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When Phoebe, needing a break from an accusation of plagiarism, takes a job at a rural college, the peace of the small school is rocked by the death of a student and all signs point to murder.

Phoebe is asked by a friend of hers to investigate the girl's death and discovers the presence of a secret society on campus - a society known only as The Sixes.*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*SPOILER ALERT!!!!!!!!!!!

*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*This really is a very traditional amateur sleuth novel, mixed with a little Lifetime Movie intrigue.

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Here are six reasons why I found The Sixes less than satisfying (minor spoilers):1. I'm happy to suspend disbelief, but this book stretches even my credulity.

I highly doubt any respectable college would hire someone accused on plagiarism.And even in fiction, reasonably intelligent people call the police when their home is repeatedly broken into and their safety threatened.2. None of the characters ring true; they're all one-dimensional.The author meticulously describes what everyone is wearing, but never digs beneath the facade.Phoebe is bland and far too trusting for someone who supposedly used to dig up dirt for a living. For example, the Sixes break into Pheobe's house leaving apples and later teaspoons.Best friend Glenda is a driven career woman, so focused on her job she fails to notice that her marriage is disintegrating. They don't pose a credible threat and, in the end, aren't even involved in the murder.4. Sorry, but I just don't find fruit and flatware frightening.5. The mystery failed to engage me and the solution was rather trite and predictable.Love interest Duncan is stereotypically handsome and brooding with a mysterious past.3. The Bad Sex Scenes They weren't necessary to the plot. Ultimately this book was like a made-for-cable movie: nothing special, but not bad enough to make you change the channel.