Out of the Depths

Out of the Depths It s happening again Los Angeles the City of Angels is once besieged by the bizarre and the strange A fresh but unidentified corpse dressed as a priest turns up in a niche in a mausoleum while a

  • Title: Out of the Depths
  • Author: William L. Biersach
  • ISBN: 9780979160011
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s happening again Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is once besieged by the bizarre and the strange A fresh but unidentified corpse, dressed as a priest, turns up in a niche in a mausoleum, while a trusted assistant of the Cardinal is kidnapped, and two precious objects disappear with him The police are baffled, and obviously, only one man can bring order to chaoIt s happening again Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is once besieged by the bizarre and the strange A fresh but unidentified corpse, dressed as a priest, turns up in a niche in a mausoleum, while a trusted assistant of the Cardinal is kidnapped, and two precious objects disappear with him The police are baffled, and obviously, only one man can bring order to chaos and solve the affair Fr John Baptist Together with his trusty gardener, Martin Feeney, their gallant, well dressed, and often inebriate friends, the Knights Tumblar, and an eclectic supporting cast of cranks, street people, and, of course, the police, Fr Baptist, having faced down witches, vampires, and grave robbers, will take on mystery that truly emerges OUT OF THE DEPTHS As in the cop turned priest turned detective s previous outings, in this book good and evil are intertwined yet always at war, the preternatural may be no further than your living room, and you yourself may be casually living in the strangest of tales A welcome return of one who is rapidly becoming one of modern America s best loved fictional sleuths.

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    1. Out of Depth is author William L. Biersach's fourth book in the cop-turned-priest mystery series featuring Fr. Baptist and his side-kick, Mr. Feeney. This story, however, differs from the others, since the author cleverly uses two chroniclers to narrate the series of events leading to an unexpected and rewarding end. Also the author eloquently exposes and mixes elements of treasure hunting, religious fanaticism, justice, and sainthood for the enjoyment and awakening of his readers.The book begin [...]

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