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The Square Root of Murder (P.C. Hawke Mysteries #5)

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When the Grim Reaper strikes the math department at a nearby university, P.C. and Mackenzie do some homework of their own and discover that almost everyone -- parents, teachers, and students alike -- had a motive to get this nutty professor out of the way.
Paperback, 131 pages
Published January 1st 2002 by Volo
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Bill Wehrmacher
Jun 26, 2016 Bill Wehrmacher rated it really liked it
I picked up The Square Root of murder because I saw the title when I was searching for audio books with a particular narrator. This did not have the right one, but I decided to listen to it. It was a good story that caught my interest in the first couple of minutes. In fact, I am planning to listen to some others in this series.

I was surprised, well perhaps that is too strong a word, at how much I liked this murder mystery, even though it seems to be targeted at a young adult audience. I was re
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Feb 05, 2011 Johnp rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Professor Dunaway, a nasty math teacher, is brutally murdered and P.C. and Mackenzie are back at it, searching for clues. Mystery #5 in this series is bit more interesting and a lot less hokey than the previous adventures. Not bad at all.
Steve Mickelson
Jun 23, 2012 Steve Mickelson rated it liked it
A fun who-dunit for kids and adults. I'm looking forward to reading more PC Hawke books. I listened to it on audio and love Jeff Woodman's naration.
Jen
Oct 31, 2008 Jen rated it liked it
Easy reading murder mystery. Probably good for smart middle-schoolers, but I don't really see high school kids enjoying this.
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Feb 15, 2013 Lauren rated it liked it
I'm generally not a big lover of mysteries, but this one was pretty good. Plus it was short, which was an added bonus.
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Nov 06, 2012 Sara rated it it was amazing
If you had read the title then yes there was a murder. Those who like mysteries you have found your book.
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Loved it! Keeps you going!
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