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Kesey College wants no part of the bad publicity that could follow when a co-ed is found dead on campus, so the instructions to student newspaper editor Mark Magnuson are clear: write about something else. But just when it appears the biggest story in the history of the Kesey Chronicle will be spiked by the college, the deceased's father calls offering a reward to anyone who can prove his daughter didn't commit suicide. With $10,000 worth of incentive and the help of his fiancÚ Rachel, Mark quickly learns that while the college says it was suicide, the facts point to murder.
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Karl Curtis first dreamed of becoming a writer while earning his undergrad degree in English and government at Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin. While a student, he was among the original group of editors for the Beloit Fiction Journal, now a highly respected literary magazine publishing some of the country's premier short fiction writers. His professional experiences range from carpentry to forklift driving to business writing, and he is presently the multi-award winning editor of a weekly community newspaper in Verona, Wisconsin, where he lives with his wife and two sons. This is his first novel.
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Book Description Goblin Fern Pr, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1595980180