Death of an Intern features Laura Wolfe, a tenacious beat reporter for the Washington Star. Laura follows her instincts in a murder case that looks like a serial killer and ends up at the door of the vice president of the United States. This murder mystery has an unexpected twist that keeps readers in suspense right until the end.
Keith M. Donaldson’s ability to craft a story and his knowledge of DC is frequently praised by readers. Jenét Dechary, of DC, says, “Newswoman Laura Wolfe is a modern, complex heroine to cheer for. Tension filled. Authentic Washington locations and dialogue to die for!”
“The flow of the words and story reminded me so much of John Sanford’s writing . . . his stories hook you in the first paragraph and the characters are so engaging. Laura Wolfe and her comrades have the same appeal and the intrigue of the story keeps you engrossed to the last page!” exclaims Lori Fisher of the Quarter Moon Bookstore in Topsail Beach, North Carolina.
Donaldson has also penned two other novels, The Hill People and Rude Awakenings. Donaldson is working on a second edition of The Hill People, which won finalist awards in “Politics”
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