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Reverend Randollph and the Fall from Grace, Inc. (1978)

by Charles Merrill Smith

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Good series with some interesting characters in a unique environment. Picture Simon Templar as a Protestant Minister in a penthouse ministry and you would be right on. Many thoughtful insights on morals, mores, and religion frame the mystery solving nicely. ( )
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Rev. Randollph is asked to look into the bona fides of a rich, conservative evangelist with a fund-raising empire. Soon, there is a box of poisoned bonbons and a double murder to be solved.
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