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Murder in the Sacristy

Murder in the Sacristy by Daniel A. Lord
By: (1888-1955)

Murder in the Sacristy by Daniel A. Lord is a gripping mystery novel that keeps the reader on the edge of their seat from start to finish. The story follows Father John Blackwood, a priest who finds himself thrust into the middle of a murder investigation when a prominent member of his parish is found dead in the sacristy.

As Father Blackwood delves into the dark underworld of his seemingly idyllic parish, he uncovers secrets and lies that threaten to tear the community apart. The characters in the novel are well-developed and complex, each with their own motivations and hidden agendas. Lord does an excellent job of creating a tense and suspenseful atmosphere, keeping the reader guessing until the very end.

Overall, Murder in the Sacristy is a well-written and engaging mystery novel that will appeal to fans of the genre. With its intricate plot twists and unexpected revelations, this book is sure to keep readers hooked until the final page. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a thrilling and thought-provoking read.

Book Description:
A sacristan is found murdered in the sacristy and the safe robbed of valuable jewels. All clues seem to point to the priest as the murderer. But is the priest the guilty party - or is it the communist - the nazi - the Senator's wife - or someone else?

This mystery novel, set in World War II Chicago, was written by Daniel A Lord, S.J., who was a priest and popular American Catholic writer. The subjects of the works in his bibliography range from religion, humor, plays, songs, mysteries and even politics. His most influential work was possibly in drafting the 1930 Production Code for motion pictures. (Introduction by Maria Therese)


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Reviews (Rated: 5 Stars - 2 reviews)

Reviewer: - February 19, 2020
Subject: murder in the sacristy
great book . great reader.
Reviewer: - August 24, 2013
Subject: Surprise ending!
A brain teaser with a surprise ending - an interesting look at social & political status of the early WWII era.


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