The Sisters of Santa Rosa

The Sisters of Santa Rosa : The Missionaries

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The Bishop of Medellin, Colombia, is kidnapped by a notorious drug lord, Escargo The Snail. Neo-journalist Trey Richards, who has gone down there to get a story on a drug runner, ends up as his cellmate. Trey has a few roaming minutes left on his phone, enough for Bishop Julius to call his sister, Mother Mary Michael. But how can she and a small community of poor desert nuns find Obispo Julio in time to save his life, without getting killed themselves? Enter Typhoon Billy, a renegade crop duster who gets roped into flying the sisters, their tent, and their belongings, into cartel country. "What are ya gonna do when we get there, have a bunch of nuns with guns storm the place?" he wants to know. Ann graduated from Northwestern University in 1991. The Sisters of Santa Rosa is her breakout novel. Award-winning filmmaker Patrick Coyle (Into Temptation) Minneapolis, gives The Sisters of Santa Rosa five stars, calling it "a wildly creative, very well-written novel, with ingenious minor characters." So strap yourself in with that frayed seat harness and enjoy. We'll try to get you back in one more

Product details

  • Paperback | 276 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 16mm | 318g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508651256
  • 9781508651253

About Ann Madeline Perkinton

Ann Madeline is also the founder of World Bird Day, celebrating the beauty, hilarity and joy these flying friends bring into our lives. July 12th. Wear feathers! (Preferably home-made out of paper.)show more