A Force Of Habit (Sister Abigail Mysteries) ebook
by Christine M. Hilger,Christine Hilger
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Hilger, Christine, 1962-. Women detectives, Catholics, Nuns, Large type books, Catholics, Large type books, Nuns, Women detectives. Sister Abigail, a 90-something nun with a talent for storytelling, finds her latest tale of murder taking on a lifes of its own fifty years after the fact
A Force of Habit book. Sister Abigail, a 90-something nun with a talent for storytelling, finds. Sister Abigail, a 90-something nun with a talent for storytelling, finds her latest tale of murder taking on a lifes of its own fifty years after the fact. She manages to uncover a dark secret within the walls of Tranquil Garden Nursing Home that threatens to lead to her own untimely death.
I loved this book completely and absolutely. I couldn't put it down and for ONCE I WASN'T DISAPPOINTED over how a mystery ended. From Sister Abigail and the nun with the orthopedic shoes to the story within a story Ms. Hilger used to weave this incredible tale. Read it and meet a wonderful friend in Sister Abigail.
Christine Hilger is a university professor who teaches literature and humanities courses. An avid mathematician, her writer's block cure-all includes the study of string theory and elliptical curves.
Sister Christine or Christina Greenstidel (17 August 1866 – 27 March 1930) was a school teacher, and close friend and disciple of Swami Vivekananda. On 24 February 1894, Christine attended a lecture of Vivekananda in Detroit, United States which inspired her. She started communicating with Vivekananda through letters. Christine went to India in 1902 and began working as a school teacher and a social worker.
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us and draw us in forever. Arnie stopped at intersections where we should have had the right-of-way; at others, where traffic lights glowed red, he cruised Christine mildly through without even slowing. On Main Street I saw Shipstad's Jewelry Store and the Strand Theater, both of them torn down in 1972 to make way for the new Pennsylvania Merchants Bank.