When the ex-wife of a local celebrity is charged with his murder, minister?s wife Aggie Sloan-Wilcox seeks divine inspiration to help clear her name.
Ministry Is Murder Mystery
On Sale: February 3, 2009
Featuring: Aggie Sloan Wilcox; Nora
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Aggie Sloan Wilcox likes to practice what her minister
husband preachesâ€”to a point. But babysitting a narcissistic
"star" demands the patience of a saint, and Aggie isn't
bucking for a halo.
Actor and singer Grady Barber has returned to his hometown
to judge the Emerald Springs Idyll, a talent show to help
raise funds for the local hospital. As the newest volunteer
on the fund-raising committee, Aggie is assigned the
unenviable task of ensuring that Grady's needs are met.
Unfortunately, Grady's needs are legion, as are the enemies
When Aggie stumbles upon his dead body, she isn't terribly
surprised. But when "Sister" Nora, of a controversial circus
that preaches the dangers of global warming, turns out to be
Grady's ex-wife, she is surprised. And when Nora is arrested
for his murder, more than Aggie's patience is tried. She
must use every skill to clear the name of the unlikely
prophet, before Nora spends her final days preaching on
8 comments posted.
Re: A Lie For A Lie
Catchy title! Love that you got rid of a reality show judge.
(Karen Barnett 10:52am February 6, 2009)
Hey - whether you're killing off (deserving) people, or mending family hurts, you are the best!!
Thanks for all the enjoyment you have given me thru the years.
(Betty Cox 12:35pm February 6, 2009)
I'm looking forward to reading this series - I love series esp w/funny female leads!
(Kelli Jo Calvert 1:02pm February 6, 2009)
Thanks to you all. So glad you approved of my victim and my writing. I'm on my way to Guatemala, and now I'm leaving with a smile. Best to everybody!
(Emilie Richards 4:30pm February 6, 2009)
While it is true some people need to be killed ,it always entertaining HOW an author kills...
(Dawn Raymer 4:56pm February 6, 2009)
I can see why you like to return to
"your town and characters". You
spend a lot of time and effort to create
them. Who would want to leave them
after just one story. As a reader,it is
enjoyable to revisit your characters.
We hate to leave them after one story
and thank you for keeping them
(Patricia Barraclough 8:53pm February 6, 2009)
Great Reads! Thouroughly enjoy your mysteries and your funny antidotes.
(Rebecca Booth 11:57am February 13, 2009)
You are a truly remarkable author and I
love everything you write.
p.s Aggie's the best
(Debbie Haupt 11:26am February 16, 2009)
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