Murder Misread

Murder Misread Statistician Maggie Ryan returns to her alma mater to consult for Professor Charlie Fielding who is conducting experiments on how skilled readers read She is invited to a celebratory luncheon with re

  • Title: Murder Misread
  • Author: P.M. Carlson
  • ISBN: 9780553293746
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Statistician Maggie Ryan returns to her alma mater to consult for Professor Charlie Fielding, who is conducting experiments on how skilled readers read She is invited to a celebratory luncheon with retired professor Tal Chandler But Chandler is found dead before he gets to the restaurant The police say suicide, but Maggie offers a different reading of the crime scene, cStatistician Maggie Ryan returns to her alma mater to consult for Professor Charlie Fielding, who is conducting experiments on how skilled readers read She is invited to a celebratory luncheon with retired professor Tal Chandler But Chandler is found dead before he gets to the restaurant The police say suicide, but Maggie offers a different reading of the crime scene, casting suspicion on Fielding, others in the psychology department and the dead man s grieving widow.

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      Published :2019-06-15T18:53:51+00:00

    About "P.M. Carlson"

    1. P.M. Carlson

      P.M Carlson taught psychology and statistics at Cornell University before deciding that mystery writing was fun She has published twelve mystery novels and a dozen mystery short stories Her novels have been nominated for an Edgar award, a Macavity award, and twice for Anthony awards Two short stories were finalists for Agatha awards She edited the Mystery Writers Annual for Mystery Writers of America for several years, and served as President of Sisters in Crime Besides reading mysteries, she enjoys working on her Victorian house and traveling She has lived in Guatemala, California, Maryland, Indiana, Paris, and Brooklyn Currently she lives in New York with her husband and a Belgian sheepdog named Nero Wolfe.

    827 thoughts on “Murder Misread”

    1. I can honestly say that I have not read the entire Maggie Ryan series of books, but I have read book 6 and now book 7. I had hoped that there might have been something to draw me into each of these murder mysteries, but to try and hold a reader through at least the first 50 pages, is a true challenge. Not sure if it is simply the way the book begins, because the writing style is so difficult to garner the readers concern enough to even care what is happening in the book. In Murder Misread, there [...]


    2. Set in acadamia , the main characters in this mystery have a love of words and science. They want to be able to help children learn more efficiently. In order to do that, they need to figure out how the best learners catch on to reading skills and how to teach those same skills to beginning readers. Who knew this would be a controversial subject?Of course any one who has spent time in a university setting recognizes the political turmoil and competitive atmosphere. Tal Chandler seems to have sur [...]


    3. A fairly banal mystery about killed professor turns into a child sexual abuse story. How do people learn to read?Don't bother.



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