The Baritone Wore Chiffon [NOOK Book]

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St. Germaine’s police chief, Hayden Konig, returns in this hilarious sequel to “THE ALTO WORE TWEED.” He’s beginning to write his second Chandler-style who-dun-it (an effort that is not going as well as he might wish), when he’s called to England to help solve a murder at Yorkminster.

donkeyAs the season of Lent begins, there’s an interim priest at St. Barnabas – a priest with a wife, and she has an agenda. If the “Edible Last Supper” ...
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The Baritone Wore Chiffon

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Overview

St. Germaine’s police chief, Hayden Konig, returns in this hilarious sequel to “THE ALTO WORE TWEED.” He’s beginning to write his second Chandler-style who-dun-it (an effort that is not going as well as he might wish), when he’s called to England to help solve a murder at Yorkminster.

donkeyAs the season of Lent begins, there’s an interim priest at St. Barnabas – a priest with a wife, and she has an agenda. If the “Edible Last Supper” (featuring the Mary Magdalene Coffee Bar), wasn’t enough, Hayden also has to deal with a Clown Eucharist, snakes loose in the church, the Fung Shui Altar Guild, and a dwarf verger named Wenceslas.

As Easter approaches, it becomes clear that the murder in York has repercussions far exceeding the borders of England. Two dead bodies and counting. Now Hayden has some real problems.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013825611
  • Publisher: SJMPbooks
  • Publication date: 12/8/2011
  • Series: The Liturgical Mysteries , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 208
  • Sales rank: 141,752
  • File size: 639 KB

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  • Posted March 15, 2012

    fun series

    whether you are episcopal or not this is a fun series to read... the story within the story with it's "poor" writing full of cliches, metaphors, grammatical disasters adds to the overall enjoyment..it is not necessary to read these in order but as with all series it helps with the development of many of the characters.

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