The Margaret Truman Memorial Reading Group - February Meeting
Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum
Margaret Truman Daniel (1924-2008), was known as a vocalist, television personality, mother of four sons, and an author of many nonfiction books and several novels. We remember the only child of Harry and Bess Truman by reading and discussing one of her books each month. In February, the Reading Group will convene to discuss Murder at Union Station, an entertaining mystery novel about the shooting of a mobster-turned-government informer shortly before a meeting with his biographer. The writer's quest to uncover the truth behind the assassination reveals conspiracies leading to the White House and the Soviet Union and makes him a target of the killers.
Fee Information: None; participants only need to acquire the book. Copies are available at the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum, at branches of local libraries, and online bookstores.
Contact Doug Richardson of the National Park Service for more information.
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