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Convinced that the key to the crime lies hidden in her dead student's thesis, Lauren races to solve the mystery while an escalating trail of misfortune ...
Convinced that the key to the crime lies hidden in her dead student's thesis, Lauren races to solve the mystery while an escalating trail of misfortune circles ever closer. Her department chair behaves suspiciously. A century-old local boat shop is torched. Lauren's best friend goes missing-and the unsettled relationship with her long-time lover threatens to implode just when she needs him the most.
Speaking of Murder was first runner up for the Linda Howard Award for Excellence in March of 2012.
Posted December 4, 2012
This book actually made me homesick for a wet cold New England spring. But there's more: murder, drugs, sex abuse all wrapped up in the quiet academic life of one linguistics professor, and presented with a good helping of caring and love. The only thing missing was someone ringing my doorbell with a few helpings of the food the characters get to eat. I hope we see Professor Rousseau again soon.