↠ Murder at Cold Creek College || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Christa Nardi

By Christa Nardi | Comments: ( 506 ) | Date: ( May 27, 2020 )

Sheridan Hendley is a professor and psychologist, not a sleuth When her colleague at Cold Creek College, Adam Millberg, is murdered, she is charged with helping the Detective assigned to the case Immediately, her good friend becomes the prime suspect and Sheridan is motivated to help solve the case and prove Kim isn t guilty It also becomes apparent that Sheridan is attSheridan Hendley is a professor and psychologist, not a sleuth When her colleague at Cold Creek College, Adam Millberg, is murdered, she is charged with helping the Detective assigned to the case Immediately, her good friend becomes the prime suspect and Sheridan is motivated to help solve the case and prove Kim isn t guilty It also becomes apparent that Sheridan is attracted to the handsome Detective As Sheridan tries to implement the crisis plan on campus and connect all the people in Adam s life, she finds out that many women have a motive for Adam s murder Slashed tires are the first indication that Sheridan s involvement is obviously making someone nervous.

  • Title: Murder at Cold Creek College
  • Author: Christa Nardi
  • ISBN: 9781492323822
  • Page: 391
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Christa Nardi

From childhood, as a fan of Nancy Drew, Dana Girls, Perry Mason, and the Hardy Boys, it was inevitable that Christa Nardi would continue her love of books and particularly mysteries With a career in technical nonfiction writing under real name , it is not surprising that her love of mystery transformed into not only reading but writing mysteries Christa combines her love for reading and writing on her blog.

Comments Murder at Cold Creek College

  • Nancy

    This was a really enjoyable mystery. It took me a good few pages to get into the first person style and the highly descriptive nature of the story, yet once in I was drawn along with Sheridan Hendley as she rationalised her way through the clues after her colleague, Adam Millberg, is murdered on campus. It’s certainly true that she isn’t conducting the official investigative job that the handsome Detective Brett McMann is doing, but it seems that way as she uses her knowledge of psychology a [...]

  • Stephanie

    I should start with saying that I normally don't read murder mystery types of books. I always seem to steer away from them, and head for fantasy or romance. But this one certainly spoke to me. And thanks to the author I got a copy to review.First of all I’m totally convinced that I should read more murder mysteries. This book is amazing. You know when they say I just couldn’t put it away. Well this was the case with this book. I read it all through the night and at a certain moment I thought [...]

  • Paula Howard

    Murder at Cold Creek College by Christa Nardi was a throughly delightful books. The protagonist is Sheridan Hendley, a member of the Psychology staff at Cold Creek College. The murder of a professor on campus brings much activity and unwlecomed limelight to the College. Brett McMann, a detective wit the State Police, is called in to assist the local police. He and Sher begin to have an attraction that develops from almost the beginning. Sher uses her Psychology degree to try and figure out the c [...]

  • Shree

    This Review was originally posted @ Readers' MuseWhen the writer contacted us for the review, we sort of jumped into it right away. Murder of a Womanizer, Psychologist in the play. Bring it on! Given my dear co-blogger's pile of “To-Read” books is overflowing, I dived to reading it. Psychology professor Dr.Adam Millberg is found murdered in Cold Creek college's rec center. The usual suspects : Girlfriend (Plenty there), Ex-Wives ( again plenty : 4), colleagues and the students. The story fol [...]

  • Michael Lynes

    "Murder at Cold Creek College" by Christa Nardi is a solidly written genre murder-mystery, enigmatically set upon the premises of a small town college in northern Virginia. The author presents a detailed and in depth portrayal of the organization, politics and infighting present in this type of academic setting, told with the kind of realism that most likely stems from a font of personal experience.Our story opens, as is quite typical with tales in this style, with a murder. Dr. Sheridan Hendley [...]

  • Jason Zandri

    Murder at Cold Creek College by Christa NardiMy rating: 4 of 5 starsMurder mystery at a small private college FOUR STARS * * * *Psychology Professor Sheridan Hendley is the main character in this murder mystery. The story begins with the murder of Dr. Adam Millberg, a member of the psychology department, just before the semester starts. There is the possibility that one of her friends might be arrested as a suspect and that motivates some of Sheridan’s actions, with the whole psychology depart [...]

  • Marti

    Gee, it is getting dangerous getting an education these days, not just ridiculously expensive. Nice elitish private college near Appomattox. Did I spell that right? Our protagonist is an Assistant Professor of Psychology, and the Psychology department is filled with the usual collection of rara avis that I recall from my days in the halls of academe. Yeah, same sh*t, different century. But I digress.A lot of commotion in the parking lot of the recreation center, and it turns out that one of the [...]

  • Yvonne

    Professor and psychologist , Sheridan Hendley, works at Cold Creek College and is busy preparing for the new semester. She is surprised when she arrives at the school and finds much activity going on at the school’s rec center. She quickly learns one of her colleagues, Adam Millberg, has been murdered and her closest friend is being accused of the crime. Sheridan is determined to prove her innocence.When the handsome detective on the case, Brett McMann, enlists her assistance in learning about [...]

  • Diane Weiner

    Fast read with a happy endingBeing a teacher, I especially enjoyed this book. I feel like the author really captured the atmosphere of a small college by adding details like the professors comparing the number of students each had, stopping for coffee on the way to class, how Sheridan, the main character prepared for the first day, and the inclusion of a character we've all worked with- Max, whose own research and career plans were of course the most important thing! I loved the fact that Sherid [...]

  • Maggie Thom

    A good mystery that will pull you into trying to figure out who's guilty. Sheridan the Psych prof at the university where the murder occurred, finds herself pulled into trying to solve the murder, some because of the cute detective who is assigned the case and partly because of the clues. Friends and coworkers have lives that surprise her and compel her to want to prove that her closest friends have to be innocent. I thought Sheridan was a well crafted character as she reminded me of a prof I ha [...]

  • Andra Weis

    I received a copy of Murder at Cold Creek College from the author, Christa Nardi. This story is a murder mystery and following the first couple of chapter’s I became thoroughly engrossed in the mystery, not wanting to put it down. Besides keeping my interest in the lives of Sheridan, Brett, the tangled life of the newly departed Adam, I was stumped as to “who done it” until virtually the end.Good writing and good storytelling, all in all… enjoyable read. Thank you Christa for writing suc [...]

  • Tamye Whitener

    I didn't figure out who did this until the end. The author gives you a few hints but keeps you honestly guessing. Which made for an enjoyable read. It was well play out and plotted. I believe this book would benefit by a final edit, as there were places that words were repeated and it one instance where a name was missing and I wasn't able to figure out on my own who was the missing character.I was given this book by the author for a honest review.

  • C. Salem

    I really enjoy mysteries, especially when the protagonist is a woman who has a healthy dose of curiosity and a brain. Sheridan fits the bill on both points. When she's not trying to solve the crime, you get a fun glimpse into the dilemmas in her dating life. I definitely enjoyed the book, and look forward to reading more from this author.

  • Janie

    I was given this book by the author in return for an honest review.This was a gripping read from start to finish!!!I really enjoyed reading this t had me completely gripped.The constant twists and turns were excellentis book was extremely well written and I can't wait to read more by this author!

  • Samantha Jacobey

    This book was a bit dry in the beginning, but as the plot progressed, I became more interested in knowing what was going on with the mystery and the characters. It is definitely a good story and I would recommend it to anyone who likes a little mystery.

  • Chrissy Dyer

    Murder mystery that keeps you guessing! Gotta love it!

  • Joann

    I thought from the great reviews that this might be a new book I could sink my teeth into. I'm afraid not. I just really couldn't get into this book, no matter how far along I got with it. It just seemed so mundane and I couldn't wait till I finished it. I got tired of reading about the everyday life of Professor Hendley. It is definitely a cozy as there is nary a naughty word through the book. If you want a book that can be picked up, put down and picked up again, this is the book for you. It s [...]

  • Karin

    As a retired professor from a relatively small college, I re-lived all the college politics along with Sheridan. However, that didn’t help me discover who the murderer was until almost the end of the book. I enjoyed the book and recommend it.

  • Karen Johnson

    Great set of mysteries.

  • Jean

    Enjoyed the characters and the story.

  • Marie Tovaas

    You never know, do you?Well plotted with side lines both delightful and surprising. The main character is a former clinical psychologist and current associate professor of psychology at a small four year college so the interactions are top notch and for once the main character doesn't do anything dumb! You won't be sorry you picked up this title, the problem will be putting it down again!

  • Brian O'Hare

    A Brilliantly Captured Segment of an Individual's LifeMurder at Cold Creek College by Christa Nardi is marketed as a murder mystery and, indeed, there is more than enough in the way of murder and sleuthing to justify this classification. But there is something more than that here. Nardi has taken a slice of a college professor’s life and thrown a murder into it. There are police detectives pursuing suspects and working on evidence but Professor Sheridan Hendley is privy to little of this. And [...]

  • LuAnn

    As, if the bio says below, The author's name is a pen name for a real-life professor and psychologist, the time spent working in her profession was excellent preparation for writing "Murder at Cold Creek College". Let's just get this bit out right up front: It is never a good sign when you show up for work in the morning and see emergency vehicles at a nearby building. Agreed?Aside from the fact that the murder victim (who did his fair share of victimizing) was also in the psychology department, [...]

  • Laura Agnella

    This cozy was a good one. Sometimes I find that the cozies I read are lacking in one area or another. I enjoy them, but they are also easy to put down and pick up later. Not this one. The biggest draw for me was that it was totally engaging from beginning to end. Truly interesting to read, I found myself creating theories about characters right from the start. Each character was unique in personality and several could have committed the crime. I was happy to find that I couldn't predict who the [...]

  • Anna Burke

    Murder at Cold Creek College focuses on professors and administrators with more than education on their minds! This book captures the day-to-day life of a psychology professor, Dr. Sheridan Hendley, at a small teaching college. There's surprisingly little moaning and groaning about the dreaded pursuit of tenure, but the book does a good job of describing the foibles of colleagues, the daily hassles of trying to stay a week or so ahead of students, and dealing with ever-changing rules and regulat [...]

  • Diane Rapp

    An academic mystery worthy of Miss MarpleSet on the campus of a small Virginia college, this mystery seems like a classic cozy in the beginning. Dr. Sheridan Hendley is divorced, lonely, and wrapped up in teaching psychology courses until one of her colleagues is found murdered. Her natural curiosity is bolstered when Sheridan must introduce the handsome state investigator to everyone working in her department. When she gets too interested in the murder, Sheridan becomes a target of the killer.T [...]

  • Rhonda

    4 STARS I kept having to put back up and down for different reasons today and was able to get right back into the story. I did not like the murdered man Adam and just felt disgusted with him and a few other characters. I just felt mostly negative feelings towards the characters. I was impressed with all the details or getting ready for school and subject for teaching. It came across like a lot of extra time put in the book. It made the Character of Sheridan Hendley come alive for me. The charact [...]

  • Stacey Kennedy

    1.5 stars. It could just be a personal preference thing but there was not one thing about this book that I liked. From the writing style- dialogue seemed forced and the narrative was filled with boring description of meals and bedtime rituals that did nothing to advance the story. I mean, how could a story about a murder be boring? It was for me. The characters were also just 'blah'. The main character, Sheridan, was fine. Nothing exciting there. Jumps in to figure out who the murderer was becau [...]

  • Kay (Brigidsmomma) Compton

    I loved this book. Read it as a Buddy Read, and I was amazed by how different our opinions about the book were. I really enjoyed it, and did not see too many things that were out of order for a story like this, the other reader didn't like it at all and felt that it was too contrived and too boring to follow easily. I guess it's a matter of taste. I really hated the victim (we both thought he was scum of the earth and probably deserved what he got), and I did think that there could have been a b [...]

  • Kim Cox

    "Murder at Cold Creek College" is a 'who dunnit' at a small town college. A psychology professor is murdered and all staff, as well as many students are suspects. One of the suspects on the short list is Sheridan Hendley's best friend who she wants to prove innocent. Sheridan is often thrown into situations beyond her control that cause her to become a prime target for the killer. Adam, the handsome state police detective, is on the job and very attracted to Sheridan. Things really heat up betwe [...]

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Name *
Email *
  • ↠ Murder at Cold Creek College || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Christa Nardi
    391 Christa Nardi
  • thumbnail Title: ↠ Murder at Cold Creek College || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Christa Nardi
    Posted by:Christa Nardi
    Published :2019-08-14T01:10:40+00:00