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A priest finds himself bound by the policies of the confessional that makes it impossible for him to out a killer that has been murdering priests in his parish. The novel would be followed by several initial successes over the years that involved a range of supporting cast and a few main ones. Some of the most important characters in his novel include Father Bob, clerical malefactors from the church and outside it, the mafia, and an assortment of criminals who have to face up to ethical difficulties ocassioned by the rules of the Catholic Church.

Since leaving the priesthood and a teaching career, Kienzle wrote a steady stream of novels until his death in His wife Javan Kienzle died on September of metastatic breast cancer. Set in Detroit, Michigan, which is where the author grew up, the Father Koesler series of novels follow the life and times of Father Robert Koesler, a detective cum Catholic priest. Koesler is a chain-smoking personable sleuth that helps the police solve a variety of mysterious murders that occur in his parish. As such, most of the novels are a critique of the canonical rules of the Catholic Church, in narratives that may be deemed to be half-amateur sleuth, and half police procedurals.

For instance, Father Koesler is a heavy drinker and smoker, and is the perfect example of the wide gulf not only between the ordinary people and the priests but also between priest and the nuns.

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The novels offer some great insights into the daily routines of nuns and priests, including a peek into the sacred rituals of the church, particularly the concept of confession. What is even more interesting is the authors take on differences in opinion among parishioners, nuns, and priest on issues of canon such as the rules of Vatican Two. All of these take place alongside thrilling narratives of journalists, cops, and Detroit clergymen having to deal with abortion, black magic, drug peddling prostitution, extortion, and decapitations.

Set in Detroit Michigan it opens to the murder if an elderly priest killed on Ash Wednesday while waiting to die in a city hospital. A nun is found murdered in her bathtub barely two days later.


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It is soon a murder fest as nuns and priests are found killed left right and center. The common aspect of the deaths is that all of the victims are left clutching a rosary in their left hands. Even then, the murders, which take place on Easter and Lent, look too similar they can be deemed anything but random. Soon the police department sets up a task force to investigate the murders. They also enlist the help of Father Koesler, an avid mystery fiction fan and the editor of the Detroit Catholic to assist in unraveling the mystery.

Father Koesler makes a comeback in the second novel of the series to find that an unknown assailant has been murdering the citizens of Detroit and replacing the heads of church statues with the decapitated heads of his victims. But in the seemingly gruesome and bizarre murders, the killings seem to have a method to them. Father Koesler is once again called upon by the police department heads, Lieutenant Ned Harris, and homicide inspector Walter Koznicki to consult on the case.

If you see one missing just send me an e-mail below. Book s. A priest finds himself bound by the policies of the confessional that makes it impossible for him to out a killer that has been murdering priests in his parish. The novel would be followed by several initial successes over the years that involved a range of supporting cast and a few main ones. Some of the most important characters in his novel include Father Bob, clerical malefactors from the church and outside it, the mafia, and an assortment of criminals who have to face up to ethical difficulties ocassioned by the rules of the Catholic Church.

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Since leaving the priesthood and a teaching career, Kienzle wrote a steady stream of novels until his death in His wife Javan Kienzle died on September of metastatic breast cancer. Set in Detroit, Michigan, which is where the author grew up, the Father Koesler series of novels follow the life and times of Father Robert Koesler, a detective cum Catholic priest.

Koesler is a chain-smoking personable sleuth that helps the police solve a variety of mysterious murders that occur in his parish.

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As such, most of the novels are a critique of the canonical rules of the Catholic Church, in narratives that may be deemed to be half-amateur sleuth, and half police procedurals. For instance, Father Koesler is a heavy drinker and smoker, and is the perfect example of the wide gulf not only between the ordinary people and the priests but also between priest and the nuns.

The novels offer some great insights into the daily routines of nuns and priests, including a peek into the sacred rituals of the church, particularly the concept of confession. What is even more interesting is the authors take on differences in opinion among parishioners, nuns, and priest on issues of canon such as the rules of Vatican Two.

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All of these take place alongside thrilling narratives of journalists, cops, and Detroit clergymen having to deal with abortion, black magic, drug peddling prostitution, extortion, and decapitations. Set in Detroit Michigan it opens to the murder if an elderly priest killed on Ash Wednesday while waiting to die in a city hospital. A nun is found murdered in her bathtub barely two days later.


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It is soon a murder fest as nuns and priests are found killed left right and center. The common aspect of the deaths is that all of the victims are left clutching a rosary in their left hands. Even then, the murders, which take place on Easter and Lent, look too similar they can be deemed anything but random. Soon the police department sets up a task force to investigate the murders.

They also enlist the help of Father Koesler, an avid mystery fiction fan and the editor of the Detroit Catholic to assist in unraveling the mystery. Father Koesler makes a comeback in the second novel of the series to find that an unknown assailant has been murdering the citizens of Detroit and replacing the heads of church statues with the decapitated heads of his victims.

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But in the seemingly gruesome and bizarre murders, the killings seem to have a method to them. Father Koesler is once again called upon by the police department heads, Lieutenant Ned Harris, and homicide inspector Walter Koznicki to consult on the case. Jack Reacher is back! The latest book in this extremely popular series, called Blue Moon , arrived on bookshelves at the end of October.

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