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A Body in My Office

Charles Bentley, a professor of English at prestigious Opal College in the Berkshires of Massachusetts, is forced into retirement when the administration hires Garrison Underwood, an academic star from England, to teach his courses in American literature. Not only does this Englishman take his courses; he immediately occupies Charles’ office. After a heated exchange between them, Charles goes off to the parking lot to cool off. When he returns, he finds that someone has killed Underwood by bashing his head in with a cricket trophy, a trophy that Charles himself had thrown across the room during their quarrel not a half-hour before.

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