Tuesday, June 7, 2016


A Giulia Driscoll Mystery

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Alice Loweecey

A Review

The author presents an involved story with many twist and turns, that held this writer’s attention. Starting with a sister-in-law, high on something, a missing cake decorator, two dead teen agers, a series of arsons around town, and a new street drug which had some connection to the local small town high school football team, it will become the job of Giulia Driscoli (private eye and a former nun) and her current husband (a police detective) to discover the people behind the various crimes.

And then after spending a few nights in the belly of the cult, things get of hand.

I found the book to be exciting and worth reading. Not being Catholic, I did not understand all the references to Catholic history and polity, but that did not distract from my enjoyment in the least.

The book will make a good fall read for the cozy mystery fan wanting something to read between Friday night football games. And it is not a bad choice for those of us (yes, there are a few) who are not football fans.

This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.  The opinions expressed are my own.

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