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Anne Emery is an attorney and the author of "Barrington Street Blues," "Cecilian Vespers," and "Sign of the Cross." She lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
"It's good . . . the characters are intriguing and the plot works." --"Globe and Mail" "Strong characters and a vivid depiction of Irish American family life make Emery's second mystery . . . as outstanding as her first." --"Library Journal" "An old-style potboiler of intrigue, shadowy characters and murky situations . . . a finely crafted mystery." --"Edmonton Journal" "For anyone who loves a good mystery, this one will prove more than satisfying." --Bookviews.com "A finely plotted crime novel that incorporates some of the key still-unresolved issues confronting the Catholic Church in 1991, when the story takes place. Readers who enjoy ecclesiastical mysteries by William X. Kienzle and Julia Spencer-Fleming may want to try this one." --"Library Journal" on "Cecilian Vespers" "Emery continues to imbue her stories with a strong sense of place, using real Halifax street names and plenty of affectionate descriptions of the weather and countryside. Series readers will be pleased with the new story and character developments, as will those looking for a fresh setting." --"Booklist" on "Cecilian Vespers" "The large pool of suspects from around the globe ensure a challenging whodunit. Readers interested in the history and impact of the Vatican II reforms will be especially rewarded." --"Publishers Weekly "on "Cecilian Vespers"