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Sammy Keyes and the Sisters of Mercy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2012

    Hi

    The systers of mersy have a bunch ox stuf in their moble home

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2012

    Good book

    Good book but needs more detail at the end

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2007

    The Mystery of The Cross and The Goblets

    So Sammy works off a junior high detention at St. Mary's. She helps out at the kitchen soup and around the church cleaning. Father Mayhew's ivory cross disappears and Sammy is the number one suspect. But Sammy swears it wasn't her she said she would never take the most valuable thing of Father Mayhew. While she was painting his office the room where the cross was was open. Then the goblets disappear. Who would do such a thing and take them. Caught in the middle of the story are a homless girl in high-tops, a trio of singing nuns, known as the sisters of mercy, two angry and jealous sisters, and one bumbling brother. Well with such a thing like this its hard to tell apart the sinners from the saints. Sammy goes looking around for the goblets and the cross but its no where to be found. Sammy thinks it was the homless girl in high-tops so she follows her into her big square box, where she lives. Nothing was found so who took it. On her way home she stops by bumbling brothers house. She's quietly looking around to see what she finds but there is no sign of the cross nor the goblets. So now only the Sisters of Mercy and the two anry sisters are left as suspects. Who could it be? Well don't wait up, read this book and find out who took the ivory cross and goblets. This book was an interesting, funny, and sad story all at the same time. what i liked about this book was its way of telling us how mysteious the things that go on are. I like mystery books they're breathe taking. My favorite characters are The Sisters of Mercy. They are funny and outgoing. They are not like the usual nuns you see. They like to so shopping and sing. I think thats so cool. But in the begining of the story i don't like how Father Mayhew blame's Sammy for taking his ivory cross and goblets. Sammy is an inisnt and caring person she wouldn't do such a thing. I recomend this book if you like mysteries. The mystery is who took the croos and goblets. i really like this book also because Sammy tries to help out the homeless girl and she tries to discover the mystery of who had taken Father Mayhew's cross even though she had nothing to do.

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    Posted July 17, 2010

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