The Case of the Sin City Sister

The Case of the Sin City Sister She s not your average nun And now Sister Eve Divine s risking it all searching for a mission person in Vegas Sister Eve Divine recently discovered she s got a gift turns out she s a natural at priva

  • Title: The Case of the Sin City Sister
  • Author: Lynne Hinton
  • ISBN: 9781401691479
  • Page: 485
  • Format: Paperback
  • She s not your average nun And now Sister Eve Divine s risking it all, searching for a mission person in Vegas.Sister Eve Divine recently discovered she s got a gift turns out she s a natural at private detective work But is it a temptation or a calling As Eve wrestles with this question, she s taking a leave of absence from the convent, investigating a case with her PShe s not your average nun And now Sister Eve Divine s risking it all, searching for a mission person in Vegas.Sister Eve Divine recently discovered she s got a gift turns out she s a natural at private detective work But is it a temptation or a calling As Eve wrestles with this question, she s taking a leave of absence from the convent, investigating a case with her PI father.But something else troubles Eve It s been weeks since Eve heard from her sister, Dorisanne And Eve s gut tells her that something sinister has happened to her difficult sibling There s only one place Eve can find the answers she s looking for in Dorisanne s world, under the bright lights of Sin City Las Vegas,Late night visits to the casino and some clever clues hidden in an address book set Eve on a trail that soon reveals that Dorisanne s life is darker and complicated than Eve ever expected In the end, Eve s ability to understand her sister and herself may be a matter of life and death.

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    1. Lynne Hinton

      Lynne Hinton is the pastor of St Paul s United Church of Christ in Rio Rancho, New Mexico The author of numerous novels including Friendship Cake, Hope Springs, Forever Friends, Christmas Cake, and Wedding Cake, she lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

    111 thoughts on “The Case of the Sin City Sister”

    1. I am still not one hundred percent sold on this series, the bones are there, but the delivery is all wrong.This story begins with Caleb Alford entering the Divine (pronounced Devine) Private Detective Agency in search of a long lost relative but soon that plot is taken over by Sister Evangeline’s sister Dorisanne who has suddenly gone missing but that story is spiked with a third plot involving Epi Salazar and his needing the Captain, Eve’s father and owner of the Agency, to come out to his [...]


    2. I have been a Lynne Hinton fan since Friendship Cake. I just finished Sin City Sister. I love a good mystery and this is a very good mystery! The characters are interesting and well-developed people I'd like to know (like her Hope Springs characters). The plot has just the right number of twists, and the suspense is suspenseful, but not terrifying. I don't like terrifying. I haven't read Sister Eve, Private Eye; I'll be buying it tomorrow! I know the decision I want Sister Eve to make, because I [...]



    3. This review is also posted on Book by Book.When I picked up Lynne Hinton’s The Case of the Sin City Sister, I hadn’t read the first novel in the Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery series, Sister Eve, Private Eye, but I had no problem quickly getting into and enjoying this second one. Hinton tells her story at a steady, well-established pace with amusing sleuthing that kept me intrigued and guessing. Though this novel does involve plenty of mystery, plenty of focus also falls on the char [...]


    4. The second in this series, and a little bit better than the first. The characters and relationships seem to be developing more. This is still more on the cozy mystery side, which I don't normally like, but something about it is entertaining. I really like the character of Sister Eve and her relationship with her Father, and also Daniel.




    5. Another enjoyable book by Lynne Hinton! It was, at times, laugh-out-loud funny, and yet suspenseful. I am loving this series!


    6. Could have been a great story because of the theme and lessons learned, but it didn't really give anything to chew on.


    7. Title: The Case of the Sin City SisterAuthor: Lynne HintonWebsite: facebook/pages/Lynne-Pages: 336Year: 2015Publisher: Thomas NelsonMy rating is 5+ out of 5 starsWhen I read the prior book, Sister Eve Private Eye, I knew I had found a writer with possibility of further novels. As I found out recently The Case of the Sin City Sister was being released, I couldn’t wait to see what the main character Sister Eve was going to do next, live in the convent or become a partner with her father as a pri [...]


    8. The Case of the Sin City Sister concerns searches for missing family members. Sister Evangeline Divine (pronounced Di-VEEN) is a Harley riding nun who has become entranced with her father's private detective business. Her father Jackson, a retired cop, lives in Madrid, New Mexico. Sister Eve takes a leave of absence from the convent to help her father when she learns her sister Dorisanne has gone missing.Dorisanne lives in Las Vegas, and has always had money troubles. Her husband Robbie is a kno [...]


    9. THE CASE OF THE SIN CITY SISTER was an enjoyable listen. It was fun and the characters were likeable. I especially liked the protagonists name, Evangeline Divine or Eve for short although her name was pronounced (dəˈvēēn). And she just so happens to be a nun who rides a Harley. It may have been a tad cliché but it worked. The storyline was great. It was adventurous taking the listener on a trip from a monastery in Madrid, New Mexico to Las Vegas, Nevada. Madrid is pronounced (ˈmædrɪd).Ev [...]


    10. Lynne Hinton in her new book, “The Case of the Sin City Sister” Book Two in the Divine Private Detective Agency series published by Thomas Nelson gives us another adventure with Sister Eve.From the back cover: She’s not your average nun. And now Sister Eve Divine’s risking it all, searching for a mission person in Vegas.Sister Eve Divine recently discovered she’s got a gift: turns out she’s a natural at private detective work. But is it a temptation or a calling? As Eve wrestles with [...]


    11. 3.5 StarsWhile I liked the characters and I read this book in a week and set, taking about 50 pages per reading time, I have a lot of issues with this book. Something I did like was the beginning and end of the book, giving the reader a look into the past which was the case the father worked on while Eve was away. It was fun to really see what happened to that character. Unfortunately, the problems this book had made what could have been a good book into an okay book. First, the story to book op [...]


    12. Mysteries are my genre of choice. Lynne Hinton’s first book in this series is called Sister Eye, Private Eye. I have not read that book yet. I was curious at a nun who would be solving mysteries. It is definitely an unique idea and totally unpredictable. The story starts off right away different than most mysteries because there is a narrative framework of a mystery that takes place back in the late nineteenth century. At first, I had no idea what the past mystery had to do with the missing si [...]


    13. Sister Eve Divine has a gift, a special gift She can solve crimes. On a leave of absence from the convent, she helps her father solve crimes. Is being a private investigator a gift or a temptation? Is she supposed to be a nun or should she hang up her habit and hang out her private investigator shingle?This mystery is personal. It hits close to home. Her sister is missing in Sin City…Las Vegas. Eve and Daniel, a member of the police department, take a trip to find Eve’s sister in Las Vegas. [...]


    14. THE CASE OF THE SIN CITY SISTER by Lynne Hinton is an amiable private detective novel with a sweet twist. Instead of Mike Hammer pulling out Betsy and pistol-whipping information from thugs, we have a nun trying to find her sister who happens to live and work in Vegas. When the Captain, Jackson Divine, of the Divine Detective Agency gets what might have been a distress call from his youngest daughter, he and his eldest child, Eve, are on the case. Jackson is confined to crutches after losing a [...]


    15. This was a thoroughly delightful follow-up to Lynne's first book in the series, "Sister Eve, Private Eye". I had a few quibbles with the first book, even though I enjoyed it, but not this one. I was so enchanted that I almost made it through in one reading session, but my body insisted I sleep instead. So it took another brief session to finish it.Think of this book like a double meat hamburger a lot of meat between two pieces of bread.Sister Eve, having returned to the monastery/abbey after he [...]


    16. I have never read any other books by this author but I love mysteries that have new settings and a good hook and this book delivers on both. The book begins in New Mexico but spends most of its time in Las Vegas. The heroine is a Benedictine nun that is on a leave of absence from her order to care for her father after he has lost part of one leg to diabetes. The sister of the Sister is missing so she and her father's former detective partner go to Las Vegas to look for her. The book had some hum [...]


    17. This is the second book in the Divine (Diveen) Private Detective Agency Mystery with Sister Eve. Sister Eve has taken another leave from Our Lady Of Guadalupe Abbey to take care of her father, The Captain (Jackson Divine). She has been struggling with her vows as a nun and her joy at helping solve the mystery of her father's last case. The Captain and Eve take on the case of trying to find Caleb Alford's great grandfather, also named Caleb Alford. He had left North Carolina to go west to mine fo [...]


    18. A Very Cold Case, Las Vegas, and a Nun Who is a DetectiveEve is on leave from her convent helping her father, the Captain, with his detective business. She's trying to decide whether to go back to the convent when a strange case arrives in the form of a man who wants to know what happened to his great grandfather, a miner in the area in the 1890s.Things become more complicated when Eve can't contact her sister, Dorisanne, who lives in Las Vegas. Dorisanne has always been in trouble, but now Eve [...]


    19. When I read the first book, Sister Eve, Private Eye, I knew Sister Eve would be a favorite character of mine. Sister Eve is spunky, God fearing and loves a good mystery. Oh, and Sister Eve is a nun. This next case takes Sister Eve Divine gotta love her name to Sin City aka Las Vegas. Sister Eve has a "feeling" that her sister, Dorisanne, is in deep trouble. One reason she knows Dorsianne is in trouble is simply that she hasn't heard from her in weeks. Now Dorisanne is quite irresponsible and t [...]


    20. 3.5 stars - fun! This second-in-a-series mystery is ostensibly about the case of a miner's letter written by an ancestor But really it's all about Eve finding her missing sister. And finding out more about her, too. Eve works with her former law enforcement officer dad, who is in failing health, to investigate an old letter And some old bones. But Eve hasn't heard from her irresponsible, trouble-laden sister in a while, and she's getting worried. A friend of the family makes the trip with Eve to [...]


    21. I'm really enjoying this series of mysteries, set in New Mexico, and the sleuthing of Sister Eve. I'm looking forward to more adventures of this sassy and strong woman, who enjoys being a private eye and helping her father, while on leave of absent from the convent. From : When Eve's biological sister goes missing, the nun heads to Las Vegas to track her down before it's too late.Years ago, Eve heard God's call to become a nun, but her recent stint moonlighting at her father's detective agency i [...]


    22. I received this book through a win on giveaways. I loved it. It was a wonderful read. I wish I had read this first book book, but I plan on getting it. I enjoy that the places that I read about because growing up in the state of NM I know where these places are. It is interesting when a person who has become a nun has the instincts to help her family but helping her business. But I think every person who joins in any kind of religious position must at some time have doubts. I am so glace that S [...]


    23. The Case of the Sin City Sister is the second book in the A Divine Private Detective Agency Mystery Series. I didn't read the first book but I was still able to catch on pretty easily. The beginning of the book had me a little confused at first because it starts with a bit of history. I actually looked at the cover again to make sure I was reading what I thought I was reading! I didn't understand how that part connected with the story about Ava's sister but it made sense later on. Overall, I did [...]


    24. Not a procedural. Not a romance. No denominational proselytizing. No gore or erotica.Welcome to a cozy mystery that is not sappy. There are several mysteries: the disappearance of a miner at the end of the 19th century, a suspicious disappearance of the protagonist's sister in present time, and the resolution of a crisis of vocation within the protagonist. Stir in an ex cop PI (the father of the women), the feds, the inveterate Harley rider, Vegas bad guys, and the client who brought in the 100+ [...]


    25. I do like this series. It is certainly more character based than mystery or suspense but it works. I like Eve as a character, a nun who loves to ride motorcycles very fast. Besides the detective aspect of the book, there are also just some thoughtful ideas for readers to consider. When the investigation into her missing sister takes her to Las Vegas, Eve wonders why people go to places like that. Her friend and father's past police partner, Daniel, says it is to escape the real world. Then he wo [...]


    26. Here is an excerpt from my review: "I didn't read the first book in this series, Sister Eve Private Eye, but I almost wish I had just because I felt like I needed more background on Sister Eve. I had a little trouble understand who she was, how long she'd been a nun, and even what she looked like because that information wasn't clearly presented right off the bat. I guess I had expected a Miss Marple-esque character. I mean, Eve's a nun, right? She must be old and walk around in her habit all th [...]


    27. The Case of the Sin City Sister is the irresistible tale of Sister Eve Divine, a Harley-riding nun who helps her detective father solve mysteries. Her sister, Dorisanne, is missing, so Sister Eve goes to Las Vegas to find her. Sister Eve is certain that something unscrupulous has happened to her. It doesn’t help the cause that Dorisanne’s husband has a criminal reputation. Sister Eve travels with her father’s former police partner, Daniel, and together they follow clues in Dorisanne’s ap [...]


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