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Murder on Campus
     

Murder on Campus

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by Hazel Holt
 

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A small university in Pennsylvania has engaged Mrs. Sheila Malory to teach a course on Nineteenth-Century Women writers, and so, with some reluctance, the widow leaves her home in the charming seaside village of Taviscombe to experience academic life in America. The semester will prove even more challenging than she thought, for no sooner does she arrive than a

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A small university in Pennsylvania has engaged Mrs. Sheila Malory to teach a course on Nineteenth-Century Women writers, and so, with some reluctance, the widow leaves her home in the charming seaside village of Taviscombe to experience academic life in America. The semester will prove even more challenging than she thought, for no sooner does she arrive than a colleague is found with a bullet in his head. The victim is particularly nasty, a man many would like to see dead. Lieutenant Landis, the lead investigator, just happens to be divorced, available, and eager to discuss Shakespeare. When he asks Mrs. Malory for help, he puts her in a difficult position. Should she assist him in his investigation, even if her efforts encourage his romantic interest? Sheila, who can't resist a good murder mystery, forges ahead. What she discovers will make her regret that she ever left Taviscombe. Murder on Campus is the fifth of Hazel Holt's Mrs. Malory mysteries.

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ISBN-13:
9781603811385
Publisher:
Coffeetown Enterprises, Inc.
Publication date:
12/01/2011
Pages:
188
Sales rank:
334,882
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.43(d)

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Murder on Campus (Mrs. Malory Series #5) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love all the detail she puts in her stories. You can almost smell the rain, feel the damp and hear the crunch of leaves underfoot. All the characters have appropriate depth and fit in just as they should. I was disappointed that she would be crossing the pond in this one, but there is enough discussion of "back home" to keep me happy.