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Quietly in Their Sleep by Donna Leon
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Feb 25, 2011

really liked it

As always Leon's terrific main character carries the book. In this case, and the considerations of religion, politics and a nun who wishes to leave the convent, and keep secrets best kept form the basis of the book. As usual, the love of the family and the humble daily routines make this series exceptionally rewarding.

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