[Janet Neel] Death Among the Dons [physics Book] Ebook

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Stone Two students are molested a prominent professor is stabbed and the school is torn apart by the debate over whether to admit men As Francesca draws ever closer to the dangerous passions behind the serene academic facade award winning mystery writer Janet Neel brings us her most stylish and suspenseful novel to da. Enjoying this series The Cursed Hole of the Shinoda Family professor is stabbed and the school is torn apart by the debate over whether to admit men As Francesca draws ever closer to the dangerous Tusculan Disputations, I and Scipios Dream passions behind the serene academic facade award winning mystery writer Janet Neel brings us her most stylish and suspenseful novel to da. Enjoying this series

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Death Among the Dons

Throughout her career in Her Majesty's Civil Service Francesca Wilson has shown herself to be cool assured and supremely competent It is something of a surprise therefore when Francesca married now to Police Superintendent John McLeish and on maternity leave with their young son seems to be going to pieces Of course t. As anyone who spends any time with Inspector Morse knows university is a hotbed of marital affairs poisonous envy general iniuity and financial chicanery In short murder is to be expected among the donsWhen Samantha Wilson desperate to get a break from caring for her endlessly crying infant took a part time bursar job at Gladstone College she did not know she was in a hotspot of killings assaults and political rage She thought she was just going to straighten out a few books a couple of days a week In this slow burning book she gradually finds out how wrong she was Excellent mystery set at a woman s college noteworthy for its female centric point of view

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He baby does cry all the time and Francesca never seems to get out any Help arrives in the form of a nanny and an offer of part time work as the Bursar of London's distinguished all women's Gladstone College Combining motherhood and career seems to be the perfect solution for Francesca until the trouble begins at Glad. Francesca decides to go back to work after having a baby but is soon involved in a crime Her detective husband arrives to sort things out Worth trying


10 thoughts on “Death Among the Dons

  1. says:

    I am a sucker for crime stories set at university and this one delivers on that Also it's a women's college even better The main characters didn't really get introduced right away so that was a little disappointing Also it was pretty clear towards the beginning of the end who the culprit was and why But the writing is good

  2. says:

    As anyone who spends any time with Inspector Morse knows university is a hotbed of marital affairs poisonous envy general iniuity and financial

  3. says:

    This was a good read It takes place at a women's college in London which is in financial difficulties Early in the book the warden dies and a new warden and bursar are hired Soon two students are attacked on campus and then a popular senior faculty member is attacked Fortunately the bursar's husband is a detective and solves the c

  4. says:

    Francesca decides to go back to work after having a baby but is soon involved in a crime Her detective husband arrives to sort things out Worth trying

  5. says:

    Nice old fashioned England based mystery

  6. says:

    guessed in spite of red herrings good characters

  7. says:

    amanda cross in oxfordfrancesca doesn't have it uite together as harriet vane but she is a likeable character and the plot i

  8. says:

    A bit like An Inspector MorseLewis mystery set in a women's college I bought my copy at a Newnham College reunion where the author Janet Neel was speaking

  9. says:

    Enjoying this series

  10. says:

    This book in the series of Chief Inspector John McLeish and Francesca Wilson was not as interesting as the last two It was just too easy for the reader to figure out the guilty party

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