Desperate to get tenure, assistant professor Nick Hoffman reluctantly organizes an Edith Wharton conference that brings together Rival Wharton societies. This conference is supposed to burnish his department's image, but the flaring academic egos ignite into murder. Nick is stuck with a career in ruins, not knowing if he's next on the murderer's hit list.
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About the Author
Lev Raphael has published twenty-five books in genres from memoir to mystery and his work has been translated into a dozen languages. He's given hundreds of invited talks and readings on three different continents, speaking at venues from Oxford to the Jewish Museum in Berlin. The author of hundreds of stories, essays and reviews, he's seen his work taught at colleges and universities around the country--which means he's become homework. :-) He blogs about books, art, and more at Huffington Post and books, publishing, and writing at Writing Across Genres.
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The Edith Wharton Murders is a solid second entry in Lev Raphael's high quality mystery series featuring gay professor-cum-detective Nick Hoffman. Perhaps not as engaging as the other Hoffman novels, this literary-themed murder tale will nonetheless please Raphael's fans.