Nun with a Gun

Rated 4.96/5 based on 27 reviews
Inspector Martinelli decides to take a vacation after his encounters with the vampires in the Vatican. He leaves Rome and flies to Munich in Bavaria, always hoping to meet a ‘Knight of Christ’ and maybe a few ‘Royal’ vampires. His hatred of vampires has sent him on a quest to kill as many as he can but things don’t turn out the way he planned. More

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TiraGP reviewed on July 19, 2017

This author has created another great plot with plenty of strange twists and turns. Like the previous book (Vampire in the Vatican) the setting is original but the main character is back with his same wry humour and keen insights needed to solve the mystery. I especially like the religious aspects mixed into the story. Very original and fun to read.
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Mary Clyde reviewed on July 15, 2015

Another wonderful mystery story that I found easy to read. I don't read many books as I'd rather see the movie but a Vampire in the Vatican and Nun with a Gun was a pleasure.
Funny, sad and quite exciting. A lot of story and a lot of mystery. Some wonderful surprises that kept me reading.
I'm enjoying this series very much and look forward to more.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Carol Shoar reviewed on July 13, 2015

Another great story about Inspector Martinelli. Totally different from the first book but it was good to see how he coped in a different country. New characters that are very likeable and a search for Nazi gold. A well put together story with a lot of mystery and a few scary parts. I enjoyed this read and look forward to the next book.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kevin Lokten reviewed on July 4, 2015

This story followed on nicely from the first.
The Inspector is a very interesting character and a likeable man. Very suspenseful and a great story. Very well told which kept it interesting and lots of surprises.
Sometimes it was funny and other times very sad. I enjoyed it as much as the first book and am looking forward to reading the next.
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)
Vito Veii reviewed on May 16, 2015

I enjoyed reading the continuation of Inspector Martinelli's adventures. Linda did an excellent job of building up the suspense and intrigue while keeping the story flowing, and making me feel I was in the book. I would like to say more about the story, but then I would be giving too much away. However, I will say this much, the nun in this book would give Lara Croft a run for her money. If you like action and vampires and don't mind a bit of blood and guts, then this story is for you!
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
C. Bryce reviewed on May 3, 2015

I started reading this book as soon as I'd finished A vampire in the Vatican. It flows on nicely.
This is another wonderful story about Inspector Martinelli.
Very touching and sad but again has some funny parts in it.
I'm looking forward to the next book in this series.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
Stanley Willow reviewed on April 4, 2015

Found the next book about Inspector Martinelli this morning.
Great story, Fast moving. Lots of things happening.
Wonderful story about nazi gold. A sad love story from ww2 and a couple of pics this time.
I also found it sad and funny. I enjoyed how the inspector does things and I liked the new characters, especially Wilhelm.
I wish there had been more and will be getting the next book as soon as it comes out.
Oh, I think the priest was a victim.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Philip Brewster reviewed on April 4, 2015

Another wonderful story about the Inspector. He goes to Bavaria looking for those Royal vampires and doing it on his own time.
The nun is really tough on him although he gives as good as he gets.
Wilhelm is a youngish guy that helps him and gives him support (does the grave digging for him). I don't know why but he reminds me of Judge Reinhold in Beverley Hills Cop (if you've ever seen the movie).
Another great story with great characters. A couple of pics this time and a few parts that made me laugh as well as feel sad.
I thought the ghosts were pretty good too.
Fast moving and heaps of story that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Can't wait for the Inspectors next venture.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
John Toad reviewed on April 3, 2015

After getting the day off work and my wife took the kids visiting I finally had some time to myself.
I wanted to catch up on some reading and found a following book to a vampire in the Vatican.
What a great read. This is my cup of tea so to speak.
Good to see Inspector Martinelli again and he's still trying to hunt vampires. The new characters are great and the author has really given us an intriguing story. Vampires, Nazi gold, a wicked priest and a couple of love stories. I agree with the others, it's sad and funny but I guess that's how life is.
I'm also looking forward to the third book in this series.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Kevin Fontain reviewed on April 1, 2015

Another great book.
I like the new characters especially Wilhelm and it was good to see more of the Knight of Christ that the Inspector met in a Vampire in the Vatican. I always wondered about him.
Great story about the Nazi gold and yes a love story in there.
There's no romance which was good but it was all very sad.
I'm dying to find out what happens when he gets back to the Vatican City and I look forward to the next book.
(reviewed 36 days after purchase)
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