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1 Kienzle, William X. Body Count
Kansas City Andrews and NcMeel 1992 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good+ dust jacket 
Illustrated by Diggs, George (cover)

Spine slightly slanted, owner's name on endparer, spot pp.115-23. DJ corners/spine slightly bumped. A bright, attractive copy.

"‘Bless me, Father, for I have sinned. I killed a priest.’ Father Koesler is bound by the storied seal of the confessional. But is he? By odd coincidence, a new priest-in-residence, Father Nick Dunn, overhears the confession and Dunn, a product of the modern church, contests Father Koesler’s need for silence. To his further distress, Father Koesler discovers that Father Dunn has joined him in his rectory not only to study at the University of Detroit, as he had claimed, but to apprentice himself to Father Koesler as an amateur detective! In the extraordinary confession heard by both priests, they learn that the murder of the priest, Father John Keating, was part of a contract. The Detroit Police Department, unaware of Father John Keating’s fate, calls on Father Koesler to aid in finding the missing priest. Father Koesler faces the ultimate dilemma. He knows that what the police think is a missing persons case actually is a homicide. He also knows whodunit, but may tell no one. More—he must keep a tight rein on Father Dunn, who wants to play Robin to Koesler’s Batman."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
002566 
Price: 4.95 USD

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2 Kienzle, William X. Deadline for a Critic (Father Koesler Mystery Ser., No. 9)
New York Ballantine Books 1988 0345331907 / 9780345331908 Mass Market Paperback Very Good 


Spine a bit creased, corners bumped, minor edge wear esp. along spine.

"Truly, the late, unlamented Ridley Groendal's word processor was dipped in venom. At a word from the bitter and dreaded critic, plays closed overnight. Concert halls went silent. Books gathered dust on bookshelves. Many sought revenge. But four were close enough to exact it. The playwright. The violinist. The author. The actress. All with a dark, longtime link to the victim. And to Father Koesler, who'd known Groendal since their school days. Who pulled the curtain down on Ridley? All the divining Father has to go on are four incriminating letters-and one burning question."; 24mo - over 5" - 5¾" tall
001612 
Price: 4.00 USD

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3 Kienzle, William X. The Man Who Loved God (Father Koesler Mystery Ser., No. 19)
Kansas City, MO Andrews McMeel Publishing 1997 0836227549 / 9780836227543 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket 


Spine slightly slanted, small check on front endpaper. DJ has some bumping/edgewear, small chip at bottom of spine. A bright, attractive copy.

"An unplanned, unwanted pregnancy. The grand opening of a branch bank in a dangerous part of town. A vacation for Father Robert Koesler. Half-brothers who have never met, one a visiting priest, the other a hometown cop. A dinner party with unsuspecting guests. A philanthropic bank president described as a man who loves God. In The Man Who Loved God Father Koesler goes on vacation, leaving his parish and the sleuthing to the visiting Father Zachary Tully. During Father Koesler’s absence, a bank manager is killed in an apparent hold-up. Father Tully, who has come to Detroit to meet the half-brother he never knew he had, Lieutenant Zoo Tully, is drawn into the investigation. The plot has twists and turns that keep you guessing. And what about that bank president, the book’s namesake, the man who loves God? Well, he’s no angel."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall
002564 
Price: 6.45 USD

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