Roman Catholic Detective
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Roman Catholic Detective

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Father Tim Devin is a red-haired freckle-faced Roman Catholic assistant priest at St Mary's parish on the western edge of Golton, Ohio (population 21,398). He had been one of a family of nine, including his brother Bill who had been wounded in Vietnam, and for whom he feels some responsibility. He had been ordained for 13 months. He has brown eyes and dark grizzled hair. "...more
Hardcover, 184 pages
Published 1947 by Bruce Pub. Co
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Jeff Miller
This novel rates 10 out of 10 on the POD scale (Pious Over Devotional)

A full ten for both the title and cover and a good 7 on the plot.

Husband and wife team Grace and Tracy Johnson wrote several short stories involving Father Tim and later wrote this full-length novel.

As far as story quality goes, a nice little mystery with characters reflecting the time period of the novel this book was written in. Enjoyable for what it is. A priest's brother is recently returned from the war and soon gets caug...more
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