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Before she started hosting dinners for Indiana University's Sociology Department at Pans 'N' Pancakes, Robbie never imagined scholarly meetings could be so hostile. It's all due to Professor Charles Stilton, who seems to thrive on heated exchanges with his peers and underlings, and tensions flare one night after he disrespects Robbie's friend, graduate student Lou.
So when Robbie and Lou go snowshoeing the next morning and find the contentious academic frozen under ice, police suspect that Lou might have killed him after their public tiff. To prove her friend's innocence, Robbie is absorbing local gossip about Professor Stilton's past and developing her own thesis on the homicide - even if that means stirring up terrible danger for herself along the way.
©2017 Edith Maxwell (P)2017 Tantor
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3 out of 5 stars
By Beatrice on 04-14-17

Formulaic

This is a typical mystery that follows the cozy mystery formula. The narrator didn't help. She makes the lead character sound like she's 57 instead of 27. It's not bad, it's just mediocre.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Debbie on 04-08-18

Series on a Steady Decline

While I love, love, love, artsy, beautiful Brown County, Indiana, I DO NOT like when authors use their stories to air their politics. It detracts from the book and this is the second I've listened to (Book three of the series), and the casual sex and anti- gun views of the author turn me off. The actual mysteries are getting way more far fetched as well, and the culmination of this story, really takes the cake, or pancake, as it were . . . it's sad, too, as I had others from the series in my wish list . . . but no more . .

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