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With matchmaking and sleuthing to spare, staying out of trouble doesn't look likely when college professor Alison Bergeron is stuck on campus in Barbieri's most charming outing yet. Martin's Press.
Maggie Barbieri is a freelance editor as well as a mystery novelist. Her father was a member of the New York Police Department, and his stories about being a motorcycle patrolman and a beat cop provide much of the background for her mysteries. This is her fourth Murder 101 mystery.. She lives in Westchester County, New York.
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English professor Alison Bergeron may not have a degree in sleuthing. But that won’t stop her from making the grade in her latest crime-solving adventure…
St. Thomas, the small college north of New York City where Professor Alison Bergeron teaches, has had its share of scandals—on and off campus; among both students and staff; and, lo and behold, with Alison herself. So when one of St. Thomas’s resident directors goes mysteriously, scandalously missing, the administration wants to keep a lid on it. With only five weeks left in the semester and no time to interview replacements, Alison is tapped for the job.
“MYSTERY, ROMANCE, AND HUMOR BLEND SEAMLESSLY…REMINISCENT OF [JANET EVANOVICH’S] PLUM SERIES, THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED.”—romantic Times BOOKreviews
An alumna of the college, Alison knows all about living in the dorms. Even a short stay is like doing hard time. Her only way out: To take it upon herself to track down the RD and get back to the business of being a real adult—and have real sleepovers with her adult boyfriend, NYPD Detective Bobby Crawford. But, as she and Bobby are about to discover, the plot of this case is more complicated than, say, a Shakespeare play…and when it comes to solving crimes on campus, there’s only pass or fail.
“Barbieri aces this exam.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch