New Orleans has always been a place where anything seems possible, but no one expected to find nuns dead in a chapel. It seems someone has a grudge. Rick Bentz and his partner Reuben Montoya are called to St. Marguerite's church and the site of the first murder. Unfortunately, Montoya knows the deceased and several others at St. Marguerite's. He should let someone else work the case, but this is personal. These people were from his past. The investigation starts off rough and just gets rougher. Nothing is as it seems at St. Marguerite's. The first body is Sister Camille, an ex party girl getting ready to take her final vows, or was she? Soon a pattern become evident and working on every lead they get, Bentz and Montoya do their best to figure out this mystery before the killer strikes again.
This book is FILLED with characters. I'd be so bold as to say they could have their own who-dun-it dinner party. The story is solid and intricate. That being said, let me move on to the issues I found.
I did find issues. The book is long winded and full of unnecessary things. This one is 527 pages. You read it right...527. Out of that, Lisa Jackson could have cut about 200 pages at least and had a better book. There are at least 5 stories being told in this one book and I believe it takes away from the basic story of nuns being murdered. It also drags in places.
I gave this one 3 out of 5 books because it just simply wasn't bestseller quality.