By Alice Loweecey
It’s been over a yr on account that Giulia Falcone fled the convent, and her new case is the stuff of nightmares: she’s going again. Giulia’s former greater common has employed Driscoll Investigations to substantiate that the unexpected dying of Sister Bridget, a stricken younger beginner, was once a suicide in an effort to squelch a lawsuit. Did whatever force Sister Bridget to desperation? Or was once she murdered? amassing each ounce of braveness to confront her earlier, Giulia dons the feared habit—putting a major damper on her budding romance along with her boss, Frank—and returns to the Motherhouse to enquire. What she uncovers is lower than holy . . .
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An outfit guaranteed to flatter no figure. It makes fat women look like tents and skinny ones like scarecrows. ” She rifled through the tissue paper in the delivery box. ” Frank snapped another photo. ” Giulia ripped open the flap on its narrow end. A three-inch-high replica of the San Damiano crucifix fell into her hand. A plain gold wedding band was tangled in the stainless-steel chain. ” Frank’s voice tickled her earlobe. ” Giulia took refuge in ordinary, ignorant Frank. ” He waved it away.
Curse away. ” The long, narrow office bathroom wasn’t meant to double as a dressing room. Giulia zipped the black A-line dress and adjusted the wrist-length sleeves. The detachable white collar tucked in just as she remembered, a Velcro circle securing it at the back. The two-foot-long veil hung on the back of the door as though it hid a severed head. A narrow ray of sunlight touched it, and the black polyester swallowed like a living shadow. She grimaced. “All right, that’s morbid. Just put the thing on.
For what? Never mind. ” “Great. Neither did I. I’ll get pizza and pop. ” She closed the phone. “If my head doesn’t turn into a snowcone first. What’s up with this weather? ” The screech of air brakes interrupted her. The downtown bus was packed with people chattering about the 3-D movie opening that night, about sushi versus burgers, about hooking up with guys at the bars afterward. I need a date. Not another brainstorming session with my boss masquerading as a date. Two couples got on at the corner of Euclid and Maple.
Back in the Habit (A Falcone & Driscoll Investigation) by Alice Loweecey