Cappuccino at the Crypt

A trip to Sicily with a group of teenage girls from St Hilda s school involves than chaperoning duties for headmaster Father Felix He s come to Palermo to right a wrong done by a thief Since the crime was revealed during confession, Father Felix is bound by his vows But that doesn t mean he can t return the stolen coin Unfortunately, the valuable artifact is hiddA trip to Sicily with a group of teenage girls from St Hilda s school involves than chaperoning duties for headmaster Father Felix He s come to Palermo to right a wrong done by a thief Since the crime was revealed during confession, Father Felix is bound by his vows But that doesn t mean he can t return the stolen coin Unfortunately, the valuable artifact is hidden in the infamous crypts in Palermo under the body of a dead priest Along for the trip are intrepid teachers Amelia Johnston and Julia Hopwood, who happily put their detective gears in full grind A troubled student, missing drugs, a murdered woman and a headmaster oddly interested in preserved corpses put the duo in the middle of a dangerous mystery And it looks as if only one of them will be going home alive.
Cappuccino at the Crypt A trip to Sicily with a group of teenage girls from St Hilda s school involves than chaperoning duties for headmaster Father Felix He s come to Palermo to right a wrong done by a thief Since the crime

  • Title: Cappuccino at the Crypt
  • Author: Marianna Heusler
  • ISBN: 9780373267972
  • Page: 409
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Cappuccino at the Crypt”

    1. 2nd in the St. Polycarp school mystery series. Headed by Father Felix, principal, Amelia Johnson, 7th grade teacher; and Julia Hopwood, second grade teacher at Catholic St. Polycarp parish school in New York City are chaperoning 25 girls from St. Hilda’s HS on a week trip to Sicily. That is the beginning of one walking disaster into another led by Johnson who is curious, bossy and not overly concerned about girls being chaperoned and Hopwood who disorganized, whiney, bumbling, klutzy and frequ [...]

    2. Very good plot. It keeps you guessing until the end. I had not read any of the other books in the series so I had trouble keeping the characters straight but it was still a good read.

    3. For Father Felix a trip to Sicily chaperoning a group of teenage girls from St Hilda,s is more than a job. He,s come to Palermo to right a wrong done by a thief. Since the crime was confessed during confession Father Felix is bound by his vows. Unfortunately the stolen coin is hidden in the infamous crypts in Palermo under the body of a dead priest. Along for the trip are two intrepid teachers Amelia Johnston and Julia Hopwood.A troubled student, missing drugs, a murdered women and a head master [...]

    4. The idea in this mystery was really good. Some of the details were annoyingly unlikely for example chaperones of high school girls in a foreign country would never go off on their own so much. That being said the mystery was still good. Really bad editing though, several gramatical and spelling errors.

    5. Not a bad storyline, but the errors in the printing and perhaps writing of the book were quite annoying. It saddens me to say that I will be donating it. Not really worth keeping.

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