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Habeas Campus (2002)

by Wendi Lee

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 037326447X, Mass Market Paperback)

Magic . . . or Murder

Angela Matelli had had some weird cases in her day -- but the world of voodoo, zombies and that ol' black magic is as strange as it gets for the Boston P.I., especially when it occurs on the ground of a prestigious Vermont college.

Dr. Don Cannon, professor of anthropology, is on the receiving end of some disturbing gifts: a voodoo doll, and a chicken heart. He's also witnessed a recently deceased student wandering the campus grounds. The rattled prof thinks he's either going insane -- or there's a zombie stalking Hartmore College. He wants Angela to tell him which.

Posing as a student, Angela learns more than she ever wanted to about the walking dead -- especially when it looks as if she's about to join them.

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"Angela Matelli grew up in a large Italian family in East Boston, leaving only to join the U.S. Marine Corps. Now she works as a private investigator, and her usual case involves the streets and scenes she has known since childhood. Her caseload has included some of the toughest adversaries around - kidnappers, terrorists, murderers, and her mother. But now she's been called upon to take on a new case up in the usually bucolic countryside of Vermont, on the campus of Hartmore College, and it may finally be the one that is too much for her skills."."Her client at the well-regarded school is a professor of anthropology specializing in the study of Haiti and voodoo. Less than a week ago, one of his students died suddenly of no apparent cause, and after that, he is sure that he saw her walking near campus. Since then, he's receieved two crude voodoo warnings on his life. Now Angela has to protect her client while tracking down the truth about the student's death - and possible reanimation."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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