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An off-duty police officer is shot and ex-nun Chris Bennett and her police-detective boyfriend find this motiveless murder puzzling. Praying for a break, Chris pursues a killer along strange paths: a pilgrimage that takes her from a suburban convent to a Brooklyn fruit market, and deep into the sacrosanct world of the NYPD - and ultimately back to the deadly place where it all began.

©1994 Lee Harris (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Murdered Cops, Nuns and Buried Secrets

This is such a GREAT series, and Book Four is no exception. Christine (former nun) and boyfriend, Jack, NYPD police officer are celebrating with two other couples, both men also from NYPD, when one of the friends is murdered going out to their car at the end of the evening. Chris has been successful at solving murders before, so Jack asks her to help in finding the killer of his friend, Scotty, since he is unable to investigate it himself. But as the case gets more dangerous, he regrets his decision. As Chris looks into Scotty’s past, she finds a lot of secrets, which eventually lead her to a very old Dominican nun. It seems that everyone has buried secrets and she and Jack aren’t sure who to trust. Some of the behavior of New York’s finest saddened me, but it made for an interesting story. I was glad that Christine and Jack’s relationship moved to the next level. I never figure out who the bad guys are in this series. Lee Harris is an excellent writer. On to the next book!

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