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It's a snowy Christmas at St. Stephen's Convent, where a cheerful party awaits an old friend and former confessor, Father Hudson McCormick. But he never reaches his destination.

Christine Bennett, a former St. Stephen's nun, arrives to investigate the disappearance. But the nuns are mum until an old scandal involving the priest and a St. Stephen's novice rears its ugly head. Has Father McCormick, unable to face the scene of his sins, gone underground? Or has someone taken belated revenge, ensuring that the truth will never be known?

©1994 Lee Harris; (P)1998 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • Baton Rouge, LA, United States
  • 11-22-09

my christine bennett

looking for other christine bennett books now! kept me interested the whole "read".

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An enjoyable Christmas mystery

This is a Christine Bennett mystery set at Christmastime. While the pace is a bit slow, this is quite enjoyable for the holiday season when I can appreciate a slightly slower pace. In this story Chris Bennett is tackling a mystery without her detective husband at her side. In addition, this case has a personal element for Chris as she is searching for a missing priest that she and sister Joseph care about. I recommend this mystery is better quality than some of the other Christmas novels available.