Veritas



When The Hallowed Halls Of Academia Become The Stage For Murder, Newly Appointed Dean Beth Ellis S Search For The Truth Leads Her To Unexpected Discoveries About Her Own Heart For Beth Ellis, Grafton College And Its Faculty And Students Are Her Home And Family But The President Of The College Rubs Everyone The Wrong Way, The New English Professor On Campus Isn T Much Popular, And Beth Has Her Hands Full Trying To Keep The Peace As Various Campus Factions Quarrel Still, She Didn T Expect A Tenure Battle To End In Murder Sally Sullivan Left The Chicago Police Homicide Division And Returned To Her Hometown Where, As Chief Of Police, She Expected Her Greatest Challenges To Be Dealing With Car Accidents And Drunk Drivers But Faced With A Murder Investigation With Motives Than Evidence And An Inexperienced Staff, Sally Finds Small Town Policing Isn T As Simple As She Thought Neither Are Her Growing Feelings For Beth Ellis As Sally And Beth S Different Worlds Collide, Their Desire To Solve The Murder Is Complicated By Their Unexpected Attraction A Second Murder On Campus Places The Survival Of The College Itself, Their Tenuous Relationship, And Even Their Lives In Jeopardy.Veritas

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  • Paperback
  • 225 pages
  • Veritas
  • Anne Laughlin
  • English
  • 07 January 2018
  • 1602821240

10 thoughts on “Veritas

  1. says:

    Originally posted here at Yaoi Radius.You might be tricked into thinking that Veritas is a murder mystery that happens to have a lesbian subplot Or that it s a lesbian romance that just happens to contain a murder subplot Both assessments would be totally wrong well, not totally wrong but certainly off the mark In this one novel, author Anne Laughlin has successfully woven together both romance and mystery into one single work that becomes both genres without being overcome by one or the ot Originally posted here at Yaoi Radius.You might be tricked into thinking that Veritas is a murder mystery that happens to have a lesbian subplot Or that it s a lesbian romance that just happens to contain a murder subplot Both assessments would be totally wrong well, not totally wrong but certainly off the mark In this one novel, author Anne Laughlin has successfully woven together both romance and mystery into one single work that becomes both genres without being overcome by one or the other It is a tightrope act of genre balancing that makes the story only thatenriching and interesting Fans of either genre will leave satisfied and will not feel stifled by the presence of the other genre and it shows that one can have an enthralling story of murder and intrigue and also have an LGBT romance that isn t stuck on or cloying There s also the fact that the...

  2. says:

    3 1 2 Stars Veritas, is a nice old fashion who done it mixed with a bit of romance Murders surround a small community where the college is the life blood of the town When one of their own colleagues is murdered, it s up to the new Chief of Police to find the murderer Both main characters are likeable I enjoyed being in the head space of the two mains, the Chief, to investigate the murder and the Dean, to understand how the college is impacted The writing was good, but the romance was just 3 1 2 Stars Veritas, is a nice old fashion who done it mixed with a bit of romance Murders surround a small community where the college is the life blood of the town When one of their own colleagues is murdered, it s up to the new Chief of Police to find the murderer Both main characters are likeable I enjoyed being in the head space of the two mains, the Chief, to investigate the murder and the Dean, to understand how the college is impacted The writing was good, but the romance was just OK It s wha...

  3. says:

    I liked reading this book, it has a good crime mystery story The romance went a bit quick for me, though There wasn t much built up or desire flowing from the pages I missed that Good read, though

  4. says:

    If you think about it, stand alone novels are best suited for the lesbian mystery genre The obvious reason is that most readers of lesbian mysteries are also readers of lesbian romances in fact, they probably read farromances than mysteries In a series of mysteries featuring the same character, say Kate Halton in Helen Shacklady s delightful Liz and Kate mysteries set in the UK, we only get one chance in The Patterned Flute to see Kate meet and fall in love with Liz Sharpe In the seco If you think about it, stand alone novels are best suited for the lesbian mystery genre The obvious reason is that most readers o...

  5. says:

    This is a hard book to review Honestly I m not sure if it will be accurate to call the phrasings in the book to be bland, but it felt that way as I was reading I liked both lead characters and the set up of the mysteries are great for while I had a hunch as to who was really doing the killings, I was never entirely certain and I never saw the way things would escalate I mean, wow, it ESCALATED There are no explicit love scenes in the book, so I really was not expecting the scenes before t This is a hard book to review Honestly I m not sure if it will be accurate to call the phrasings in the book to be bland, but it felt that way as I was reading I liked both lead characters and the set up of the mysteries are great for while I had a hunch as to who was really doing the killings, I was never entirely certain and I never saw the way things would escalate I mean, wow, it ESCALATED There are no explicit love scenes in the book, so I really was not expecting the scenes before the final show down you know, the part when the villain has the damsel captured and is spilling the beans on his her evil plans to be so dramatic It really made me feel que...

  6. says:

    This was a quick fun read I d never read anything by Laughlin but I m very interested to readnow She has a nice, comfortable writing style and a knack for loveable characters I really liked the leads in this, especially Sally Also the mystery was quite good and the bad guy caught me off gaurd to say the least If I had any complaint it s the the romantic par...

  7. says:

    3.75 starsThough well written, the characters needed just a littleexposition for them to really shine Otherwise, this is a well written mystery with a romantic subplot that stayed where it was supposed to There are enough strings left dangling that this could turn into a series if the author wan...

  8. says:

    I liked the higher education setting The tenure discussion along with the decision can be very intense but murder, in general, not Both of the main characters were likeable A follow up with Beth as the college president and Sally solving crimes and Mae is a must.

  9. says:

    Very good see my review at

  10. says:

    Can you believe I ve never read a lesbian mystery story before This one certainly won t be my last The prose is painful at times, but the story is fun and I enjoyed the romance.

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