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Sudden Death (Father Koesler #7)

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"As more than a million readers have learned to their delight, Kienzle is a font of funny stories. He has created one of the most likable and authentic of all recent sleuths--the shy, sly Father Koesler--whose exploits into crime and insights into parish life have continued in seven gossipy and cozy mysteries." --"Chicago Tribune"
"Kienzle's best book since "The Rosary Mur
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252 pages
Published July 10th 1986 by G.K. Hall
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Tomi
Aug 21, 2013 Tomi rated it liked it
Good mystery - I never figured it out! Kienzle does a good job with the mystery part; since the main character is a priest, he also includes a lot of information about Catholicism and the life of a priest. Two-for-one - not just a mystery but also informative! This book is about the death of a pro football player; reading it now at the beginning of football season was just right!
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Apr 22, 2014 Joan Horkey rated it really liked it
I always enjoy a Father Koesler mystery. They are interesting in that they always reveal a little catholicism and, at the same time, are great mysteries. This one was no exception.
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HB-B @ 1985, 4/86. A pro-football player is murdered in his own shower and Father Koesler solves the case. Good.
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William X. Kienzle was born in Detroit, Michigan. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1954 and spent twenty years as a Roman Catholic parish priest. Kienzle left the priesthood in 1974 because of his disagreement with its refusal to remarry divorcees. He became an editor of MPLS Magazine in Minneapolis, later moving to Texas where he was director of the Center for Contemplative Studies at the ...more
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