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Subject: Depression era mystery
Date Posted: 8/13/2007 12:07 PM ET
Member Since: 8/9/2005
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I just got a book at the library that sounded cute. Its A killing On Church Grounds: A Sister Mary Agnes Mystery byt Barbara Cummings. Heres the Blurb:

"God talks to Sister Agnes, Barbara Cummings' refreshing new slueth. HE Keeps score of all her indescretions--and they are many--because under her habit she's still Mayetta Morgan, best friend of Richard DelVecchio, a driver for Rhode Island's crime boss. She's spunky and feirce, a crack shot and just what depression era Rhode Island needs to rack down the bad guys. Yes, Sister Aggie, whose worst urse is 'Damson plums' and who declairs'They'd better have brownies in heaven or Im not going' is one of a kind--the delightful kind."

I was wondering if ya'll had read it maybe give me some feedback on it. There are no reviews for it.