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ISBN:
0449147630
Author:
Lee Harris
Category:
Thrillers & Suspense
Language:
English
Publisher:
Fawcett (September 23, 1992)
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1666 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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Ever since I encountered Christine Bennett in THE GOOD FRIDAY MURDER, which was nominated for an Edgar . If you go down the list of Lee Harris Christine Bennett Mysteries, you cannot go wrong with any of them.

Ever since I encountered Christine Bennett in THE GOOD FRIDAY MURDER, which was nominated for an Edgar Award as best first novel, I've been fascinated by the author's depiction and development of her heroine - Christine matures in surprising (but always believeable ways) as the series continues. Joe Blades, Associate Publisher.

The Yom Kippur Murder. Book in the Christine Bennett Series). When ex-nun Christine Bennett can't get into her friend Mr. Herskovitz's apartment to accompany him to Yom Kippur services, she discovers that he's been murdered. The police arrest someone almost immediately, but Chris isn't ready to end her own investigation.

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Christine Bennett is an ex-nun living on Long Island. The Good Friday Murder (Christine Bennett, The Yom Kippur Murder (Christine Bennett, The. Christine Bennett Series. 17 primary works, 17 total works. Christine Bennett is an ex-nun living on Long Island

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Yom Kippur Murder - Ebook written by Lee Harris When ex-nun Christine Bennett can't get into her friend Mr.

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The Zilmans lived on West End Avenue, the north-south street one block west of Broadway in the Eighties. When I finished my cheeseburger, I set out for the Greenspan address, which was about a dozen. blocks south of where I was. I walked along Riverside Drive, admiring the view of the park and the river and New Jersey beyond. Fall had not yet made its colorful strike, but here and there a tree was losing its green. I was so involved in my admiration of nature that I went right by the Greenspan building and had to turn back. A woman’s voice answered the bell, and I was buzzed in.

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A Christine Bennett Mystery, Book 1. By: Lee Harris. Narrated by: Dee Macaluso. Length: 6 hrs and 34 mins. I liked The Yom Kippur Murder. The book held my interest because there were two dramas enfolding at the same time. As Chris digs in to the victim's past, she learns about the lives of people impacted by the Holocaust.

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When ex-nun Christine Bennett can't get into her friend Mr. Herskovitz's apartment to accompany him to Yom Kippur services, she discovers that he's been murdered. The police arrest someone almost immediately, but Chris isn't ready to end her own investigation . . .
  • ChallengeMine
Book 2 was very satisfying. Again...the prose flows smoothly, thoughts are well laid out and is very easy to follow. And yes! I liked the “twist” of the whodunnit and the secrets that led to it. Looking forward to Book 3!
  • Gogul
Lee Harris has done a decent job of creating a character that is not only an amateur sleuth, but an ex-nun. Christine Bennett comes across as a balanced person who has decided to make a major change in her life, and takes the time to try to slowly learn a new way to live. And she just happens to get caught up in murders and mysteries along the way. And this story involves everything from people who escaped Nazi Germany to rare books that are worth large sums of money. The only part of the story that I didn't care quite so much for was how easily the ex-nun seemed to decide it was time to fall into bed with someone she liked. Especially after she had earlier said something about how she didn't want this sort of thing to be tied up with the reasons why she left the convent. She had other reasons. I felt that this situation was rushed, and it did feel like the character simply "fell" into it. Almost as if the whole thing was just expected, and would happen anyway, so why not now? Didn't sit well with me.
  • HelloBoB:D
Like the mystery and the characters. I like history (especially WWII history) and rare books (have a good friend who deals in rare books), so I found this mystery very interesting.
The reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that, while I like Christine, the fact that she is a former nun seems like it should have played more into her inner workings. It isn't mentioned much, and I think she would have more "issues" to deal with, having spent the last 15 years living in a convent (since the time she was 15 years old). There would be a lot of adjustments to make to the "outside" world, and those are hardly mentioned.
But again, the mystery itself is intriguing and enjoyable.
  • Mavegar
Great characters, good plot, thoughtful themes, one of my favorite series. Not gory or violent--- good for lovers of strong characters confronting well constructed puzzles.
  • Truthcliff
If you go down the list of Lee Harris Christine Bennett Mysteries, you cannot go wrong with any of them. It is one of the very best mystery series I've ever read and I go back now and then and reread them all. I just wish there had been more of them.
  • Hellblade
Good story with an interesting plot. A quick read. Enjoyed it. Makes me want to read more by this author.
  • Dainris
This series has been a lot of fun to read. It is an interesting blend of characters and backgrounds, and it kept my interest all the way.
Lee Harris is a fine writer. I find her characters endearing, and even loveable. Good plot. Interesting scenarios. Emphasis on good triumphing.