Irish Gilt

Irish Gilt

Book - 2005
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Baker & Taylor
Detective Phil Knight teams up with his brother, Notre Dame professor Roger Knight, to investigate the theft of some valuable artifacts and the killing of a researcher, crimes that may be linked to a nineteenth-century theologian.

McMillan Palgrave
When South Bend, Indiana, Detective Phil Knight meets Boris Henry, an enthusiast of the historic Father John Zahm, a Notre Dame priest who was once involved in theoretical disputes during the 19th century, he wants to introduce Boris to his brother, Notre Dame's Professor Roger Knight, who shares a passion for this legendary man. As expected Boris and Roger have much to discuss. But then some of Boris's collection of rare Zahm artifacts go missing and Boris turns up dead, and the Knight brothers team up to uncover the truth behind the murder in Irish Gilt, an absorbing addition to this series by the author of the beloved Father Dowling mysteries.


Holtzbrinck
When South Bend, Indiana, Detective Phil Knight meets Boris Henry, an enthusiast of the historic Father John Zahm, a Notre Dame priest who was once involved in theoretical disputes during the 19th century, he wants to introduce Boris to his brother, Notre Dame’s Professor Roger Knight, who shares a passion for this legendary man. As expected Boris and Roger have much to discuss. But then some of Boris's collection of rare Zahm artifacts go missing and Boris turns up dead, and the Knight brothers team up to uncover the truth behind the murder in Irish Gilt, an absorbing addition to this series by the author of the beloved Father Dowling mysteries.


Blackwell North Amer
South Bend Detective Phil Knight isn't particularly interested in the intellectual pursuits of his brother Roger, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. At least not until they lead to intriguing cases for Phil to investigate.
In Irish Gilt, Phil introduces Roger to Boris Henry because he learns that they share an interest in the legendary Father John Zahm, a nineteenth-century Notre Dame priest. Boris has come to the university to access the Notre Dame archives, which house many valuable Zahm artifacts. The trouble begins when some of those artifacts go missing. Then a man turns up dead on campus - another man interested in Zahm - and Phil and Roger have another baffling case to tackle.

Baker
& Taylor

South Bend, Indiana, detective Phil Knight teams up with his brother, Notre Dame professor Roger Knight, to investigate the theft of some valuable artifacts and the killing of a researcher, crimes that may be linked to nineteenth-century priest and theologian Father John Zahm.

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, c2005
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312336882
0312336888
Characteristics: 231 p. ; 22 cm

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