Blood Sisters by Graham Masterton
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Review: BLOOD SISTERS by Graham Masterton
Release: Feb. 1 2016
The newest engrossing mystery in the Detective Superintendent Katie Maguire of Cork, Ireland, series, has Katie firmly on the horns of a monstrous dilemma in her personal life, a situation that she will find reflected in one of her newest cases--actually multiple cases, both present and past, all focused on the same Irish
convent, Bon Saveurs. As someone--or more than one--brutally murder aged retired nuns, always showcasing each killing, the nuns' former home convent is discovered to be the burial ground of an untold number of discarded infants and toddlers. Meanwhile, Katie is accused of harassment against a former police administrator, and soon the walls are figuratively closing in. Will her strong character and determination prevail this time?
Graham Masterton's trademark convolutions and gory torments rule a rapid-paced, can't-stop -reading, riveting experience.
18+ for extreme violence, profanity
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