A Circumstance of Blood

By Jeannette Cooperman

Crime & mystery | eBook

Fr. Colin McAvoy, a young Scottish Jesuit, wants an equal mix of lower and upper-class boys at his new prep school, set high on the bluffs of the Mississippi River. His bishop makes it clear that he'll fund scholarships if Colin accepts a particular student, the son of wealthy donors, who just might be a sociopath. Colin asks his friend Sarah, an investigative reporter who's written a book about juvenile crime, to interview the kid, hoping for a way to reassure his faculty. Instead, one of his other students — wildly eccentric, irreverent, brilliant — is murdered...

Jeannette Cooperman brings years as an award-winning journalist and a longtime fascination with psychology and human nature to A Circumstance of Blood. Jesuit-educated, she holds a degree in philosophy and a master's in American studies. By day, she is the staff writer at St. Louis Magazine, where she covers the sorts of crimes and social issues that morph into fiction.




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