Book Reviews of The Mother's Day Murder (Christine Bennett, Bk 12)

The Mother's Day Murder (Christine Bennett, Bk 12)
The Mother's Day Murder - Christine Bennett, Bk 12
Author: Lee Harris
ISBN-13: 9780449004425
ISBN-10: 0449004422
Pages: 272
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Fawcett
Book Type: Paperback
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another good read. I thought I had it figured out and then it went off in another direction...
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This series of quiet, pleasant stories feature a former nun who solves mysteries through quiet, hard-working thoroughness in investigating often very old mysteries. I love these books.
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Wow, this series seems to get better and better! This story, revolving around Sister Joseph, was fast paced right from the first chapter. I love this series and can't wait to read the next one.
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ANOTHER EXCITING CHRISTINE BENNETT MYSTERY! SISTER JOSEPH IS SUSPECTED IN A MURDER - CAN CHRISTINE CLEAR HER NAME? THIS IS A MUST READ.
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Lee Harris just writes books to cozy up with - her main character is an ex-nun, now married to a policeman turned attorney and her story lines are always interesting. This book is no exception - its a good read.

In this book: Christine Bennett is appalled when a young woman claims to be the natural daughter of Sister Joseph, beloved Superior of St. Stephen's and Chris's dearest friend. But after the girl is murdered, all the evidence leads the police to believe that she was telling the truth - and that Sister Joseph is the prime suspect. Can evidence ever lie? Chris prays it can. But as she frantically searches for the link between the anonymous woman who gave away her newborn two decades ago and a brutal murder this Mother's Day, it seems only a miracle can save Sister Joseph from a life behind bars.