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    Aging and Death on a Texas Campus

    I have not read the two previous books in this series and I did feel a little lost while reading this one. This was not one of my favorite mysteries. Aggie is an older woman studying aging and writing a column about aging. She is a liberal arts student but is taking advanced science courses. The professor leading the class is murdered so she feels compelled to solve the murder. While snooping she stumbles over another body. I did not really warm up to the characters and I was not interested in the aging/science background. There were plenty of faults in the story and the mystery. There were no real clues to the who did it so it was hard for the reader to solve. I might have enjoyed the book better if I read the previous two. This is a series to be read in order. I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review

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