Item description for A Deadly Thing, They Say by Leslie Winfield Williams...
P.D. James comes to Mitford in this fast-paced murder mystery, set in the powerful Episcopal Diocese of Austin. Recently ordained Morgan Heath, St. Asaph's first female priest, pairs with Detective J.D. Westcliffe to solve the murder of Will Walton, a kingpin in diocesan politics. As the hunt for the killer heats up, so does the action. Not only is Morgan's boss hosting the Diocesan Council for the bishop election, but he is the leading candidate. He is also the dead man's best friend. Join Leslie Williams and her colorful cast of characters in this thrilling mystery of faith and loyalty, politics and pride, and the threat of another death...it's "A Deadly Thing, They Say."
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Studio: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.24" Width: 5.03" Height: 0.75" Weight: 0.83 lbs.
Release Date Oct 9, 2007
Publisher Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN 1602475865 ISBN13 9781602475861
Availability 101 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 27, 2016 10:50.
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More About Leslie Winfield Williams
Leslie Winfield Williams is an English professor, writer, and three-time Fellow of Yale Divinity School. Her other books include The Judas Conspiracy and When Anything Goes: Being Christian in a Post-Christian World. "
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Reviews - What do customers think about A Deadly Thing, They Say?
a deadly thing they say Jun 16, 2008
well written, interesting if you are Episcopalian....probably hard to understand if you are something else.
A wickedly fun read. Oct 28, 2007
A "who-done-it?" that picks up speed with calculated momentum as each new character is introduced. I had to admonish myself not to speed-read (like gulping dessert) so that I could absorb every meaningful clue as the tension mounted. A familiarity with church politics could conceivably increase a reader's enjoyment of this page-turner, but it wasn't at all necessary in order to imagine the gossiping and sniping that might well occur behind any set of heavily-carved wooden doors. Despite the fact that he has everything to offer and more, Morgan's reasons for keeping Peter at arm's length ring especially true. Mystery, intrigue, comedy, pathos and romance ~ what's not to love?