Sister Suicide

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Sister Suicide

Sister Suicide A nun is torn apart by crocodiles in a Buddhist theme park Is it a case of suicide or does a monastic community in the Thai provinces harbor a vicious killer Father Ananda Buddhist monk and reluctant

  • Title: Sister Suicide
  • Author: Nick Wilgus
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  • Page: 300
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A nun is torn apart by crocodiles in a Buddhist theme park Is it a case of suicide or does a monastic community in the Thai provinces harbor a vicious killer Father Ananda, Buddhist monk and reluctant detective is called from Bangkok to untangle an insidious web of vested interests, corruption and murder in the second, newly re edited episode of the Father Ananda mysteryA nun is torn apart by crocodiles in a Buddhist theme park Is it a case of suicide or does a monastic community in the Thai provinces harbor a vicious killer Father Ananda, Buddhist monk and reluctant detective is called from Bangkok to untangle an insidious web of vested interests, corruption and murder in the second, newly re edited episode of the Father Ananda mystery series.

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    1. Nancy Stewart on said:

      Father Amanda SucceedsThis book was slow to start, but then became interesting. Father Amanda and Jak got themselves into some tight spots again. But, in the end they were successful in solving the various crimes. A good read.

    2. Lee Holz on said:

      Sister Suicide is a well-crafted mystery that also provides a look into the lives of monks in a Buddhist monastery. The characters are well drawn and interesting. All in all, a very enjoyable read.

    3. Shaun on said:

      We have all heard how difficult the first novel for an author can be. We hear even more often how much more difficult the second novel is. So, when I started reading Sister Suicide, the second Father Ananda book, I had to wonder if it would be as compelling as the first. Mindfulness and Murder had a monk who was struggling with anger and who possessed a biting sarcasm, but also a devotion to justice and the principles of the Buddha’s teachings. Would that same character maintain his appeal? Wo [...]

    4. Elanor on said:

      Sadly, no no no. Those who have read Mindfulness and Murder will find a useless repeat - all the intrigue springs are the same; one murder, then another one soon after, an piece of jewelry left on the premises, going through trash and finding something unclear, harm befalling Jak etc Also we know from the very beginning who the bad guys are (and so does Father Ananda!) but nothing happens, except for the fact the bad guys have proven themselves willing to kill to protect their secret - and Fathe [...]

    5. Tom Vater on said:

      The second installment of the Father Ananda series sees the Bangkok based Buddhist monk and his sidekick Jak travel to the Thai hinterlands to investigate the mysterious death of a nun in a Buddhist theme park, popular for its garish depictions of hell. As soon as the reluctant sleuth arrives at the monastery connected to the theme park, more mysterious deaths occur. Neither the abbot nor the police have any appetite to investigate and it is up to the ever curious Ananda to get to the bottom of [...]

    6. Elizabeth Bailey on said:

      This was fascinating and different. I loved the Buddhist detail and although the story was quite melodramatic in what happened, I so much enjoyed the bizarre background that it quite fitted in. The mystery was great, and the characters fascinating. Will be reading more of this series.

    7. Patty Hanahoe-Dosch on said:

      The entire series of Brother Ananda mysteries is wonderful. The mysteries keep you guessing while you learn about the human condition, Thailand and Buddhism in a fun way.

    8. Susan on said:

      Fine mystery with a Buddhist monk as the detective in an interesting Thailand setting and excellent plot.

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