MINNIE SANTANGELO'S MORTAL SIN by Anthony Mancini

MINNIE SANTANGELO'S MORTAL SIN

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Minnie Santangelo, a plump middle-aged mamma of New York's Little Italy, whose kitchen is hung with strings of garlic and the Sacred Heart, is the newest sleuth in town. By compulsions and hunches -- expressed appassionata -- she outwits a killer who plugs his corpses with cork, sidesteps a local mafioso, and saves her nice son Remo. Well done for a starter and mercifully light on the oregano.

Pub Date: Feb. 21st, 1974
Publisher: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan