description: 454 p. ; 24 cmISBN: 0446513067 :Subject(s): United States. Army -- Fiction | Women soldiers -- FictionGenre/Form: Detective and mystery stories.DDC classification: 813.54 LOC classification: PS3554.E472 | G46 1992Online resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information Dissertation note: 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.
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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.

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