Dying Voices by Bill Crider

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First edition bound in black boards with gold title lettering on the spine.. A fine copy in a Nearly fine dj that has just a hint of rubbing to the rear panel

About Bill Crider

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Bill Crider is chair of the English department at Alvin Community College. He is also the author of the Professor Sally Good and the Carl Burns mysteries. He lives with his wife in Alvin, Texas.
Published December 25, 2012 by Crossroad Press & Macabre Ink Digital. 196 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Carl Burns, the author's outwardly wimpy hero who teaches English at fundamentalist Hartley Gorman College in Texas (One Dead Dean), is again trying to solve a campus-connected murder.

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Carl Burns, English professor at Hartlery Gorms College--a less-than-distinguished fundamentalist institution in Pecan City, Tex.--is none too pleased when college president Franklin Miller instructs

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While he has a few jitters regarding the start of the new semester he is very much dreading the upcoming Edward Street Seminar as their most famous alumni, Edward Street, returns to the small campus.

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