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Master of the Delta by Thomas H. Cook
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Sep 30, 09

bookshelves: mystery, spine-tinglers

Oooooo--I loved this adult mystery!! I even had to go back and re-read portions of it to see where I was misled. That's my sign of a great book![return][return]Jack Branch is a teacher at the local high school, just like his father. Except his dad suffers from depression which led to the "incident" (otherwise known as shooting himself in the head). Now the dad stays in his ailing plantation home and writes a biography of Lincoln. Jack is an interesting teacher--his favorite class is on evil in history and literature. Jack finds a student to "adopt" and tries to help Eddie, a student who is the son of the Coed Killer. So this is the story of Eddie and Jack, along with the other students in the class. The suspenseful novel doesn't end how you expect--so prepare to be shocked!

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