Book Reviews of Murder in Ordinary Time (Sister Mary Helen, Bk 4)

Murder in Ordinary Time (Sister Mary Helen, Bk 4)
Murder in Ordinary Time - Sister Mary Helen, Bk 4
Author: Carol Anne O'Marie
ISBN-13: 9780312936181
ISBN-10: 0312936184
Publication Date: 6/13/2005
Pages: 256
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Minotaur
Book Type: Paperback
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I thought I had figured this one out, but no! It was exciting and fun to read! Insp. Gallagher and Sister Mary Helen at it again, but with a little surprise at the end! Very well done. I loved it! Trish
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a great mystery with Sister Mary Helen,a septuagenarian nun with a nose for trouble
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Sister Mary Helen is to appear on a TV show talking about a previous case. While there a reporter dies from one poisoned cookie. Was she the victim or was Sister Mary Helen. Very good book
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A very good series.
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#4 in the Sister Helen series: Just one bite of that irresistible Christmas cookie and Christina Kelly, Channel 5's leading investigative reporter, was on the air--dead. The odor of bitter almond told Sister May Helen the cause of the death: cyanide. Somewhere in the studio was the wily killer; it was a person everyone knew.
Had Christina's investigations led her to her dead end? Or was the fatal cookie meant for someone else: the notorious womanizer; the hard-drinking floor manager with something to hide; or perhaps Wicked Wendy, who certainly fit her nickname? Or was the intended victim the intrepid nun herself?
Heaven help her as Sister Mary Helen charges in where angels fear to tread to trap a killer before he strikes again.
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Sister Mary Helen, an elderly nun based in San Francisco, solves the mystery of the one raisin oatmeal cooky among the chocolate chip oatmeal cookies.
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I enjoyed this book and the turns it took.
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the book was great,I love ther author and can never put the book down once I start reading. having a Nun as a detective is really a fun experience