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When a burnt headless body of a young woman is found on the steps of a Baptist Church in Harlem, Assistant DA Alexandra Cooper is first on the scene. Before long another body is found near a Catholic church in Little Italy; her throat slashed and her tongue cut out. It appears to be the work of a religious fanatic - but can Alex find him before he kills anyone else?

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  • Cathryn Small
  • 04-19-14

Who is killing women priests, and why?

If you could sum up Silent Mercy in three words, what would they be?

Gripping, enthralling and exciting

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Whilst it has taken me a while to get round to listening to this audio book, I have to say that it is very much up to Linda Fairstein' s usual quality and has kept me hooked. The reason why I have been so slow is because I am unaccustomed to listening to audio books through my kindle or through my phone, and have only recently begun trying this. I am now gripped! This book has helped ease me in. I love the fact that you can allow your imagination to picture things far more easily as you listen to the spoken word.<br/>This book is well read and easy to listen to. A great story!