Change of Grade

Short-short story by Mystery Writer/Blogger Margot Kinberg:

Confessions of a Mystery Novelist...

From: Colin Drake [colin.drake@tilton.edu]
To: Victor Worsley. [vworsley@tilton.edu]
Re: My Grade

Professor Worsley,

I am very concerned about my final grade in your class. You did not give me a passing grade, even though I turned in my assignments. I have gotten top grades in all of my classes, this is the first class where I didn’t get an A. I hope you will consider my hard work and that i did turn in my assignments and change my grade.

Colin Drake

From: Victor Worsley [vworsley@tilton.edu]
To: Colin Drake [colin.drake@tilton.edu]
Re: RE: My Grade

Dear Colin,

Thanks for your note. I can understand your concern about your grade. You did turn in your assignments; however, as I mentioned in the feedback, most of them were not complete. Incomplete assignments do not receive full credit. If you have questions about what was expected for each assignment, you may wish to review…

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Kalorama Road: Enticing, Suspenseful and Wonderfully Thrilling

Jina S. Bazzar

Kalorama Road, by E. Denise Billups

Goodreads synopsis:
There something Allie can’t remember, hidden memories bordering consciousness that refuse to surface until one day someone, something, ignites horrifying images of a forgotten night.

A year after graduating from Emsworth University, a mysterious email appears asking Allie one single question. What happened at 1414 Kalorama Road? Allie has no memory of that night and has tried to recapture what happened when a classmate went missing at an off-campus party. Someone wants her to remember, and they’re getting closer and more insistent. Forgotten memories gradually start to surface with gruesome images and a revelation that could ruin the reputation of her esteemed alma mater, Emsworth University.

Kindle edition: 277 pages
Published Jan 31st, 2018

Review:
I made the mistake of picking up this book when I still had a couple articles to finish for the magazine. Luckily for me, I didn’t need…

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