|Midlife Can Be Murder (2001) [Novel]|
by Jane Isenberg
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Series: Bel Barrett
Mood swings aren't the only hormonal hotspots in Bel Barrett's midlife -- now she's having a religious identity crisis...and a dose of Jewish guilt to boot! The fifty-something New Jersey community college professor never dreamed she'd run into former student Ashley Roberts -- a young woman she once may have wronged -- in a study group at her synagogue. So when the "accidental" death of a close colleague leaves Ashley distraught, Bel feels compelled to investigate the tragedy. But her good intentions land her in a wildworld of corporate espionage, dangerous personal and professional practices, and old-fashioned chicanery at a new internet company. When she realizes that a fatal indoor rock climbing "mishap" was really a murder, Bel's suddenly snarled in a deadly web that will take a Solomon to untangle...and a Samson to survive.
Original title: Midlife Can Be Murder
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives→ Amateur