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Bleeder by John J. Desjarlais
When classics professor Reed Stubblefield is disabled in a school shooting, he retreats to a rural Illinois cabin to recover and to write a book on Aristotle in peace. Oddly, in the chill of early March, the campgrounds and motels of tiny River Falls are filled with the ill and infirm — all seeking the healing touch of the town’s new parish priest, reputed to be a stigmatic.
Viper (The sequel to Bleeder) by John J. Desjarlais
Selena De La Cruz has a problem. Just before All Souls’ Day someone entered the names of nine people in her church’s Book of the Dead, seeking prayers for their souls. The problem? All nine are still alive. Until they start getting murdered . . . one by one . . .
Blood of the Martyrs and other stories by John J. Desjarlais
An eclectic collection of short stories: a medieval cleric investigates a brutal murder that may lead to millions more. An elderly widower seems to find just what he needs when he needs it – except what he needs the most. A witty lovebird offers his owner advice on relationships. And three others, all previously appearing in literary journals.
Francesca Bibbo is eager to jumpstart her social life, so she joins the choir at St. Rita’s. . . when someone shows up dead, the police rule the death a suicide. But Francesca suspects foul play, so she begins prying into the dead man’s past. Before long, she uncovers shocking and sinister facts about the choir members.
Father Baptist, cop-turned-priest, faces a problem: Who is killing the Catholic bishops of Los Angeles? One by one, they’re dying horribly. . .
Divers are disappearing without a trace near San Clemente Island in California. Ms.Terry Ho, Public Relations Ambassador of the California Aquarium, is called by the sheriff’s office to investigate. A blurry picture of a colorful sea creature and two audio cassettes of its swimming patterns are all the clues she has to solve this mystery. Parallel to her investigation, the US Navy has engaged renowned white shark expert, Dr. Storm Hancock, in a confidential research regarding these bizarre disappearances.
Murder in the Vatican by Ann Margaret Lewis
Follow the great Sherlock Holmes as he investigates three baffling cases at the “express desire of his Holiness, the Pope.” Stories include “The Death of Cardinal Tosca,” “The Vatican Cameos,” and “The Second Coptic Patriarch.” You’ll encounter baffling crimes, rich, historical settings, and a fateful encounter with Father Brown!
Past Suspicion by Therese Heckenkamp
“Don’t trust anyone . . .”
So whispers Robin’s mother just moments before she dies, setting in motion the intriguing story of a 17-year-old on a quest to unravel the dangerous secrets of her mother’s past.
Pretty Maids All in a Row by Michelle Buckman and A. H. Jackson
Partners Tori Roche and J.B. Kale set out on a madcap adventure to a medieval inn where they are invited to solve the famous nursery rhyme murder mystery surrounding the 1785 massacre of twelve women–”pretty maids all in a row.” As they begin gathering evidence to write a best-selling novel to save their publishing house, Tori finds her family lineage has more to do with the present than she anticipated.
Saints Preserve Us (A Ronnie Lord Mystery) by L. K. Ellwood
Winner of the Florida Writer’s Association Royal Palm Award for Best Mystery. Where’s Lorena Alger? This is what everyone in Ash Lake, Florida is asking about their most famous resident . . . a young girl about to be canonized as a saint, a young girl who hasn’t moved from her grave in over 150 years. Now she is gone, and her grave is now occupied by the fresher corpse of the cemetery caretaker.