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Final Exam
     

Final Exam

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by P. F. Kluge
 

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When the body of a controversial feminist professor is found near a fraternity lodge in a sleepy Ohio village dominated by a small but prestigious liberal-arts school, everyone is stunned. But when more murders follow, we realize this serial killer wants more than a body count: s/he wants to kill the college. As the story develops--alternately narrated by the campus

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When the body of a controversial feminist professor is found near a fraternity lodge in a sleepy Ohio village dominated by a small but prestigious liberal-arts school, everyone is stunned. But when more murders follow, we realize this serial killer wants more than a body count: s/he wants to kill the college. As the story develops--alternately narrated by the campus security guard who discovered the first body and the college's deliciously pretentious president--it soon becomes clear that the killer may succeed.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016149110
Publisher:
Crossroad Press
Publication date:
12/28/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
867,570
File size:
815 KB

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Final Exam 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
AnokTe More than 1 year ago
This novel is a fun afternoon read if you love campus novels. Three narrators, a campus cop, a bombastic university president, and a loser English professor, give their perspectives on a series of murders that shake up the small liberal arts college that employs all of them. During the course of the investigation, many of the school's dirtiest little secrets are revealed, and some of them are really juicy. Kluge spends a bit too much time using his novel as a vehicle to discuss what the proper values behind a university should be, and the resolution of the actual murder mystery is a little bit weak. On top of that, he seems to be writing a novel about the "old boys' club" and isn't clear about whether he thinks that is a good or a bad thing. But "Final Exam" was a very entertaining read and I definitely don't regret the $4 and the afternoon I spent reading it!