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Final Exam

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Murder a college? Scorcese called it a superb mystery novel  

by P.F. Kluge

Who would want to kill a college? As a series of grisly murders unfolds at a small liberal arts school, that question slowly climbs the stairs. “Like some of my favorite movies,” wrote director Martin Scorcese, “Final Exam uses a classic genre and twists it into something new and compelling and memorable.”


252 pages


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    Final Exam dazzles from the first page and intrigues from the first shrewd twist of its plot. It is a superb mystery novel…a fine evocation of a unique place at a dangerous time, and of people whose lives hang suddenly in the balance. The suspense is carefully and smartly calibrated, but what makes Final Exam singular is its tough and witty portrait of an academic community under siege both from a malign force outside it and from within, as its own insidious histories and bitter secrets threaten to destroy it as surely as the killer who moves like a shadow across the campus. Like some of my favorite movies, Final Exam takes a classic genre and twists it into something new and compelling and memorable.

    — Martin Scorsese, Filmmaker

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