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The Principal Cause of Death (1992)

by Mark Richard Zubro

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It hasn't been a very good day. The high school principle is dead and teacher Tom Mason found the body. Since Tom had an angry argument with the dead man not an hour before, the police think he makes an excellent suspect. And an angry student now claims to have seen Tom near the scene at the time of the murder. With the help of his lover Scott Carpenter, Tom sets out to catch the murderer and prove his own innocence.… (more)
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It hasn't been a very good day. The high school principle is dead and teacher Tom Mason found the body. Since Tom had an angry argument with the dead man not an hour before, the police think he makes an excellent suspect. And an angry student now claims to have seen Tom near the scene at the time of the murder. With the help of his lover Scott Carpenter, Tom sets out to catch the murderer and prove his own innocence.

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