Lethal Lesson [NOOK Book]

Overview

When Lysi Weston substitutes as school principal, she discovers two women plus one man can equal murder. Weston’s life leaps from a saunter to a sprint when she finds out teacher Jeff Green is involved in deadly extra curricular activities. The death of of a teacher catapults Weston into the role of sleuth and unwelcome assistant to Detective Molanski. Soon Weston becomes a killer's target.

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Overview

When Lysi Weston substitutes as school principal, she discovers two women plus one man can equal murder. Weston’s life leaps from a saunter to a sprint when she finds out teacher Jeff Green is involved in deadly extra curricular activities. The death of of a teacher catapults Weston into the role of sleuth and unwelcome assistant to Detective Molanski. Soon Weston becomes a killer's target.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011223716
  • Publisher: Nancy Curteman
  • Publication date: 2/21/2011
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 679 KB

Meet the Author

Nancy Curteman is the author of the Lysi Weston mystery series. One of her novels, Murder in a Teacup, won an award in the California Writers Club Jack London novel contest. Curteman, a native of Idaho and a former school principal, lives in California with her family where she is working on her fourth Weston mystery set in South Africa.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2013

    Excellent

    I couldn't put the book down

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  • Posted July 9, 2011

    Excellent novel. It's a good summer read.

    Mystery readers who like complex plots with lots of red herrings and unexpected twists will delight in Nancy Curteman's new novel, "Lethal Lesson." When Weston returns to her former school district as interim school principal, her intention is to enjoy a quiet respite from her high stress job in the corporate world. Instead, she has to deal with the murder of a young male teacher and the dark secrets that led to his death. Surrounded by "helpful" quirky characters, Weston embarks on the trail she hopes will lead to the killer. A pseudo voodoo queen, a motorcycle gang wannabee, a middle-aged female stalker and a romance addict complicate her sleuthing effort. An earthy detective adds a touch of spice to the story. The ending is a surprise that you don't see coming despite all the foreshadowing Curteman deftly provides.

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    Posted June 27, 2011

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