Boy in the Water by Stephen Dobyns audiobook

Boy in the Water

By Stephen Dobyns
Read by George Newbern

By Stephen Dobyns
Read by George Newbern

Dreamscape
14.87 Hours Unabridged
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Another bucolic fall in northern New Hampshire, and the semester is under way at Bishop's Hill Academy. But the school year starts off less than tranquil. The new headmaster, Jim Hawthorne, has liberal ideas that the staff finds far from welcome. Serene on the surface, the ivy-clad, tree-lined campus gives few clues to the school's history of special privileges, petty corruptions, and hidden allegiances. But as autumn advances, the affable smiles and pretenses of virtue wear thin. And as winter closes in, students, teachers, and staff get an education in savagery and murder.

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Summary

Summary

Another bucolic fall in northern New Hampshire, and the semester is under way at Bishop's Hill Academy. But the school year starts off less than tranquil. The new headmaster, Jim Hawthorne, has liberal ideas that the staff finds far from welcome. Serene on the surface, the ivy-clad, tree-lined campus gives few clues to the school's history of special privileges, petty corruptions, and hidden allegiances. But as autumn advances, the affable smiles and pretenses of virtue wear thin. And as winter closes in, students, teachers, and staff get an education in savagery and murder.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“A shivery whodunit.” USA Today
“An enjoyably overstuffed thriller.” Kirkus Reviews

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Author Bio: Stephen Dobyns

Author Bio: Stephen Dobyns

Stephen Dobyns is the author of more than thirty-five novels and poetry collections, including The Burn Palace, The Church of Dead Girls, Cold Dog Soup, and Cemetery Nights. Among his many honors are a Melville Cane Award, Pushcart Prizes, a 1983 National Poetry Series selection for Black Dog, Red Dog: Poems, and three National Endowment for the Arts fellowships. Dobyns teaches creative writing in the master of fine arts program at Warren Wilson College.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Fiction/Thrillers/Suspense
Runtime: 14.87
Audience: Adult
Language: English