The Case of the Defunct Adjunct: A Professor Molly Mystery

The Case of the Defunct Adjunct: A Professor Molly Mystery

by Frankie Bow

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ISBN-13: 9781943476022
Publisher: Frankie Bow
Publication date: 12/05/2015
Series: Mahina State Mysteries
Pages: 258
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.58(d)

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The Case of the Defunct Adjunct: A Professor Molly Mystery 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Connie57103 More than 1 year ago
Mahina State’s Kent Lovely is deceased after the faculty retreat when he was found with his face in the infamous, great tasting haupia cake. The first one on the suspect list was his co-worker in the music department, Jonah. Molly Barda wants to find out who poisoned Kent before her best friend may be next on the suspect list. What I didn't like about the book was the way this one department never took the "professors" seriously; going so far as to make a business classroom, to be used by Molly, look just like a kindergarten classroom. What I liked was the use of Yiddish in a Hawaiian-themed book. I also loved when Molly was in the process of paying for bras. Overall, the book was pretty good. I liked it. Thank you to Frankie Bow and Library Thing for giving me an e-ARC book free to read and give my honest review.
dibbylodd More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book, but after two of these stories, I am tired of the main character's situation working at a totally dysfunctional college. The mystery was fun.
psoccermom More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! I was caught laughing out loud. The sarcasm and humor are superbly written. I was hooked from the start and dare say forgot all about the time while reading. We all think of Hawaii as a paradise where everything is always in bloom and perfect weather with beautiful beaches. Molly, a literature Ph.D at Mahina University is teaching of all things business. Not exactly her dream job. And she is not a fan of rain and guess what, it rains a lot and with curly hair she is a frizzy mess and her clothes stick to her. Yuck! This is not exactly the paradise people think of but at least she has a job. She and her colleagues are going through a lot right now because of budget cuts, committees and working in the summer with no extra pay. Molly has been having trouble with a student getting violent in class and looks forward to a nice dinner out with her boyfriend Stephen for her birthday. Stephen stands her up and she ends up at her best friend Emma's who is also a professor of Biology at the university. Emma is one of my favorite characters because she is a hoot. She is funny, straight forward person who btw told Molly that Stephen the jerk would stand her up again. Meanwhile back at the university Molly and Iker, professor of accounting have been working on budgets and possibly inappropriation of funds in the music department. This is where Molly's life goes from bad to worse. Kent Lovely is the professor who oversees the budget for the department and seems to have a "special " relationship with a staff member who is looking the other way. I'm sure you guessed that Molly and Iker are told to stop looking into the budget. This doesn't sit well with either of them. Then they find out that everyone is to attend a retreat with all the trimmings to hand out the best teacher award. Gee, what happened to the budget! After everyone is seated and they are ready to announce the winner Kent ends up face down in his haupia cheesecake . Things spiral out of control when he dies and her best friend Emma's brother Jonah is supposedly the prime suspect. Now with the help of her friends Emma and Iker they have to solve this mystery before the wrong person ends up in jail. The adventure, mystery, and twists and turns in this book were so much fun. I loved being on the edge of my seat throughout reading and being totally surprised at the end. I didn't see it coming! I look forward to reading more by Frankie Bow.