A Sleeping Dog

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Nancy Kiernan, a Journalism student investigates a "cold case" murder associated with the university. When she is killed, her best friend teams up with Nancy's boyfriend to find the murderer.
Their investigation reveals more than a closetful of skeletons. None of the suspects seem like a murderer, but one of them is. More

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About nellie moran

I was born and raised in South Buffalo, New York.I attended St. Teresa Grammar School and Mount Mercy Academy. In terms of my college career, it can best be explained by the following anecdote. I said. "I have to get my college transcripts together." My best friend asked, "Are you having them bound?"
Despite my wanderings, I've managed to gather a B. A. in Journalism from St. Bonaventure University and a Masters in English Education from New York State University at Buffalo. I also have NYS Teaching Certification in Secondary English and Social Studies.
I have taught English for the last twenty-three years. The first twelve of those years, I taught seventh and eighth grade in Catholic schools and the last eleven years, I've taught in City of Buffalo public high schools.
In my profile picture, I'm the one in the hat.


Review by: Eclectic BookClub on April 12, 2012 :
We read this book for book club and it was enjoyed by everyone (this is not always the case). It generated some lively discussion and debate. Don't miss this book it is a compelling mystery.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Brigid Moran on March 23, 2012 :
I recently read "A Sleeping Dog" by Nellie Moran. I am more of a romance reader than mysteries but I found this book excellent. I read it in one night . Having attended a Catholic College myself in the 70's I felt a great connection . Without giving too much away I found this "cold case " riveting. My advice is to read it and you won't be disappointed,
(reviewed 31 days after purchase)
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