Why Isn't Becky Twitchell Dead? (Tom Mason and Scott Carpenter, #2)
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Why Isn't Becky Twitchell Dead? (Tom Mason and Scott Carpenter #2)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  71 ratings  ·  3 reviews
One would think teaching would be a quiet profession. But not in Chicago, thinks high school teacher Tom Mason when he hears that one of his students has been accused of kissing his girlfriend. As a friend of the boy's family, Tom is asked to help clear him, and the more he probes, the more it seems that something sinister is going on in the usually quiet suburbs of Chicag...more
Paperback, 189 pages
Published June 15th 1991 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published February 1990)
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Chris
3.5 stars. Good gay mystery in which high school teacher Tom is asked to help out a student accused of murdering his girlfriend. I really enjoy the dynamic between Tom and his partner Scott.
Amy
You know, I didn't realize it was a Tom and Scott mystery until just now. I believe I abandoned one of the other books as well.

I couldn't make it past the first two chapters. The writing is just horrible!

A conversation between two people. Tom (first person POV) would talk. Then the other person in the conversation would say a line of dialogue, then Tom would sum up what else the person went on to say. 3 times in a row in the same conversation. Let the character speak for himself!

Didn't care abou...more
Cecil James
Further tales of Tom and Scott. I love these books.
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Mark Richard Zubro is an American mystery novelist. He lives in Mokena, Illinois and taught 8th grade English at Summit Hill Jr. High in nearby Frankfort Square, Illinois.

Zubro writes bestselling mysteries set in Chicago and the surrounding Cook County area, which are widely praised as fast-paced, with interesting plots and well-rounded, likeable characters. His novels feature gay themes, and Zubr...more
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