Saturday, November 8, 2008

SPECIAL FEATURE!!

EVERYBODY CALLED HER A SAINT
BY
CECIL MURPHEY

Who would want to kill the sainted Twila Belk?. . .Especially since she had footed the bill for an Antarctica cruise with 48 of her “closest friends?”
But when a search team discovers the body of the murdered benefactress on Brown Bluff Island, an unlikely duo joins forces to solve the heinous crime.
Though once engaged, Reverend James Burton and Psychologists Julie West are no longer even on speaking terms. Can their mutual love and admiration for a dear, departed friend allow them to set aside their animosities long enough to bring Twila’s killer to justice?

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Cecil Murphey is an international speaker and award-winning author who has written, co-written, or ghostwritten 108 published books, including the NY Times bestseller 90 Minutes in Heaven (with Don Piper). Writing Everybody Loved Roger Harden, his first cozy mystery, was great fun for him. For more information about Cecil Murphey, visit his website - http://www.themanbehindthewords.com/




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Heartsong Presents: Mysteries!


OTHER HEARTSONG PRESENTS MYSTERIES BY CECIL MURPHEY

EVERYBODY LOVED ROGER HARDEN
Psychologist Julie West and Reverend James Burton arrive late for dinner on Palm Island-but just in time to discover their host, millionaire Roger Harden, murdered. Ten possible suspects share close quarters on the secluded island, all of them with deep secrets and sufficient motive to have wanted the wealthy "benefactor" dead. Can Julie and Burton ignore the mysterious attraction developing between them long enough to discover who among them didn't love Roger Harden enough to let him live?


EVERYBODY WANTED ROOM 623
When psychologist Julie West arrives at Cartledge Inn in response to an urgent call from Stefan Lauber, a supposedly reformed criminal recently released from prison, a near-hysterical desk clerk tells her that Lauber has been murdered in his room-room 623.

1 comment:

Abi said...

Mysteries are becoming my favorite very quickly.