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A pretty French student is found dead in her room at an exclusive Oxford college. Everyone thinks it is another tragic case of accidental drug overdose. 

But Detective Hillary Greene has a nose for the truth. She quickly discovers that the student was involved in some very unusual activities. 

With a shocking cause of death found, the case becomes a high-profile murder investigation. Adding to the pressure, Hillary's nemesis is transferred to work with her at the station. Can Hillary keep her cool and get justice for the unfortunate student?

©2017 Faith Martin (P)2018 Tantor

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england, law-enforcement, murder-investigation

I've read later books in this series and I can honestly tell you that they are are absolutely impressive as stand-alones. I decided to go back to the beginning so I could see how the DI Greene grew and developed her native skills and I am glad that I did. She is gifted with several rare talents: (un)common sense, and acute observation. This is a very tricky assignment full of misdirection, plot twists, and red herrings, but it is so worth it!
Gemma Dawson gives a fine audio interpretation as narrator.

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Studying English Lit at Oxford -
this is how our detective spent her youth. So who better to
head the murder case of an Orford student? It will reward the listener to.pay attention.

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