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Bad Faith: A Sister Agatha Mystery (St. Martin's Minotaur Mysteries)
by Aimée Thurlo, David Thurlo | Mystery & Thrillers
Registered by sally906 of Darwin, Northern Territory Australia on Saturday, March 31, 2012
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Journal Entry 1 by sally906 from Darwin, Northern Territory Australia on Saturday, March 31, 2012

9 out of 10

Once she was Professor Mary Naughton, investigative reporter, teacher, and free spirit. Now she is Sister Agatha of Our Lady of Hope, a cloistered, financially-struggling monastery in New Mexico. As an extern-a nun who handles her order's dealings with the outside world-she is used to having her faith and newly-acquired patience tested. But when popular chaplain Father Anselm is poisoned to death in the middle of Mass, Sister Agatha has to bring all her worldly skepticism and savvy instincts to uncover the truth before scandal and unjust suspicion destroy Our Lady of Hope's future. She's up against a hostile local sheriff, an ex-lover who's never forgiven her for 'abandoning' their life together. She's got no shortage of suspects-with-secrets outside-and inside-the monastery. And she'll have to race the clock to stop one remorseless murderer before there's more hell to pay... 


Journal Entry 2 by sally906 at Casuarina Shopping Square in Casuarina, Northern Territory Australia on Saturday, March 31, 2012

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Released 2 yrs ago (3/31/2012 UTC) at Casuarina Shopping Square in Casuarina, Northern Territory Australia

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Passing on to AmberC at the meetup this morning - probably shouldn't have done this as a wild release but I am here now so it stays :) 


Journal Entry 3 by amberC at Darwin, Northern Territory Australia on Sunday, April 01, 2012

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Picked up at the meet-up. 




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