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by William X. Kienzle,Edward Holland

ePub Death Wears A Red Hat download
Author:
William X. Kienzle,Edward Holland
ISBN13:
978-0736640633
ISBN:
0736640630
Publisher:
Books on Tape, Inc. (October 31, 1997)
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1796 kb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
193

So I am new to reading William Kienzle - I read the first book - The Rosary Murders - fell in love with his story telling immediately, some of this could be due to the fact that the stories take place in Detroit which I am a native of. The way the stories are put together with dialogue, character development and so on I think adds to the mystique and anticipation of "what will happen next".

Death Wears A Red Hat book. William X. Kienzle, Edward Holland (Narrator). Death Wears a Red Hat "is the kind of mystery that I read the others to find. It has the right ingredients. An extraordinary tale of justice and morality. "Houston Chronicle" From William X. Kienzle, author of the classic murder mystery, "The Rosary Murders.

Father Dolson was wearing, in addition to his black cassock and Roman collar, a long white surplice. This puzzled Fallon and Karnego, both of whom were Catholic and knew that surplices were worn only during the liturgy

Father Dolson was wearing, in addition to his black cassock and Roman collar, a long white surplice. This puzzled Fallon and Karnego, both of whom were Catholic and knew that surplices were worn only during the liturgy. However, unknown to them, tucked into Dolson’s sash belt was a small-caliber revolver.

Death Wears a Red Hat is the kind of mystery that I read the others to find . Houston Chronicle From William X. Kienzle, author of the classic murder mystery, The Rosary Murders. But there does seem to be a method in the gruesome madness and Father Koesler is once again drawn into the investigation, this time at the request of Walter Koznicki, the inspector of homicide, and Lieutenant Ned Harris.

William X. Kienzle presents another Father Koesler mystery in which a bizarre series of murders begins with a victim's head being discovered beneath a cardinal's red hat. Subsequent heads are discovered mounted on the statues of Catholic saints in various churches around Detroit. Edward Holland as super-sleuth Father Koesler convincingly portrays heartless con artists, victimized senior citizens, puzzled cops, a voodoo priestess and concerned priests. This unabridged novel is full of twists and turns, detailed police reports, unorthodox rituals, and numerous subplots.

William Xavier Kienzle (September 11, 1928 – December 28, 2001) was an American priest and later writer. Kienzle was born in Detroit Michigan

William Xavier Kienzle (September 11, 1928 – December 28, 2001) was an American priest and later writer. Kienzle was born in Detroit Michigan. Ordained to the priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church in 1954, William X. Kienzle spent twenty years as a parish priest. Kienzle Death Wears a Red Hat. Kienzle.

Hard-hitting, hard-running, and, most of all, hard-hearted, Hank "The Hun" Hunsinger, superstar tight end for the Pontiac Cougars, is murdered by ingenious and macabre means in his own shower. There's no shortage of suspects — from the canny club owner to a miffed mistress to a humble rookie. Death Wears a Red Hat.

Kienzle is an excellent writer. Having been born in the Detroit area, I find his references to places I know refreshing. His gift for holding the reader's attention is superb, and this book especially demonstrates that talent. The story line is unique, and the twists and turns in the plot are surprising. This was a very good read.

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Father Bob Koessler is called into the case when the bloodless, decapitated heads of Detroit's underworld leaders are found perched atop headless statues in Detroit churches
  • As a Catholic who grew up in the fifties, I remember much of what Kienzle talks about when he describes the post Vatican Two church. He really brings back a lot of memories from the seventies and eighties. I've given this one a four star because the murders are very gruesome and though the victims totally deserve what they get this is not a book I would read again. I found it depressing. I don't like revenge stories, even if it is warranted. But in this days of Zombie this and Paranormal that, others might enjoy it.

  • I remember these books from years ago and started reading them again on Kindle. They are very good reads and stand the test of time nicely. The mysteries are interesting and they are a great way of learning more about the Catholic Church; how they did things before and the changes brought by Vatican II.

  • I loved William Kienzle first book but this one was a little slow and didn't hold my attention. I struggled to finish it because the plot did not hold to the book's title. Kienzle is a wonderful writer and gives extraordinary details of the Detroit area and the daily life of priests. So, I will continue to buy more Father Koesler Mysteries.

  • Very great mystery.

  • So I am new to reading William Kienzle - I read the first book - The Rosary Murders - fell in love with his story telling immediately, some of this could be due to the fact that the stories take place in Detroit which I am a native of. The way the stories are put together with dialogue, character development and so on I think adds to the mystique and anticipation of "what will happen next".

    Sometimes the verb usage is a little tongue tying when reading aloud, which I do with my spouse every night. Luckily for me the Kindle Fire allows me to look up the many words I am unfamiliar with relating to the catholic religion, even as an ex-practicing catholic myself. Kienzle is obviously well educated in Catholicism as well as the methodology for keeping a murder mystery interesting and unpredictable.

    This book - the second in the serious, so far, is just as intriguing as the first. I will update this review when I have come to the end of the Death Wears a Red Hat journey.

  • Starts out gangbusters, slows down severely in the middle, then picks back up to "I cannot put it down" for the final third of the book. Overall, an enjoyable read, especially for we Catholics who get the churchy stuff!

  • I thoroughly enjoy the Koesler mysteries

  • This is a great mystery story that keeps you engaged without being too gory. It's the kind of story that makes you sad that it's over.