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Cappuccino At the Crypt by  Marianna Heusler - Paperback - 2012-01-01 - from Kayleighbug Books and

Cappuccino At the Crypt

by Heusler, Marianna

Condition: Good

New York: Worldwide Library, 2012-01-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. spine creasing, edge wear; A trip to Sicily with a group of teenage girls from St. Hilda's school involves more 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.…


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