Overnight Float

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Penguin Books, 2001 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Former CFO Rosemary Stubbs arrives at Sanderson College fresh from divinity school, still devastated by her husband's tragic death. She hopes to find solace and a new vocation as the college chaplain. But instead, she finds herself caught in the midst of campus intrigue and embezzlement. When the college treasurer is found dead in the campus swimming pool, the mounting tension highlights hidden conflicts and allegiances. It will take all of Rosemary's wits to add up the clues before the murderer gets her number.

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User Review  - moonshineandrosefire - LibraryThing

Two and a half years after giving up her successful career in the corporate world for a divinity school degree, Rosemary Stubbs arrives on the campus of Sanderson College - a women's college in New ... Read full review


User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Tired of all those mysterious campuses where the faculty never convenes except to swap bon mots and ridicule each others' scholarship as trendy, cheap, and false? Then you'll love Vermont's Sanderson ... Read full review


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Sue J.M. Freeman is a Psychologist and Professor of Education and Child Study at Smith College. Susan C. Bourque is Esther Booth Wiley Professor of Government at Smith College. Christine M. Shelton is Associate Professor of Exercise and Sport Studies and co-director of the Project on Women and Social Change at Smith College. Jill Ker Conway is President Emerita of Smith College and a visiting scholar in the Program in Science, Technology, and Society at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Munnings is a pseudonym for Jill Ker Conway, former president of Smith College, and Elizabeth T. Kennan, former president of Mount Holyoke College and translator.

Claire Munnings is the penname of Jill Kerr Conway, author of "The Road from Coorain," & Elizabeth Kennan, former president of Mount Holyoke College.

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