L'Oro Verde

In the quiet hill country of Italy, Bernardo’s body is discovered propped up against the statue of St. Francis of Assisi in the medieval church where he once served as altar boy. Montriano Police Inspector Alessandro DiMarco asks Sister Angela, local teacher known for her detective work, to help solve the crime. Under pressure by the bishop’s representative to keep the priest and patrons out of the investigation, the nun struggles to understand the victim’s relationship to the powerful families involved in the production of l’oro verde, the region’s famous olive oil; its green gold. More

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About Coralie Hughes Jensen

Mystery/historical writer Coralie Hughes Jensen loves to travel. In 2005, Coralie traveled to New Zealand, very interested in how two very different cultured lived together. While living in Europe, she was able to visit and make friends in northern Italy. She visits every country and studies the culture before she locates her novels there.

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