Not a Blessed Thing religion humor fiction habit

  • Title: Not a Blessed Thing
  • Author: Monica Quill
  • ISBN: 9780814908495
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Hardcover
  • religion humor fiction habit

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      Published :2019-02-18T11:15:39+00:00

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    1. For the most part, I enjoyed this book - I really like the characters and the way they interact with each other. There were just points in the book where I really thought there must be pages missing or I had skimmed ahead or something because I was SERIOUSLY missing something. This happened several times and it was rather annoying [to me]. I went back each time and made sure I hadn't missed something and that was not the case any of the times; it is just how the book was written. I did not care [...]

    2. Outstanding find. A mystery from the early 80's with marvelous characters in an elderly nun, Sister Mary Teresa who still wears the habit and the more modern nuns, Sister Joyce and Sister Kim. It's Sister Kim's brother Richard a Chicago policeman who involves them in hiding a socialite who's receiving threats. I can't remember the last time I had to look up words I was not familiar with. I enjoyed the Chicago references as well.

    3. Tolerable early 80s mystery that the back of the book is persistent in reminding me is based on a Nero Wolfe-like nun character living in Chicago with two younger nuns. The mystery surrounds a rich woman who has had a death threat and ends up staying overnight at the nuns' home because the police officer in charge of her is the brother of one of the nuns. Lots of Chicago/suburbs neighborhood stuff, some business about vocations and changes in religious life, but overall not the greatest writing. [...]

    4. This series is 30 years old and by pen name of author who wrote Father Dowling series. The main characters are nuns and the mystery is cozy. Occasional language. Interesting characters but I didn't "connect" with them.

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