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They Still Call Me Sister

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by
Deborah Lynn Plummer Bussey

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Format: EPUB

File size: 726 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Former nun and practicing psychologist Kathy Carpenter knows something is off when a patient is found dead and it’s claimed a suicide. Enlisting the help of her gregarious sister in Atlanta, she sets out to prove her patient was murdered. But with the only suspect a shadowy figure known by a nickname, the answers seem well out of reach. As Kathy gets closer to the truth, political intrigue begins to surround her, and her own life begins to be in danger. Can she find the killer or will she be a victim herself? Mystery lovers will thoroughly enjoy the first in a series of psycho-social tales featuring amateur sleuth Kathy Carpenter. They Still Call Me Sister is a warmly written story with an intriguing and diverse cast of characters and plot twists that will keep you guessing.

Former nun and practicing psychologist Kathy Carpenter knows something is off when a patient is found dead and it’s claimed a suicide. Enlisting the help of her gregarious sister in Atlanta, she sets out to prove her patient was murdered. But with the only suspect a shadowy figure known by a nickname, the answers seem well out of reach. As Kathy gets closer to the truth, political intrigue begins to surround her, and her own life begins to be in danger. Can she find… (more)

Former nun and practicing psychologist Kathy Carpenter knows something is off when a patient is found dead and it’s claimed a suicide. Enlisting the help of her gregarious sister in Atlanta, she sets out to prove her patient was murdered. But with the only suspect a shadowy figure known by a nickname, the answers seem well out of reach. As Kathy gets closer to the truth, political intrigue begins to surround her, and her own life begins to be in danger. Can she find the killer or will she be a victim herself? Mystery lovers will thoroughly enjoy the first in a series of psycho-social tales featuring amateur sleuth Kathy Carpenter. They Still Call Me Sister is a warmly written story with an intriguing and diverse cast of characters and plot twists that will keep you guessing.

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