"[Sister Agatha] is intelligent, determined, funny and deeply religious, yet completely
unstuffy...[a] thoughtful mystery novel."--Dallas Morning News
"The Thurlos write with the same grace, savvy, and sense of place that make the Ella Clah mysteries so absorbing."--Booklist
"If there was ever a nun born to raise hell, it's Sister Agatha...astride her classic Harley-with a refined police dog in the sidecar-she puts the fear of God into evildoers all over the Southwest. Let's hope Sister Agatha returns soon-this is one nun who could become habit-forming."
--William Rabkin, executive producer of Diagnosis: Murder
"Sister Agatha is...one of the most original and interesting characters in the mystery field today...reading about Sister Agatha and following her exploits in Bad Faith almost makes me wish I had a vocation so I could move into her convent and spend time with her...of course, the fact that she has help from above to solve the case gives a delightful extra dimension to the story. I look forward to [her] next adventure with much anticipation. Until then, I'll have to comfort myself with thinking holy thoughts."--Carolina Garcia-Aguilera, Shamus Award-winning author of Bitter Sugar
"Entertaining...intriguing."--Mystery Lovers Bookshop News
"You have to read Bad Faith and meet Sister Agatha. She loves being herself-logical, witty, sometimes a bit stubborn, but always willing to take a risk and try again...oh, yes, she solves her first mystery too. I sure hope it won't be her last!"--Joan Wester Anderson, bestselling author of Where Angels Walk