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Kill and Tell (Father Koesler #6)

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When auto exec Frank Hoffman is murdered, nobody, not even the police, has a clue except Father Koesler. The sleuthing priest has heard some shocking news in the sanctity of the confessional. And now there's danger that a new victim will breathe his last but the honor-bound Father can't breathe a word . . .
Hardcover, First Edition (U.S.), 249 pages
Published March 2nd 1984 by Andrews, McMeel & Parker (first published March 1984)
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A really fun light read a little slow at times and I cant say that I could not put it down but for a beach read or just something to fill down time this is the book for you
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William Kienzle was a Catholic priest for over 20 years before he became an author. His protagonist, Father Robert Koesler is a parish priest in Detroit. When a powerful auto executive's wife is murdered at a party Koesler attended the amateur sleuth in the priest kicks in high gear. The book is sprinkled with the musing of Father Koesler as he contemplates the Catholic faith. As a convert to Catholicism I find these insights as interesting as the mystery story itself. However, in the this book ...more
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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 Uni ...more
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