Book 4 in the Olympia Brown series.
Product Code: 4728
ISBN: 9780983682370
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Mainly Murder
Published Date: 10/01/2012
Pages: 262
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Price: $16.95
Rev. Olympia Brown is serving as a chaplain in a Boston hospital when she finds a colleague in a compromising situation involving a patient. Things rapidly move from uncomfortable to unsafe, and Olympia ends up running for her life. Even Father Jim, her partner in sleuthing, and Frederick, Olympia's lovable Englishman, can't protect her from a murderous psychopath with an unholy mission.
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Olympia Brown closed the worn leather diary she’d discovered in a secret cupboard when she bought the house. Page by handwritten page, she was working her way through it and learning about the life and times of the last direct descendant of the man who built her home. She was waiting for a very important letter—a letter that would determine what she would or would not be doing for the next four months. It was due to arrive that day, and from where she sat she could see and hear the mail truck squealing to a stop at the end of her driveway.

Office of Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care
Mercy Hospital
Boston, Massachusetts

Dear Rev. Dr. Brown,

I am pleased to inform you that you have been accepted into our Extended Unit, Winter Chaplaincy Practicum, beginning on November 1 of this year and continuing until February 28. This unit of study requires twenty-five hours a week of combined practical and clinical work for a total of seventeen weeks, which, when completed successfully, will qualify as a credentialed unit of CPE totaling four hundred hours of supervised Clinical Pastoral Education.

You are one of a highly select group of six chaplains chosen from over fifty qualified applicants. Mercy Hospital has one of the most highly rated CPE programs in the country with a tradition of excellence which you and your five colleagues will be expected to meet, if not exceed.

Please report to the Kessler Conference Room on Monday, November 1, promptly at 9:00 a.m. At that time you will be issued your hospital identification badge and will take an introductory tour of the hospital. At 11:30 a.m. we will have a period of centering prayer in the interdenominational chapel, followed by lunch in the hospital cafeteria. We will begin our clinical discussions at 1:30 p.m. back here in the Conference Room and continue until 4:00.

I look forward to working with you and ask that on our first day together you be dressed appropriately, have writing materials with you, and arrive on time.

In faith and mercy,
Sr. Patrick Alphonsus, OP

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