A Brilliant Foul Ball

“Murder at the Library of Congress”, Margaret Truman.

A well-known researcher/scholar, a suspect, who is about to be murdered is interviewed by a reporter.  She is reporting on an art theft  possibly related to a rare book.  He is very uncooperative about questions.  They both leave. Two female researchers talk about the interview, one saying, “A brilliant foul ball.”

A foul ball in baseball is not playable as it is outside of the playing field area.



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