If Truth Be KnownLarge Print - 1985
Susan Franks, research director of the Association for Honesty in Government, was involved in one of its biggest cases. Law-enforcement agencies were suspected of circulating false reports on private citizens. Susan was to present her findings to a congressional subcommittee. After meeting Geoffrey Winston, she wasn't sure if they shared a dynamic attraction - or if he would use his position as a congressman to undermine the AHG: he had warned her not to dig too deeply into the matter. Susan did investigate further. When the case proved to have international ramifications, she desperately hoped Geoffrey wasn't involved...
Publisher: Leicester, England : Ulverscroft/F.A. Thorpe, c1985.
Branch Call Number: LPE FICTION WER