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On This Rockne: A Notre Dame Mystery (1997)

by Ralph McInerny

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When billionaire Marcus Bramble offers the school 10 million dollars to memorialize the great coach Knute Rockne, things get dangerously competitive. While debate rages over how to honor the coach, one trustee ends up dead. Now the fate of the football icon suddenly ends up in the hands of the Knight brothers: Philip, the private eye, and Roger, the brilliant Notre Dame philosophy professor. Together, these characters embark on the most clever and energetic McInerny series to date.

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A tale of academic intrigue in Notre Dame University. At stake is a $10-million donation in memory of a football coach and the infighting leads to murder. PI Phillip Knight investigates along with and his brother, Roger, a philosophy professor.

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