Murder At St. Polycarp

Murder At St Polycarp When seventh grade teacher Mildred Pinkerton is found dead before first period it s another headache for St Polycarp s beleaguered principal Father Felix Especially when two teachers suspect Mildred

When seventh grade teacher Mildred Pinkerton is found dead before first period, it s another headache for St Polycarp s beleaguered principal, Father Felix Especially when two teachers suspect Mildred was murdered They ve got an empty bottle of pills and a motive Miss Pinkerton was suspicious of something or someone rotten at the school.The victim had requested a meetiWhen seventh grade teacher Mildred Pinkerton is found dead before first period, it s another headache for St Polycarp s beleaguered principal, Father Felix Especially when two teachers suspect Mildred was murdered They ve got an empty bottle of pills and a motive Miss Pinkerton was suspicious of something or someone rotten at the school.The victim had requested a meeting to discuss an important matter Instead, she ended up facedown in her morning coffee Searching for clues, Julia Hopwood and Amelia Johnston try to connect a series of strange events The cookie sale money is missing there s a suspicious new math teacher and another teacher is hiding a criminal past When a second death occurs, it s clear a killer plans to teach a lesson in murder that St Polycarp won t soon forget.

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  1. An Edgar nominated author of ten novels and hundreds of short stories A former elementary school teacher

877 Reply to “Murder At St. Polycarp”

  1. From what I read, I did not come across one likeable character in the story As a result, I found it hard to relate to or feel sympathetic toward anyone As a result, I didn t get into the story much so decided to pass on this one.


  2. Heusler has written a wonderful mystery which I enjoyed reading I found the book, and it is old, and read it I hope that she has written since this book It concerns a school, Catholic, led by a priest There are murders and problems galore and we finally reach a conclusion A good job.J Robert Ewbank author John Wesley, Natural Man, and the Isms Wesley s Wars and To Whom It May Concern


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