Book Reviews of The Missing Madonna (Sister Mary Helen, Bk 3)

The Missing Madonna (Sister Mary Helen, Bk 3)
The Missing Madonna - Sister Mary Helen, Bk 3
Author: Carol Anne O'Marie
ISBN-13: 9780440204732
ISBN-10: 0440204739
Publication Date: 12/5/1989
Pages: 260
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 31 ratings
Publisher: Dell
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
I do enjoy Sister Mary Helen and the rest of her bunch. This is a much fun cozy mystery series. However, this wasn't my favorite. The ending was a bit...trite? I guess that's a good word, and there were several points along the way it just seemed a bit strained. Still a fun read, just not as good as the others I've read in the series.
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Sister Mary Helen and Sister Eileen are at their best. They remind me of the nuns that I have known. What a delightful pair!
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#3 in the Sister Helen series: Sister Mary Helen is sinfully good at snooping through the San Francisco fog. Now a fellow OWL (Older Woman's League) member has disappeared. The police believe Erma Duran simply flew the coop, but Sister feels a Higher Authority pushing her to investigate. A gold medal entangled in Erma's bedsprings and a cryptic clue to a Byzantine madonna deepens the mystery. By the time Police Inspector Kate Murphy joins the hunt, Sister's good intentions have already paved her way straight to the Mission District--and a hellish encounter with sudden death.
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Not only the first nun to write murder mysteries, Sister Carol Anne O'Marie is the subject of a highly flattering interview in the New York Times Magazine. Her novel is perfect for readers who love San Francisco, police procedure, and the secrets of the human heart.
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Sister Mary Helen is sinfully good at snooping through the San Francisco fog. Now a fellow OWL (Older Woman's League) member has disappeared. The police believe Erma Duran simply flew the coop, but Sister feels a Higher Authority pushing her to investigate. A gold medal entangled in Erma's bedsprings and a cryptic clue to a Byzantine madonna deepens the mystery. By the time Police Inspector Kate Murphy joins the hunt, Sister's good intentions have already paved her way straight to the Mission District -- and a hellish encounter with sudden death.
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Sister Mary Helen is sinfully good at snooping through the San Francisco fog for missing OWL (Older Women's Leage) member. A gold medal entangled in the missing Erma's bedsprings and a cryptic clue to a Byzantine madonna lead to encounter with sudden death in the Mission district.