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by Ralph M. McInerny

eBook Irish Tenure: A Mystery Set at the University of Notre Dame epub
  • ISBN: 0312203454
  • Author: Ralph M. McInerny
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Mystery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Minotaur Books; 1st edition (November 1999)
  • Pages: 246 pages
  • ePUB size: 1120 kb
  • FB2 size 1485 kb
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In the University of Notre Dame's philosophy department two young scholars, Amanda Pick and Hans Wiener. This is a mystery that fans of . Chesterton will especially enjoy. The story revolves around the discovery at Notre Dame University of an unpublished Father Brown story.

In the University of Notre Dame's philosophy department two young scholars, Amanda Pick and Hans Wiener. References to Chesterton abound, and there's lots of GKC trivia that will appeal to Chestertonians. All this, combined with Ralph McInerny's usual satirical wit, makes for very entertaining reading.

Displaying Ralph McInerny's trademark wit and intelligence, Irish Tenure . In the University of Notre Dame's philosophy department two young scholars, Amanda Pick and Hans Wiener, are competing for the same tenure position.

Displaying Ralph McInerny's trademark wit and intelligence, Irish Tenure is another clever romp through the hallowed halls of academia, and once again demonstrates why McInerny is considered a master of the mystery form.

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Ralph McInerny is the author of more than forty of books, including the popular Father Dowling mystery series, and has taught for over fifty years at the University of Notre Dame, where he is the director of the Jacques Maritain Center. He has been awarded the Bouchercon Lifetime Achievement Award and was appointed to the President's Committee on the Arts and Humanities. He lives in South Bend, Indiana.

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THE BOOK OF KILLS ALSO BY RALPH MCINERNY MYSTERIES SET AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME On This Rockne Lack of the Irish Irish Tenure FATHER DOWLING MYSTERY SERIES. Father dowling mystery series.

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A Mystery Set at the University of Notre Dame. Set against the backdrop of an exciting Notre Dame basketball season, Irish Coffee will delight fans of both Notre Dame lore and of Ralph McInerny's impeccably plotted mysteries. Connect with the author. Roger and Philip Knight Mysteries (Volume 7). Ralph McInerny.

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Two scholars at the University of Notre Dame compete bitterly for a tenure position, much to the dismay of Roger Knight, who is friends with them both, and when one ends up dead, Knight must solve the mystery.
Comments: (4)
zzzachibis
This is a mystery that fans of G.K. Chesterton will especially enjoy. The story revolves around the discovery at Notre Dame University of an unpublished Father Brown story. References to Chesterton abound, and there's lots of GKC trivia that will appeal to Chestertonians. All this, combined with Ralph McInerny's usual satirical wit, makes for very entertaining reading. And the professor-detective Roger Knight is an unusual, likable and winsome character.
Jonide
"Irish Tenure" has some witty moments, but they are few and far between. As a matter of fact, the wittiest part of the book is the title! (Irish Tenure--tenor. Get it?) The puzzle centers on a long-lost story of G.K. Chesterton, and the political faculty catfights of academe. There are some dry little jokes scattered about, and some clever puns, but not much in the way of plot to involve us or characters to care about. In the end, it is a relief to put the book down. To phrase the final words of Ralph McInerny, "It's the only tenure that matters."
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I saw a copy of this book at the library and thought I would give it a chance. I didn't even get thirty pages into it. Irish Tenure has virtually no plot whatsoever and it rambles until the murder happens(almost 100 pages into it!). I won't read this series again.
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