"Maggie Barbieri's debut, Murder 101, offers traditional mystery lovers a real treat in her heroine Alison Bergeron, a recently divorced, clog-wearing college professor . . . the perfect antidote to the oh-so-hip chick-lit protagonist. Oblivious to fashion, Ali's more concerned with keeping her nervous stomach in check when one of her students turns up dead . . . and a hot cop eyes her as the prime suspect. Murder 101 mixes love and homicide in the proper equation and earns a grade A in my book!"
---Susan McBride, author of the Debutante Dropout Mysteries
"If you love Agatha Christie, Sue Grafton, and Sara Paretsky, you'll be delighted by Murder 101. It sucked me in, kept me wondering, and made me smile. Maggie Barbieri's mystery, set at a small Catholic college, will resonate with anyone who went to parochial schools or lived in ethnic Catholic neighborhoods. I can't wait for the next in her series!"
---Sheila Curran, author of Diana Lively Is Falling Down