The Death of a Constant Lover

The Death of a Constant Lover

by Lev Raphael

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The Death of a Constant Lover by Lev Raphael

Academic politics turn steamy at the State University of Michigan when Delaney Kildare, a buffed gorgeous graduate student, starts making waves among the faculty. What's his story? What does he want? What will he do to get it?

Amateur sleuth Nick Hoffman, an English professor, finds his career and his happy menage with writer Stefan Borowski suddenly threatened by the turmoil spreading around Kildare. Where does it all lead? Scandal and murder, of course.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013284791
Publisher: Lev Raphael
Publication date: 10/15/2011
Series: Nick Hoffman Mysteries , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 726 KB

About the Author

Lev Raphael is the prize-winning author of twenty-one books in genres from memoir to mystery. An escaped academic, he's been a newspaper columnist, a radio talk show host, and currently blogs on The Huffington Post and reviews for the on-line magazine Bibliobuffet.com. His essays and fiction are taught at colleges and universities across the U.S. and Canada and he's done hundreds of invited readings on three different continents, from Oxford University to The Library of Congress.

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The Death of a Constant Lover 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
dalexb More than 1 year ago
Funny, well written, typical Lev style; likes to "hear himself", otherwise, enjoyable.
Binny0 More than 1 year ago
Academe has never had a chronicler as funny as Raphael, whose Nick Hoffman books are always a delight. First there's the narrator's witty, confiding, very human voice. Then there's the vast array of Dickensian characters. Add the hothouse atmosphere of any university and Raphael's clever plots that keep you guessing. I love everything about the series and this particular book, not least the relationship that's at its core. I'd stack this up against Moo and Small World any day.