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The Fever Cabinet: An abandoned hospital, an antique contrivance, and a very modern murder (Professor Molly Mysteries Book 9)

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All Professor Molly wanted to do was teach literature. Instead she's just been named chair of her department at Mahina State University, and her department has been relocated to a run-down former asylum. She's buried in paperwork and her dean has assigned her to mentor the department's new "star", the prickly Fiona Spencer.

Fiona Spencer had her own reasons for relocating
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Kindle Edition, 209 pages
Published August 20th 2019 by Hawaiian Heritage Press
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Department chair Molly Barda finds herself trying to make sure new hire Fiona Spencer feels welcomed and integrated into the faculty at Mahina State. Fiona's husband, the headmaster of a private school turns up dead in a fever cabinet in Fiona's office left behind by the asylum which once occupied the building. Although police did not tell Fiona and her mother to remain on the island, motives existed for both to want him out of the picture. Will Fiona stay, will she follow the attorney's advice ...more
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As department head of Mahina State University, protagonist Molly has been deemed the person to make sure their new star professor from Oxford University, Dr. Fiona Spencer, is happy. But the good doctor quickly discovers a small college with budget constraints and an office filled with construction debris in a run-down former asylum.

Written in first person, the POV switches from Molly to Fiona where some overlap occurs. She relocated to Hawaii to be with her husband, Elliott, but things don't go
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Nov 21, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Professor and Department Head (and new mother) Molly Barda has her hands full as her offices at Mahina State University are undergoing a MAJOR renovation (behind schedule and over the non-existent budget.) Is it even possible that the building, an old hospital, is haunted? She also was the fortunate one to get a new hire into her department but that came with extra responsibilities, including making sure the new hire, Dr. Fiona Spencer, from Oxford, England, felt welcomed, included, and did not ...more
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Like Molly Barda, Frankie Bow teaches at a public university. Unlike her protagonist, she is blessed with delightful students, sane colleagues, a loving family, and a perfectly nice office chair. She believes that if life isn’t fair, at least it can be entertaining. Her experience with academic publishing has taught her to take nothing personally.