They Still Call Me Sister Book Review
The bonds of sisterhood uncover the truth in a psychologist patient’s alleged suicide. “They Still Call Me Sister” is a fictitious psychological thriller and murder mystery that will trigger conversations about racial identity, sexual orientation, politics and the intersection of religion. Kathy Carpenter, a former Catholic nun turned psychologist, had a patient, Chanelle Trout, who allegedly committed suicide.
Carpenter, aka “Sister Nun,” does not believe her patient took her life. Carpenter embarks on an investigation into her patient’s alternative lifestyle that leads her into a scandalous underground world of sexual obsession, drugs, murder and political corruption. In the process of unraveling this mystery, Carpenter builds a closer relationship with her sister Tina and finds herself relying on her sibling to protect her as she puts her own life in jeopardy to discover the truth.
I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review. Kathy Carpenter, a former nun turned psychologist, is known for her celebrity clientele. Unfortunately, Kathy reconnects with a young woman, Chanelle Trout, whom she mentored until she began college. Their reconnection has brought forth dark secrets with political connections that could destroy many lives.
This was a fantastic journey as we travel from past to present, to see where Kathy was coming from, and where she is now. This was quite the page turner as we try to uncover the truth. I thought it was that Kathy has a supportive family. Even after Tina was run off the road, she still assisted her sister. Kathy also had great strength, she trusted God in all ways. This was great book throughout and you’re certainly left guessing until the final piece of the puzzle! A great cozy mystery for a rainy, indoor summer day.