❧ The Semester of Our Discontent (Lila Maclean Academic Mystery #1) free download ➛ Author Cynthia Kuhn – Loanexpress.us

The Semester of Our Discontent (Lila Maclean Academic Mystery #1) English Professor Lila Maclean Is Thrilled About Her New Job At Prestigious Stonedale University Until She Finds One Of Her Colleagues Dead She Soon Learns That Everyone, From The Chancellor To The Detective Working The Case, Believes Lila Or Someone She Is Protecting May Be Responsible For The Horrific Event, So She Assigns Herself The Task Of Identifying The Killer.More Attacks On Professors Follow, The Only Connection A Curious Symbol At Each Of The Crime Scenes Putting Her Scholarly Skills To The Test, Lila Gathers Evidence, But Her Search Is Complicated By An Unexpected Nemesis, A Suspicious Investigator, And An Ominous Secret Society Rather Than Earning An A For Effort, She Receives A Threat Featuring The Mysterious Emblem And Must Act Quickly To Avoid Failing Her Assignment And Becoming The Next Victim.Related Subjects Include Women Sleuths, Cozy Mysteries, Amateur Sleuth Books, Academic Mysteries, Murder Mysteries, Whodunit Mysteries Whodunnit , Book Club Recommendations.ISBN 1635110092 9781635110098 Alternative Cover Edition

    10 thoughts on “❧ The Semester of Our Discontent (Lila Maclean Academic Mystery #1) free download ➛ Author Cynthia Kuhn – Loanexpress.us


  1. says:

    Lila Maclean has just started her job as an English professor at Stonedale University She s just starting to make some friends with her colleagues and learn her way around but after a confrontation with a colleague she later walks in to find he s been murdered More attacks on professors follow the first bu...


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    I received this book free from the publisher through NetGalley I thank them for their generousity In exchange, I was simply asked to write an honest review, and post it The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising Even if much learning makes one person mad it need not make everybody mad Dorothy L Sayers, Gaudy NightNewly minted D I received this book free from the publisher through NetGalley I thank them for their generousity In exchange, I was simply asked to write an honest review, and post it The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission s 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising Even if much learning makes one person mad it need not make everybody mad Dorothy L Sayers, Gaudy NightNewly minted Dr Lila Maclean is in her first semester at Stonedale University She loves teaching is passionate about Gothic and Mystery writers, and seems frazzled by the unspoken publish or perish rule that the chair of her department seems to use to keep things they way they ve always been aka the old boys network and the less women in the department the better it is.for HIM.Lila s cousin Calista is a poet, professor and scholar of ...


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    This was the first in a series and the first I have read by this author Someone is out to get the professors at Stonedale And personally, I think the first professor was lucky to have lived as long as he did What a grumpy, opinionated old man The killer should have got an award for that one Ha Anyways, there are ...


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    Lila Maclean is excited to be teaching her first semester as a professor She s not so happy with her department chair, however, especially after he shoots down her idea for a course on mysteries and basically tells her to sit down and observe Walking into a department meeting a couple of hours later, she finds him stabbed to death on a table With rumor...


  5. says:

    Just finished this one and loved it In her first semester teaching at fictional Stonedale College, English professor Lila Maclean steps right in the middle of a mysterious murder Soon enough, Lila realizes she may hold the clues to solving the mystery and takes you on a journey of connecting the dots and dodging danger at every corner This whodunit kept me guessing until the very end I love that in a story The autho...


  6. says:

    This book was so much fun I enjoyed all the light hearted academic infighting as well as the protagonist sserious desire to research an unknown female mystery writer I will definitely be reading the next book in this series to find out where Lila Maclean s studies take her.


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The author of this mystery is an English professor at a small Colorado university, writing about an English professor at a small Colorado university However, nothing about the experience about working at a university rang true to me I also w...


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    Full disclosure I personally know this Author She is a professor at the University I attend, and she happens to be one of my favorites So yes, I have a somewhat personal bias towards her, but I will do my best to review the novel in a bipartisan way This was a delightful, light mystery In the mystery canon, I am sure it would be placed in the cozy category It has just the right amount of action and suspense and I found the use ofthan a few red herrings, while some were obvious, oth Full disclosure I personally know this Author She is a professor at the University I attend, and she happens to be one of my favorites So yes, I have a somewhat personal bias towards her, but I will do my best to review the novel in a bipartisan way This was a delightful, light mystery In the mystery canon, I am sure it would be placed in the cozy category It has just the right amount of action and suspense and I found the use ofthan a few red herrings, while some were obvious, others were not, very well done There are many intertextual references to real authors and their works that are highly interesting and enterta...


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    I received a copy in exchange for an honest reviewThis book missed the mark for me, I think my problem was to have wrong expectations I expected a cozy mystery similar to those I ve read before, but then set at a school and with a teacher as main character Instead I got a book about academic politics, literature and a mystery that was unsolvable unless you made a lucky guess I didn t know 90% of the authors the characters talked about, only one author sounded familiar, and I felt like I was m I received a copy in exchange for an honest reviewThis book missed the mark for me, I think my problem was to have wrong expectations I expected a cozy mystery similar to those I ve read before, but then set at a school and with a teacher as main character Instead I got a book about academic politics, literature and a mystery that was unsolvable unless you made a lucky guess I didn t know 90% of the authors the characters talked about, only one author sounded familiar, and I felt like I was missing something due to that I didn t really was interested in the literary talk, I wantedabout the mystery, but even that was lacking Then about halfway through it did got a bit better and t...


  10. says:

    I am not a typical mystery or cozy reader, and I read this bookfor the academic angle For me, therefore, Kuhn s book is, first and foremost, a terrific and funny look at life in a university s English department I felt like Charles Dickens or Jane Austen had written about a modern English department with all of its infighting, strange and lovably horrible characters, and politics, politics, po...

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