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Book Review: A Novena for Murder

Originally posted by authornwolf at Book Review: A Novena for Murder
One murder, much less two, on campus is more than enough for Sister Mary Helen.  With the aid of a novena, foremost, and other Sisters, Sister Mary Helen tries to solve both cases.  This intriguing mystery also extols Catholic virtues.
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