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Topic: Father Koesler, vocation: Priest; avocation: Detective

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Subject: Father Koesler, vocation: Priest; avocation: Detective
Date Posted: 1/5/2008 6:37 AM ET
Member Since: 1/29/2007
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Father Koesler is an unusual man.  Not because he is a Priest abetting Detroit detectives in solving murders but because he brings his religious knowledge to his sluething without being stuffy or talking down to his reader.

When Detroit has crimes against priests, nuns or other catholic religious leaders they turn to Father Koesler to assist them in cutting straight to the chase.  He is a delightful character, easy to like.  His sharing catholic knowledge is delightful [and you don't have to be catholic or even christian to find him fascinating] and wether you agree with him or not interesting.

The author, Kienzle is a former priest himself which gives him the insight needed.

I believe that I have the entire series.  There are 19 Father Koesler books on my bookshelf.  I am currently tagging them as to the date published and if they are hardback or paperback.

If you would like to buy the entire series please PM me and we can handle it that way.

If you want the entire 19 books I would like 13 credits for them [remember I have to pay the postage]