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The Family That Stays Together (A Sister Nun Mystery, #2) Read The Family That Stays Together A Sister Nun Mystery, 2 Author Deborah Plummer Bussey Thomashillier.co.uk When A Television Celebrity Becomes Suspect In The Murder Of Her Ex Fianc , Sister Sleuths Kathy And Tina Rally To Support Their Family Friend Soon They End Up In Trouble Will Family Ties Be Strong Enough To Protect A Suspected Murderer

10 thoughts on “The Family That Stays Together (A Sister Nun Mystery, #2)

  1. says:

    The Family That Stays Together by Deborah Plummer is a mystery that slowly draws you in Though it starts slowly it does end up drawing you into the mystery surrounding the main characters long time friend when her ex boyfriend is murdered It s part of a series so you might be slightly confused at first and some of the backgrounds of the characters are missing But the fact that one of the main characters is an ex nun is definitely interesting Also I liked the authors take on religion and fait The Family That Stays Together by Deborah Plummer is a mystery that slowly draws you in Though it starts slowly it does end up drawing you into the mystery surrounding the main characters long time friend when her ex boyfriend is murdered It s part of a series so you might be slightly confused at first and some of the backgrounds of the characters are missing But the fact that one of the main characters is an ex nun is definitely interesting Also I liked the authors take on religion and faith being balanced without over powering the novel, even when some of the characters have a crisis of faith.Kathy and her sister Tina be...

  2. says:

    Though this book is the second in what appears to be a series, it stands alone well I wantedback story on the sisters , so I find myself interested in going back for book 1 Ms Plummer Bussey has created a great character in former nun Kathy Carpenter currently a wife and practicing psychologist as well as her bubbly sister Tina The two sisters attempt to protect a family friend, a television celebrity who has been accused of murder Scandal and trouble abound Kathy is challenged to Though this book is the second in what appears to be a series, it stands alone well I wantedback story on the sisters , so I find myself interested in going back for book 1 Ms Plummer Bussey has created a great character in former nun Kathy Carpenter currently a wife and practicing psychologist as well as her bubbly sister Tina The two sisters attempt to protect a family friend, a television celebr...

  3. says:

    Deborah Plummer Bussey does it again The author tends to start slow making sure you have a full understanding of the characters in the book but after that you will not be able to stop turning the pages Like her first book, They Still Call Me Sister, sisters Kathy and Tina are still a pair, but this time they are in pursuit of the killer of their best friends ex fianc The fact that one of the sisters is a former nun makes you think about things in...

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    The Family That Stays TogetherLove that the family sticks together in time of need but I did find the characters a bit confusing.Seems this might be a series and not a stand alone book so I felt left out not knowing their past.The sisters TIna and Kathy are hot on the trail to find out who murdered the ex but they find themselves on the hot seat trying to help Liked how the clues are gi...

  5. says:

    I was chosen to receive this book from Goodreads First Reads 6 28 13 Thanks First Reads and thanks to Sami at JKS Communications for sending the book to me This book is a fun read It starts out a little slow but eventually drew me in I loved the family dynami...

  6. says:

    Now this is a unique mystery A former nun and her sister get into some serious sleuthing in this series maybe I connected so much with this book because I could only imagine how my own sister and I would handle ...

  7. says:

    Great murder mystery Read not just this book, but also They Still Call me Sister.

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