One death is just the beginning.
Corrie, Edie, and Dawn are awakened to terrible news: a student has been killed on campus. They instantly suspect a faerie killer—but with no evidence and no suspects, it’s difficult to come to any conclusions.
Among the other students, rumors swirl. Why is no one investigating this death? Why was the dead girl so reclusive? Where are the police, her family, any suspects? It’s finally time for the students to ask the questions they have been unable to ask for years. Answers come with difficulty… but, in time, they come.
When all is known and the dust is settled, will this death be the end of Chatoyant College?
5 thoughts on “Chatoyant College Book 13 starts Thursday!”
“It’s finally time to ask the questions they have been unable to ask for years.”
=> for years? they just came there not even a year before… 😛
Oh! That sentence is supposed to refer to the other students, not Corrie, Dawn, and Edie (who have been perfectly capable of asking the questions, and finding answers, too). Hmm, do you think it would be clearer if I broke the paragraphs in a different place?
Ah, that makes sense.
Hmmm, you could break before: “Among the other students…” and then continue with that sentence … or maybe amend “students” instead of “they”?