Thursday, March 16, 2017

Seven novels that show how dangerous a college campus can be

At the B&N Reads blog Jeff Somers tagged seven novels that show us how dangerous a college campus can be, including:
Obedience, by Will Lavender

Three students enroll in a 200-level Logic and Reasoning course, expecting dull lectures. Instead, their professor assigns a project: use the clues he offers to find a missing teen girl from town within sex weeks, or she’ll be murdered. Is it real? At first, the students are pretty sure it’s just a strange project, but as the professor releases more clues, they slowly begin to harbor doubts. The investigation takes them places they really don’t want to go, and once the word “conspiracy” starts to creep into their discussions, the campus no longer seems like a very safe place.
Read about another entry on the list.

--Marshal Zeringue