The Math Teacher is Dead

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Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Danny Vandervere has the world on a string: beautiful, athletic, intelligent, rich, popular; but the string starts to unravel when Danny trips over the corpse of his math teacher in the woods. As senior year progresses, more deaths and accidents occur, all with Danny Vandervere in common. Danny learns, perhaps too late, that having it all can be dangerous.
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About Robert Manners

Robert Manners was born on the Fort Ord Army Base, longer ago than he cares to admit, and grew up in Oakland, Twain Harte, and Concord, California. He is a graduate of San Francisco State University and currently earns his daily bread as an administrative assistant for a social-services nonprofit.

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Andre Savoie reviewed on on July 11, 2012

Nicely done. A very engaging read. I wish there were more of your books available from you.
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jellycup reviewed on on June 4, 2011

Decent story, the quality of the writing could have been slightly better, but overall an entertaining read.
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chris abercrombie reviewed on on April 27, 2011
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This was a good book with lots of drama. Although at times it was fuzzy and filled with too much detail in the setting of the scene which made the direction the author intended his readers to take a bit blurry.
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Ito Fink reviewed on on Feb. 19, 2011

Very enjoyable story. Nice setting and just the characters everybody wants. Well - apart from the parents. The author is on a good way. Although the book needs a little touchup. Quite a lot of unnecessary adjectives, sometimes words that make reading bumpy and don't help and the name of the housekeeper changes in the book. All in all: Very entertaining - all thumbs up! Thank you for that nice book.
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Lizzy reviewed on on Jan. 7, 2011

This is one of the best books I have read in awhile. It was thought provoking, and still sweet, showered with just the right amount of drama, and enticing characters. My favorite character must have been Ash; he was beatiful, sweet, and disturbed. -laugh- All joking aside, this has made its way up my list of favorites, and now sits comfortably in both my online library, and in two different formats on my laptop. I sincerely urge the author to continue his genious, although, since he's on this site to begin with, I doubt he needs the opinion of a critic like myself.
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