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Who would kill a college Latin professor and cut her heart out? A jealous colleague? A union-busting dean? Or a student driven to violence by the treacheries of Latin syntax? Linnea Nil wakes up dead one day and discovers that, on the basis of her academic credentials, she's been assigned to Hades. She applies to other afterlives, but gaining admittance...
Who would kill a college Latin professor and cut her heart out? A jealous colleague? A union-busting dean? Or a student driven to violence by the treacheries of Latin syntax? Linnea Nil wakes up dead one day and discovers that, on the basis of her academic credentials, she's been assigned to Hades. She applies to other afterlives, but gaining admittance proves difficult. Linnea seeks the help of the poet Vergil and learns that her missing heart may be her ticket to redemption--unless the goon squad from Hades reaches her first. Dori Amore is reeling after her best friend's murder. She's even more taken aback when Linnea asks Dori to track down the missing heart. Can the heart put her friend's soul to rest? Does the task put Dori herself in mortal danger? And can she get something going with the cute guy who works in the morgue? Jan Underwood's funny second novel is a murder mystery, a satire on academia, and a love-song to the Romance languages.
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