A killing spring : Joanne Kilbourn Series, Book 5. / Gail Bowen.
- ISBN: 9781551996134 (electronic bk)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: New York : McClelland & Stewart, 2011.
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Gail Bowen, winner of the 1995 Arthur Ellis Award for best crime novel for her last Joanne Kilbourn mystery, A Colder Kind of Death, is back -- with her most daring mystery to date.In the horrifying opening paragraph of A Killing Spring, Reed Gallagher, the head of the School of Journalism at the university where Joanne Kilbourn teaches, is found dead in a seedy rooming house. He is dressed in women's lingerie, with an electric cord around his neck. Suicide, the police say. A clear case of accidental suicide. But for Joanne, who takes on the thankless task of breaking the news to Gallagher's wife, this death is just the first in a series of misfortunes that rock her life, both professional and personal.A few days after Gallagher's death, the School of Journalism is vandalized -- its offices and computers are trashed, and homophobic graffiti are sprayed everywhere. Then an unattractive and unpopular journalism student in Joanne's politics class...
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