An Indecent Death

Posted on Oct 11, 2011 | 0 comments

I just finished reading An Indecent Death by David Anderson.  David was my elementary school teacher in grades 3, 5, and 6 and he was the first person to encourage me to write and to give me the idea that writing seriously was something worth pursuing.  He made a real difference to me as an impressionable child.  So it’s wonderful to now read his own work!

An Indecent Death is an entertaining read.  It features lots of interesting characters to keep you guessing on who committed the crime, plus a quirky and endearing main character (Nicholas Drumm) tasked with solving the mystery.  Drumm exposes a suprisingly seamy side to the outwardly mundane world of elementary schools and their teachers. The book is fast-paced and engaging, and well worth checking out if you are a fan of murder mysteries.

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