A Killing Spring by Gail Bowen.

About A Killing Spring: The head of the School of Journalism at Joanne Kilbourn's university is found dead in a scandalous position. Meanwhile, one of Joanne's students is missing and her friend Jill is not acting like herself. The fifth book in the series.

The mystery was good, the non-recurring characters were interesting, and the writing was down-to-earth. Many things happened in Joanne's personal life too, of course. Some of which made me sad. Full review: A Killing Spring by Gail Bowen

This book was my choice for Saskatchewan for the Canadian Book Challenge. Status: 11 books read, 8 reviewed

Also, K contributed reviews of Last Chance by Norah McClintock and Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery

A non-review post is coming soon. No, really.

Posted by Ripley on May 24, 2008 | Tags: book review, canadian book challenge