Written by President Ford's press secretary and a White House correspondent for USA Today, this mystery novel features a liberal female reporter and a conservative radio talk-show host who investigate the murder of a prominent environmentalist.
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RON NESSEN, a native of Washington, DC, was NBC's chief White House correspondent until Gerald Ford named him presidential press secretary. Previously he was an NBC News war correspondent during the Vietnam War and was seriously wounded by grenade fragments. He is currently journalist in residence at the Brookings Institution.
JOHANNA NEUMAN is a career journalist, recently with USA Today, serving as White House correspondent, chief dipomatic correspondent, and foreign editor.
''Great characters and a zing of a plot. You'll read it nonstop. Enjoy.'' --Larry King, award-winning televison and radio host
''Knight & Day is a story as current as today's headlines, with characters as contemporary as tomorrow's news. The gender chemistry of Knight & Day, their needling banter gives verbal foreplay a whole new meaning. A great mystery.'' --Steve Martini, New York Times bestselling author
''And you think Matalin and Carville are the political odd couple? Wait until you read Knight & Day! Here's a thriller worthy of the big screen. Suspenseful, romantic and funny in the Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy genre.'' --Kitty Kelley, New York Times bestselling author
''The husband-and-wife team draw upon their extensive backgrounds in journalism, politics, and media to debut their sensational new Washington-based novel.'' --Washington Times ''You'll learn much more about Washington from reading Nessen and Neuman than from six months of watching the McLaughlin Group or Capitol Gang -- and you'll have a hell of a lot more fun, too.'' --John Weisman, New York Times bestselling author
''Think of it. A Washington, DC, murder that's bizarre, funny, and clever -- fiction stanger than truth. Great entertainment.'' --Sam Donaldson, White House correspondent and news anchor
''Yes, they do more in Washington than spend your money and make you mad. They also commit murders and have a great time solving them. Join the excitement and fun by reading Knight & Day. It's a treat of a story.'' --Jim Lehrer, PBS news anchor
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Book Description Forge, New York, New York, U.S.A., 1995. Hard Cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # 004403
Book Description Forge, 1995. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0312855885