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Father Brown, an ordinary priest whose unremarkable exterior conceals extraordinary crime-solving ability, is celebrated for ...
Father Brown, an ordinary priest whose unremarkable exterior conceals extraordinary crime-solving ability, is celebrated for his solutions to metaphysical mysteries, a genre perfected by his creator, G. K. Chesterton. More than lighthearted comedies built around puzzling crimes, these superbly written ...
Matters of succession lead to attempted murder in the latest of Greeley's popular mysteries.Archbishop Malachi ...
Matters of succession lead to attempted murder in the latest of Greeley's popular mysteries.Archbishop Malachi Nolan has designs on the Diocese of Chicago despite the fact the Most Reverend Blackwood Ryan, himself recently appointed an archbishop, is currently in line ...
As regular as the solstice, Kienzle annually provides a new Catholic whodunit, inviting the readers ...
As regular as the solstice, Kienzle annually provides a new Catholic whodunit, inviting the readers to shut out the rest of the world and spend a few absorbing hours watching his venerable alter ego, Koesler, peel back the layers of ...
Kienzle has written another supremely intelligent puzzler featuring his perceptive priest, Father Robert Koesler, and ...
Kienzle has written another supremely intelligent puzzler featuring his perceptive priest, Father Robert Koesler, and bolstered by a strong cast of engaging supporting characters. —BooklistFather Koesler is on the case, thank God. —Baltimore SunFrom William X. Kienzle, author of the ...
The curious are flocking to a quaint Kentucky village, where the North Homage Shakers have ...
The curious are flocking to a quaint Kentucky village, where the North Homage Shakers have opened a hostel rumored to be inhabited by a nineteenth-century spirit. Business is booming even in the throes of the Great Depression—until a hostel guest ...
Kienzle's sharp knowledge of diocesan politics and the sights, sounds, and stresses of both priestly ...
Kienzle's sharp knowledge of diocesan politics and the sights, sounds, and stresses of both priestly and lay Catholic life in a changing world enriches his story significantly. His plotting has never been more intricate or suspenseful than in the new ...
Sister Mary Helen and her Irish friend, Sister Eileen, need some R&R away from the ...
Sister Mary Helen and her Irish friend, Sister Eileen, need some R&R away from the pressures of their inner city vocation. A week at the idyllic St. Colette's Retreat House, snuggled amid towering redwoods 65 miles from San Francisco, sounds ...
The realistic setting, discussions of theology and humanism add to the appealing the author's new ...
The realistic setting, discussions of theology and humanism add to the appealing the author's new urbane, witty mystery.—Publishers WeeklyScore another direct hit by Father Koesler and William Kienzle. —Kansas City StarIn Deathbed, the eighth book in a series by acclaimed ...