Murder Is Academic (Cassandra James in Cambridge, #1)

Murder Is Academic (Cassandra James in Cambridge, #1) All Is Not Well At Cambridge University S St Ethelreda S College The Head Of The English Department Is Dead, And Professor Cassandra James Is Appointed The Task Of Running The Department Faced With The Choice Of Whipping Her Underperforming Colleagues Into Shape Or Losing The Much Needed Funding For The Program, Cassandra Resigns Herself To The Challenge However, When She Stumbles Upon The Former Head S Private Papers And Realizes That The Death Was No Accident, Cassandra Is Forced To Use Her Academic Expertise Of Solving Obscure Literary Puzzles For A Very Different Purpose Tracking Down A Killer British Praise For Murder Is Academic Cambridge Academic Christine Poulson S First Crime Novel Is A Triumph Of Suspense And Intrigue A Labyrinthine Plot Is Unravelled As Intriguingly As A Literary Puzzle Bodies In The Bookshop Magazine An Intriguing ReadPoulson Certainly Keeps The Reader GuessingThere Is A Lot To Enjoy In This Romp Through The Cambridge Commons This Is Poulson S First Novel, And She Creates A Strong Sense Of Place With A Narrative Style That Is Both Energetic And Engaging Sherlock Magazine A Fascinating Mystery..The Sense Of Place Was Very StrongThis Is Poulson S Debut Book, And I Just Hope That The Next One Is Not Too Long Coming Mystery Women

  • Paperback
  • 197 pages
  • Murder Is Academic (Cassandra James in Cambridge, #1)
  • Christine Poulson
  • English
  • 06 October 2018
  • 1906288399

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10 thoughts on “Murder Is Academic (Cassandra James in Cambridge, #1)

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here When a good friend and head of her department dies, Cassandra James takes over It s hard time for her because while some think her friend committed suicide, Cassandra thinks it s murder A lot of the story dealswith the pressures of working in a university, getting people to publish or perish In the end, that s the heart of the whole story.I found the book very slow, repetitive,and too predictable I did finish it, but I found myself skimming because I got bored It was okay, but it coul When a good friend and head of her department dies, Cassandra James ...

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The writing was dull and the story predictable It s a short book but hard to push through because the main character is so flat and boring...

  3. says:

    This was a decent first novel I must admit, however, that I m not a fan of pregnant women as a plot device and even less fond of childbirth as an event in this type of book Save it for the touchy feelies and just let the cozies be cozies.

  4. says:

    A nice debut mystery novel I very much liked the setting and the professor sleuth, Dr Cassandra James The book drags a tiny bit in the middle but builds to a nice climax in which the killer was not at all who I was suspecting I hope there arebooks in the series.

  5. says:

    Being an academic mystery fan I can t resist snatching them off the library shelves when I see them I should have left this one on the shelf The writing is not crisp and the story just did not hold my interest I did finish itjust.

  6. says:

    Great book oh the twisted plots and tangled relationships in the Academy

  7. says:

    just try to finish it The plot is not very logic just so boring.

  8. says:

    It seems to ge a summer of escapist reading A murder in Cambridge Conclusion not as satisfying as it could have been, but great atmosphere Definitely intend to read the sequel next.

  9. says:

    This one is better than Murder is Academic The story held my interestit was a good thing I read this one first.

  10. says:

    This is my favorite of Poulson s three academic mysteries.

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