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A Little Class on Murder Audiobook

A Little Class on Murder: Death on Demand Mysteries, Book 5

When mystery bookstore owner Annie Laurance is invited to teach "The Three Great Ladies of the Mystery" class at Chastain Community College, the sometimes sleuth discovers that all is not strictly academic in Chastain's hallowed halls of learning. And when a shocking scandal in the school newspaper erupts in a suicide and two violent deaths, Professor Laurance enlists the talents of her new hubby, private eye Max Darling, and dons her thinking cap to probe intrigue and vengeance among Chastain's faculty.
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When mystery bookstore owner Annie Laurance is invited to teach "The Three Great Ladies of the Mystery" class at Chastain Community College, the sometimes sleuth discovers that all is not strictly academic in Chastain's hallowed halls of learning. And when a shocking scandal in the school newspaper erupts in a suicide and two violent deaths, Professor Laurance enlists the talents of her new hubby, private eye Max Darling, and dons her thinking cap to probe intrigue and vengeance among Chastain's faculty.

Max and Annie, with dubious help from three of their own great ladies of the mystery - Annie's pixilated mother-in-law, a batty local dowager, and a Christie crime fanatic - learn that just about everyone at the school had means, motive, and access to the murder weapons. From the secretly boozing professor of advertising to the muscle-bound campus cad who barters passing grades for a little extracurricular activity, anyone on the faculty is a possible killer - waiting to strike again!

©2012 Carolyn G. Hart (P)2012 Random House

What the Critics Say

"Hart has a light touch with her characters, a fresh heroine in Annie, and a delightfully different setting!" (Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine)

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    Linda PITTSBURGH, PA, United States 04-18-15
    Linda PITTSBURGH, PA, United States 04-18-15 Member Since 2016
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    "One of the best in the series"

    This one is typical of many in the series, but I particularly enjoyed it. I like that it explicitly touches the bases for the elements of a classical mystery. Annie teaches a class on the 3 grand dames of the golden age of mystery, and receives help from the 3 grand dames of the local counties.

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    Eric L Aust Kansas City, MO United States 02-01-16
    Eric L Aust Kansas City, MO United States 02-01-16 Member Since 2016
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    "wasn't my best"

    its ok it not hardto get thrugh but it lackeda good plot... little to much comedy

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    M. Giorgi Trenton, NJ 12-31-15
    M. Giorgi Trenton, NJ 12-31-15 Member Since 2013

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    "The Answer was In the Classroom"
    What made the experience of listening to A Little Class on Murder the most enjoyable?

    The interaction of the characters. Never know what will happen next. An then there's dear Laurel.


    Which scene was your favorite?

    Laurel explaining her phone call from jail.


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