Body count

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Andrews and McMeel, 1992 - Fiction - 266 pages
2 Reviews
When a man confesses to Father Koesler about murdering a priest, Father Dunn, the new priest at the rectory, overhears the conversation and challenges the seal of confession, which guarantees silence. By the author of The Rosary Murders.

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Review: Body Count (Father Koesler #14)

User Review  - Sandi - Goodreads

Well created story line that kept me reading. Bonus: all the loose ends were tied up satisfactorily. Read full review

Review: Body Count (Father Koesler #14)

User Review  - LJ - Goodreads

BODY COUNT - Good Kienzle, William X - 14th in series Father John Keating is murdered, and the man who did it reveals all to Father Koesler under the sacred seal of the confessional. Ever the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
30
Section 3
44
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Mystery writer and educator William Kienzle was born in Detroit, Michigan on September 11, 1928. Kienzle is a former Catholic priest who served for 20 years until he left the priesthood in 1974. He has served as director for the Center for Contemplative Studies at the University of Dallas and taught writing at St. Mary's College in Orchard Lake, Michigan. Kienzle wrote The Rosary Murders, a mystery novel featuring Father Robert Koestler, a Catholic priest from Detroit. Koestler appears in almost 20 other books. Kienzle died on December 28, 2001.