Donna Fletcher Crow, renowned for her clerical mysteries and the author of more than forty books, weaves Great Britain’s holy places and history with suspense in An Unholy Communion, the third title in The Monastery Murders series.

The newly engaged Felicity, now an ordinand from the College of the Transfiguration, and Father Antony are ready to put sleuthing aside and focus on their next big task–leading a group of youths on a walking pilgrimage through ancient holy sites in Wales. Even the shocking death they witness during the Ascension morning ritual is not enough to keep the happy couple from heading off.

But they couldn’t have predicted that the mystery would follow them. Strange dreams haunt Felicity, and as they learn more about the circumstances surrounding the mysterious death, it seems that the evil it stirred up is following them.

Combining contemporary suspense and a hint of the supernatural with an ingenious plot, Crow creates an intricate mystery in the vein of her earlier Monastery Murders titles, A Very Private Grave and A Darkly Hidden Truth, which will leave readers guessing until the very end.

Book 4 in The Monastery Murders, A Muffled Tolling, is forthcoming.

What People are Saying about An Unholy Communion:

“Donna Fletcher Crow has created her own niche within the genre of clerical mysteries.” – Kate Charles, author of Deep Waters

“Donna Fletcher Crow gives us, in three extremely persuasive dimensions, the world that Dan Brown merely sketches.” – Timothy Hallinan, author of The Queen of Patpong

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About The Author

Donna Fletcher Crow is author of more than forty novels. She has twice won first place in the Historical Fiction category from the National Association of Press Women, and has also been a finalist for "Best Inspirational Novel" from the Romance Writers of America. She is a member of The Arts Centre Group, and Sisters in Crime.