The Etiquette of Wolves
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A sorority sister is brutally murdered, and a college student must track down her killer. More
“Fast-paced and compelling—this is a book you won’t want to put down.”
--Adriana Arbogast, author of Leaving Stage IV
“A story of dark secrets and murder, tradition and ritual—you’ll be up turning pages at night.”
--M.A. Carson, author of Beauty Is for Suckers
“Here is a gripping story about power and corruption, and the terrible price that some people will pay to belong. I could not put this book down, and I didn’t want it to end!”
--D’Ann Lindun, author of Wild Horses and Shot Through the Heart
Shame thrives in secrecy. And so does corruption.
Every August before classes start, the fraternity Alpha Tau hosts a party called Summer Premiere. Only the sisters of Beta Lambda ever attend.
After the party, the Beta sisters go home. But this year, one of them is dumped in the river.
Eight men walk away. They disappear in the woods of upstate New York.
And a university student is framed for murder.
Two years later, a girl named Jimmy Fairchild arrives on campus. She plans to major in chemistry and join the golf team. Finding a boyfriend doesn’t rank high on her list. And pledging a Greek house full of rich party girls? Sounds like torture.
Jimmy’s Roommate from Hell, however, makes it clear she has two goals in life: join the sorority Beta Lambda, and marry a boy in Alpha Tau.
When dirty secrets are out in the open, someone has to be smart enough to outthink the lies.
Before anyone else is locked away in a dark little room. In a place used to screams. Where bodies are never meant to be found.
“This book sucked me in and wouldn’t let go. Brilliant characters and a dark, twisted plot—if you want a great weekend read, this is it!”
“Jimmy Fairchild made me cheer, and every time she was thrown into danger, I couldn’t turn pages fast enough! I loved these characters!”
“This story has it all—friendship, love, integrity, self-sacrifice… and the horrible consequences when people become addicted to power. An excellent book that I won’t forget!”
--April Duclos, Library Assistant, Harvard University
If you enjoy murder mysteries, and want to lose yourself in a great read tonight, then The Etiquette of Wolves is for you!