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Roosevelt, Elliott, 1910-. Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano), 1882-1945.
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Confidant of millionaires and mobsters alike, Blackjack Endicott is summoned to Franklin D. Roosevelt's campaign office to investigate who is trying to blackmail the presidential candidate with compromising photographs of his son. Roosevelt's campaign office to investigate who is trying to blackmail the presidential candidate with compromising photographs of his so.
New Deal for Death book. New DEAL for DEATH (1993) Elliot Roosevelt. This novel was published after his death
New Deal for Death book. The author, Eliot (named after his maternal, alcoholic, grandfather), is a middle child of FDR, the 32nd POTUS, and Eleanor Roosevelt. This novel was published after his death. 910 . 990) It is a fictional story about his father in 1932 when FDR was campaigning to be president. Roosevelt's campaign office . Recently Viewed and Featured. New Deal for Death: A Blackjack Endicott Novel. The President's Man. Elliott Roosevelt. Roosevelt's campaign office to investigate who is trying to blackmail.
1993) (The second book in the Blackjack Endicott series) A novel by Elliott Roosevelt. July 1994 : USA Mass Market Paperback. In this second book of the exciting new series that began with The President's Man, readers are reintroduced to the dashing and mysterious confidant of President Roosevelt: "Blackjack" Endicott. Blackjack is called to California to find out who is trying to blackmail FDR and ruin his campaign.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1993. Books & Magazines. My Imprints On The Sands Of Time: The Life Of A New Dealer.
a "Blackjack" Endicott novel. by Elliott Roosevelt. Published 2001 by Center Point Pub. in Thorndike, Me. Written in English.
Elliott Roosevelt’s second mystery featuring Blackjack Endicott involves his troubleshooting . New Deal for Death by Elliott Roosevelt
Elliott Roosevelt’s second mystery featuring Blackjack Endicott involves his troubleshooting hero again with Franklin Roosevelt, who enlists Endicott’s help in suppressing a blackmail attempt. Though less compelling in its mystery than in its presentation of famous, privileged characters, the novel still makes for enjoyable light reading. New Deal for Death by Elliott Roosevelt. Of the stream of books appearing under Elliott Roosevelt’s name since his death in 1990, two have launched a new mystery series with a new protagonist, Blackjack Endicott, a wealthy Boston playboy and special agent for Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
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Roosevelt has lots of enemies besides Republicans; a powerful group of Hollywood movie men .
Roosevelt has lots of enemies besides Republicans; a powerful group of Hollywood movie men is among them-and his ideas on labor laws might considerably lessen their profits. Enlisting local gangsters, a plot is hatched to disgrace the nominee's California-based son Elliott. It misfires, thanks in large part to Jack, who has come to California with mistress Charlotte Wendell to protect his friend Roosevelt's interests.