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Murder at the B-School ***SIGNED***

Jeffrey Cruikshank

Published by Mysterious Press, NY, 2004
ISBN 10: 0892967935 / ISBN 13: 9780892967933
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Title: Murder at the B-School ***SIGNED***

Publisher: Mysterious Press, NY

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Signed: Signed by Author on Full Title Page

Edition: 1st. Edition, 1st. Printing.

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Synopsis: This riveting debut novel probes murder, pretension, and conspiracy in the halls of Harvard Universitys famed graduate program.

When the dean of the department summons him to a hastily called and unscheduled meeting, young assistant professor Wim Vermeer fears that his career has come to an abrupt end. But instead of terminating his contract, the dean hands him a sensitive assignment. The previous night, Eric McInnes, the second son of a fantastically wealthy family, drowned. While the death appears to be an accident, his family has some questions about the safety and lack of supervision on campus--and so do the police. The dean asks Vermeer to assist the family and work closely with the police, keeping a close eye on the schools interests all the while. But it isnt long before Vermeer realizes hes been set up as the fall guy for a very nasty coverup. Not only does the university want a heinous financial scheme hidden, but theres a faculty member whos been keeping some career-ending secrets as well. Embroiled in the middle of conspiracy and deception, Vermeer turns to Boston PD Captain Barbara Brouillard for help, and together the pair must discover a way to find the truth about McInnes death--without destroying Vermeers career.

About the Author: Jeffrey Cruikshank is the author and coauthor of numerous books of interest to practicing managers and readers of history. He has written histories of the Harvard Business School, Cummins, New England Electric, Herman Miller, Perdue Farms, and others. He co-wrote The Real Estate Game (with William J. Poorvu), Moving Mountains (with General William G Pagonis), Do Lunch or Be Lunch (with Howard H. Stevenson), and Breaking the Impasse (with Lawrence E. Susskind). He is currently working on a biography of advertising legend Albert Lasker and a History of the United State Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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