Boy in the Water

Bishop's Hill Academy gets a lesson in savagery and murder in this masterful psychological thriller.

By Stephen Dobyns Read by George Newbern Fiction / Mystery & Thrillers / Suspense English, Unabridged 14h 50m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Description
							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 a lesson in savagery and murder.
Reviews

"Once again, Dobyns has offered readers a thriller that is swift and smart and very, very spooky." - The Washington Post Book World

"[Dobyns'] prose is fluent and the plot races along like clockwork." - The New York Times Book Review

"A shivery whodunit." - USA Today