When Alice Tonn leaves an enormous bequest to St Martha's college, the dons split into three factions, who all want the money to be spent on different things. When one of the dons is found dead, Robert Amiss must once again investigate.
©1994 Ruth Dudley Edwards (P)2010 BBC Audiobooks Ltd
Probably not by this author, but the narrator, yes.
Hmmm, can't think of any.
This is so awful, it leaves me speechless.
"Remember Jack says Gin isn't fattening!"
I first read this book the summer before I went to Uni (not Oxbridge I should say) and thought it was a hilarious sending up of the University world but couldn't be real.
I go off to read history and find out it?s all true! Alas not the Mighty Jack but the academic fashions and 'some' of the teachers are scarily real. This book is a fresher's essential, along with a good kettle and a toaster....trust me listening to Bill Wallis will help you see the funny side, when the essays pile up.
Ps btw I loved my time at uni as much as this book.... 100%
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