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Officers with the Supreme Court police discover a shocking crime--an anonymous person has smuggled a dead baby into the Supreme Court building. The tiny corpse is found inside the courtroom itself, up on the dais, right in front of chair #4. A mob of federal police investigates the break-in, including agents of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the Supreme Court police. But Officers with the Supreme Court police discover a shocking crime--an anonymous person has smuggled a dead baby into the Supreme Court building. The tiny corpse is found inside the courtroom itself, up on the dais, right in front of chair #4. A mob of federal police investigates the break-in, including agents of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the Supreme Court police. But it falls on Detective Sergeant Saxon of D.C. Homicide to find the killer.


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Officers with the Supreme Court police discover a shocking crime--an anonymous person has smuggled a dead baby into the Supreme Court building. The tiny corpse is found inside the courtroom itself, up on the dais, right in front of chair #4. A mob of federal police investigates the break-in, including agents of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the Supreme Court police. But Officers with the Supreme Court police discover a shocking crime--an anonymous person has smuggled a dead baby into the Supreme Court building. The tiny corpse is found inside the courtroom itself, up on the dais, right in front of chair #4. A mob of federal police investigates the break-in, including agents of the FBI, the Secret Service, and the Supreme Court police. But it falls on Detective Sergeant Saxon of D.C. Homicide to find the killer.

43 review for Whodidit in the Supreme Court?

  1. 4 out of 5

    Glen

    I won this book in a goodreads drawing. Somebody smuggles a dead baby into the Supreme Court, and leaves it in front of the seat of a pro choice judge. The FBI, the Supreme Court Police, and DC homicide try to solve the case. The FBI bungles everything. There was a time, I might have not believe it possible. Saxon, the homicide cop, definitely has a messy personal life, but manages to solve the case, if not some of his personal problems. Definitely not for strident pro-choicers.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Tom Denker

    I got this book for free in a Goodreads giveaway. This is an unbiased review. Other reviews talk about the politics of the book, but I can honestly say they were unnoticed by me as I gave up about 25% of the way in. I could have passed on the very blunt writing style if I liked the main character, and I could have passed on the bland main character if I liked the writing. But neither worked, and the plot didn't hook me either. I wanted to like this, but had several abortive attempts to get into i I got this book for free in a Goodreads giveaway. This is an unbiased review. Other reviews talk about the politics of the book, but I can honestly say they were unnoticed by me as I gave up about 25% of the way in. I could have passed on the very blunt writing style if I liked the main character, and I could have passed on the bland main character if I liked the writing. But neither worked, and the plot didn't hook me either. I wanted to like this, but had several abortive attempts to get into it and just couldn't do it. I decided recently that life is too short to finish books I'm not enjoying.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kirk Weikart

    A dead baby is found in the Supreme Court courtroom. Was it murdered? Died of natural causes? Aborted? Why is the FBI not communicating with DC Homicide? The book is layered in its complexity of analyzing the various issues at play. The writing is well organized and fluid. The characters are well developed and entertaining. Unfortunately, there are several developing stories that do not contribute to the overall plot. As usual, there are significant unnecessary passages regarding profanity and sex A dead baby is found in the Supreme Court courtroom. Was it murdered? Died of natural causes? Aborted? Why is the FBI not communicating with DC Homicide? The book is layered in its complexity of analyzing the various issues at play. The writing is well organized and fluid. The characters are well developed and entertaining. Unfortunately, there are several developing stories that do not contribute to the overall plot. As usual, there are significant unnecessary passages regarding profanity and sex. I would be interested in reading something by this author that does not deal with abortion, as the he has written a couple of nonfiction books about abortion also.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Sharon

    First, my thanks to goodreads and the book's sponsor for the opportunity to win and read this book. I entered the giveaway based upon the story summary listed for the book and looked forward to a police procedural/crime to be solved story which based upon type and location could be quite involved/intense. I however misjudged the story concept as there seemed to be a lightness to the activities of some characters that did not for me fit the seriousness of an infant's body being found on the Suprem First, my thanks to goodreads and the book's sponsor for the opportunity to win and read this book. I entered the giveaway based upon the story summary listed for the book and looked forward to a police procedural/crime to be solved story which based upon type and location could be quite involved/intense. I however misjudged the story concept as there seemed to be a lightness to the activities of some characters that did not for me fit the seriousness of an infant's body being found on the Supreme Court bench. Just did not work for me.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    A good mystery I won this first read from goodreads for a honest review. I entered this giveaway cause I like the description of the story. Police investigation of a homicide of a infant found in the Supreme Court building, who killed the baby 72 hours ago, was it the mother? or was it the father? And why? There was a second crime that same night someone drop off a corpse into the same building The Supreme Court. Who did that. I enjoyed the mystery of this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Nicki

    Amazing I loved it! Lots of action, good mystery and fabulous ending. I entered the contest late since I wasn't sure I would like the book. Yet I won and I am so glad I did. Yes the author is pushing us to look at abortion and the current laws around legal abortion. But the author also makes the FBI look foolish. It is fiction that can make you think or just read it because it is a good story.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    I won this in a Goodreads contest. It was ok. It isn't a book that made me stay up late to finish it. The premise of the book is intriguing. I thought the ending was abrupt and unfinished. I would have liked some closure on a few plot points or tidbits mentioned. Easy read with some funny moments.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Argum

    I won a free copy of this book from Goodreads First Reads. I enjoyed some of this book, but then it took a turn just to be a vehicle for prolife activism that didn't really suit the story or the style. It was just heavy handed and awkward as well as out of character for the ones who had these motives and words put in their mouths.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julie Mink

    A mystery set in the Supreme Court with the background of the Right to Choose debate. There is a dead baby found in the Supreme Court chamber and the book follows the hunt for the suspected killer lead by an interesting cast of characters. It is a quick read and does keep you reading to see what these folks will get into next and who put the dead baby there.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    I won this book from Goodreads, thank you. I thought the plot was new and interesting. The main character Det. Saxxon is definitely flawed and at times I read and shook my head but it was also what kept me interested. I would definitely recommend this mystery.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Interesting read. I normally read the Cozy Mystery genre but this was a fairly good book! There is murder and mayhem. There were some slow areas but overall pretty entertaining. I would definitely recommend this one. I will read others of this series.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Dianne Hurley

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