9 edition of Dangerous Admissions found in the catalog.
July 31, 2007
by Avon A
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||353|
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Her career as a copyeditor is down the toilet (she makes one little slip̵. An admissions officer advices students to tackle “dangerous questions” in their essays, “questions that require you to stake out a position, to have an opinion and to express something of substance.”.
Dangerous Admissions takes place at a Manhattan prep school and opens with the shocking murder of the school’s college admissions counselor. The main character, 43 year old Rannie Bookman, has recently been fired from her job as a copyeditor at Simon and Schuster and is working part-time at the prep school when the murder takes place.
Book Review - "Dangerous Admissions" A little while ago I was sent a copy of the new book, Dangerous Admissions, by Jane O'Connor and asked if I would be willing to read and review it.
I'm always happy to try out a new book and I was very curious about this one since it's the first adult novel by one of my favorite children's writers.If you are an editor prone to flights of fancy, then Dangerous Admissions: Secrets of a Closet Sleuth by Jane O’Connor is the book for you.
Jane O’Connor, author of the popular children’s series Fancy Nancy, has created a heroine for editors who long for adventure—Miranda “Rannie” (rhymes with Annie) Bookman. Dangerous Admissions: Secrets of a Closet Sleuth Miranda Rannie Bookman—43, divorced mother of two, with a recent love life consisting of a long string of embarrassingly brief encounters—is beginning to feel like a dangling participle: connected to nothing/5().