Murder at Cold Creek College
(Cold Creek #1)
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Print Length: 340 pages
Sheridan Hendley is a professor and psychologist, not a sleuth. When her colleague at Cold Creek College, Adam Millberg, is murdered, she is charged with helping the Detective assigned to the case. Immediately, her good friend becomes the prime suspect and Sheridan is motivated to help solve the case and prove Kim isn’t guilty. It also becomes apparent that Sheridan is attracted to the handsome Detective. As Sheridan tries to implement the crisis plan on campus and connect all the people in Adam’s life, she finds that many women have a motive for Adam’s murder. Slashed tires are the first indication that Sheridan’s involvement is obviously making someone nervous.
About This Author
Christa Nardi is and always has been an avid reader. Her favorite authors have shifted from Carolyn Keene and Earl Stanley Gardner to more contemporary mystery/crime authors over time, but mystery/crime along with romance are her preferred choices for leisure reading. Christa also has been a long time writer from poetry and short stories growing up to technical, research, and nonfiction in her professional life. With Murder at Cold Creek College, Christa is joining many other reader/writers in writing one genre she enjoys reading – the cozy mystery. Christa Nardi is a pen name for a real life professor/psychologist from the Northeast.
Blog: Christa Reads and Writes (christanardi.blogspot.com)
Good story ~ It kept me reading until the end. Sheridan Hendley worked at Cold Creek College. A week before school was starting one of the professors was killed in the work out room. The person was Adam Millberg. He thought he was a ladies man and had been married a number of times and dated most of the woman that worked at the college. There was a long list of who the murder might be. The handsome detective assigned to the case was working with Sheridan. Who could have killed Adam was it a ex-wife? ex-girlfried or who else is on the list? You will want to read Murder at Cold Creek College to find out.
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