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Boy in the water : a novel / Stephen Dobyns.

By: Dobyns, Stephen, 1941- [author.]Contributor(s): Newbern, George, 1964- [narrator.]Material type: SoundSoundPublisher: Holland, OH : Dreamscape Media, LLC, [2015]Edition: UnabridgedDescription: 1 online resource (1 sound file (14 hr., 35 min., 11 sec.)) : digitalContent type: spoken word Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781682620953; 1682620956Subject(s): Preparatory schools -- Fiction | New Hampshire -- Fiction | Good and evil -- FictionGenre/Form: Suspense fiction. | Audiobooks. | Downloadable audio books.Additional physical formats: Source record:: Boy in the water.DDC classification: 813/.54 LOC classification: PS3554.O2 | B69 2015abOnline resources: Click here to access title or place hold | Excerpt Click here to listen to an excerpt of this title | Excerpt Click here to listen to an excerpt of this title | Image Read by George Newbern.Summary: Another bucolic fall in northern New Hampshire, and the semester is under way at Bishop's Hill Academy. But the school year starts off less than tranquil. The new headmaster, Jim Hawthorne, has liberal ideas that the staff finds far from welcome. Serene on the surface, the ivy-clad, tree-lined campus gives few clues to the school's history of special privileges, petty corruptions, and hidden allegiances. But as autumn advances, the affable smiles and pretenses of virtue wear thin. And as winter closes in, students, teachers, and staff get an education in savagery and murder.
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Another bucolic fall in northern New Hampshire, and the semester is under way at Bishop's Hill Academy. But the school year starts off less than tranquil. The new headmaster, Jim Hawthorne, has liberal ideas that the staff finds far from welcome. Serene on the surface, the ivy-clad, tree-lined campus gives few clues to the school's history of special privileges, petty corruptions, and hidden allegiances. But as autumn advances, the affable smiles and pretenses of virtue wear thin. And as winter closes in, students, teachers, and staff get an education in savagery and murder.

Read by George Newbern.

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