Robert Felde: DEATH ON THE DEAN'S LIST

Date: 
Wednesday, April 4, 2018 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Courtyard & Cellar
Cost: 
Free!

Dragonfly Books is thrilled to team with the Courtyard & Cellar to celebrate with local author Robert Felde and his new book Death on the Dean’s List. Navigating the unique atmosphere of a college campus, Death on the Dean’s List is a tangled web of deception and betrayal. Felde will talk about Death on the Dean’s List, share stories, and sign books on Wednesday, April 4 at 7:00 pm at the Courtyard & Cellar.

A long time Decorah resident, Robert Felde worked as a student affairs administrator for over 30 years, including at DePauw University, Kansas State University, and Luther College. During that time he claims to have seen enough villains, victims, and heroes to feed his college-based fiction. Since leaving higher education, Felde has worked as a barista, teacher, and news reporter.

Death on the Dean’s List features Bert Rawlings, interim Dean of Students at a dysfunctional college in the woods of Northern Wisconsin. When the body of a student surfaces in the nearby marsh, Bert is thrust into the investigation. With sketchy college staff, twisted relationships, and complicated campus dynamics, Bert will need to get creative to unwind this mystery.

Everyone is invited to the Courtyard & Cellar with Robert Felde on Wednesday, April 4 at 7:00 pm. If you find that you can't make it to the event but would still like to purchase a copy of Death on the Dean’s List, just give Dragonfly Books a call at 563-382-4275. One of the Dragonfly Books staff will be glad to reserve a book and have it autographed for you.

Death on the Dean's List Cover Image
$15.95
ISBN: 9781492910992
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform - November 20th, 2017

Bert Rawlings views his gig as interim dean of students at a dysfunctional college in the woods of northern Wisconsin as an adventure. If he gets through the winter, spring fishing would be great. Reluctantly, he takes on some "extra credit" sleuthing for the new college president, Margaret Kristian.