A Joanne Kilbourn MysteryeBook - 2011
"Joanne Kilbourn is preparing for a relaxing weekend at the lake with her family when she discovers that a colleague at the university where she teaches has been found dead in the library archives. The young professor--whom Joanne had known since she was a child--had been stabbed in the back. Ariel Warren had been popular with students and staff alike, and the brutal nature of her death sends a shock wave through the close-knit academic community. A professor accused of sexually harassing Ariel becomes one of the prime suspects, but Charlie Dowhanuik, Ariel's long-time lover and the son of the former premier of Saskatchewan, may be implicated by something he said on his radio show the day of her death. Howard Dowhanuik, Charlie's father and an old friend of Joanne's, asks the amateur sleuth to see what she can find out. Joanne takes up the challenge and soon finds herself at odds with a group of militant feminists who are as certain that they know who the murderer is as Joanne is certain they are wrong."--P.  of cover.
Publisher: Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 2011, c2000
Characteristics: 1 online resource (254 p.)