Author(s): Jincy Willett
Amy Gallup is a reclusive widow whose only bright spot is the evening writing class that she teaches at the university. This semester's class is full of the usual suspects: the overly enthusiastic student, the slacker, the prankster, and the undiscovered talent. But there's something different about this class - and the clues begin with a scary phone call and obscene threats instead of peer evaluations. Amy soon realises that one of her students is a very disturbed individual indeed. When a student is murdered, everyone becomes a suspect. As she dissects each student's writing for clues, Amy must enlist the help of everyone in her class, including the murderer, to find the killer amongst them. Suspenseful, extremely witty, brilliantly written, unexpectedly hilarious, and a joy from start to finish, The Writing Class is a one-of-a-kind novel that rivals Jincy Willett's previous masterpieces.