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Math Professor Sophie Knowles becomes involved in the restoration of the campus bell tower, which has been closed for decades, ever since a student died there in a tragic accident. Sophie is curious when history seems to repeat itself - one of her students, Jenn, who was chosen to play the carillon in the new bell tower is beaten and left in a coma. Are students associated with the bell tower cursed? Sophie is determined to get to the bottom of Jenn's tragedy, which may mean digging back in history and finding out what happened 25 years ago.

©2019 Camille Minichino (P)2020 David N. Wilson

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  • Beatrice
  • 02-08-2020

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This is an entertaining and well written series. I love Professor Knowles and wish I had had a math teacher like her. I love the way she puzzling through the mystery. I also like the respect she and Bruce have for each other. He supports her thrill seeking activities (solving murders) and she supports his (cliff climbing). They have have a great relationship and it doesn't overshadow the mystery. I look forward to the next book in this series.

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