Sex and Lies in American College

Ekaterina Salmanova


A college rocked by scandal.

A popular professor accused of sexual assault by his secretary.

The lawyer tasked with the case is told to keep the reputation of the college intact, at any cost.

On campus—a place where federal criminal law does not govern—will justice be served?

This riveting thriller, based on a real case, will keep the reader in suspense through the last page.

Ekaterina Salmanova was born in St. Petersburg and graduated from the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute. In America, she taught Russian language and literature in the City University of New York (CUNY) system. She is also the author of White Ball, a collection of short stories, as well as numerous essays and short stories.

327 pages