Camille Minichino has published eight novels in the Periodic Table Mystery series, six in the Miniature Mystery series (writing as MARGARET GRACE), and two in the Professor Sophie Knowles series (writing as ADA MADISON).
Her ninth periodic table mystery is The Fluorine Murder, published on smashwords.com
Camille received her Ph.D. in physics from Fordham University, New York City. She has had a long career in research, teaching, and writing. She is currently on the faculty of Golden Gate University in San Francisco, and on the staff of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Camille is on the boards of the California Writers Club and NorCal Sisters in Crime, and a past president and member of NorCal Mystery Writers of America.
It's 1965, and tough to be conservative, even for a nun. Sister Francesca is sent from her small convent in upstate New York to a large university in the Bronx to study theology. She's ready for challenging studies; what she faces instead is a struggle with the changing Church, unexpected feelings for her colleagues, and involvement in the mysterious death of her new Superior.
The Fluorine Murder is the ninth story in the Periodic Table Mystery Series by Camille Minichino.
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