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Paperback Details
  • 08/2019
  • 9780996543880 0996543880
  • 340 pages
  • $15.99
Ebook Details
  • 08/2019
  • B07QLHQGZX
  • 340 pages
  • $6.99
Ebook Details
  • 08/2019
  • 978-0-9965438-9-7
  • 340 pages
  • $6.99
Preacher Finds a Corpse
A lapsed divinity student who is fascinated by astrophysics finds his best friend shot dead in a cornfield. It looks like suicide. Having returned to his farm roots near Lake of the Ozarks, Evan works as a skip tracer for the local car dealer. He learns his friend was involved in a dispute over farmland ownership that goes back two centuries - complicated now by plans to make an old weapons facility a tourist attraction. (First in a new Mystery-Thriller series.)
Reviews
John Rachel, author of Blinders Keepers and The Man Who Loved Too Much

This is an excellent read from such an engaging storyteller! It really sucked me in. That last page did cause a triple-take, quadruple-take, and whatever comes after, up to about eight. Jones is definitely one of my favorite authors.

Roberta Edgar, co-author of The Perfect Play: The Day We Broke the Bank in Atlan

A smart, thoroughly entertaining, and suspenseful mystery novel, which is not so much a who-done-it as a how-and-why. The characters are universally well-drawn and quirky, and the relationship between Evan and Naomi is fresh and romantic. I loved it.

Ruth Golden, Writer-Producer, The Silent Goldens: A Documentary About Suicide Lo

I have long been a fan of mysteries and my favorites include most John Grisham books, Robert B. Parker’s Spenser novels, and Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone series.  What I especially enjoy about those and what I enjoyed about this book are the complexities of the main character’s personality/background and relationship with the crime/victim that naturally reveal important clues and context. The constant shifts in trust and tidbits of new information kept me guessing until the end who was friend or foe and the ‘need’ to find out kept the pages turning.The events and people around Bob Taggart’s apparent suicide really illustrate the ripple effect these deaths have in communities and how many people are deeply affected beyond the immediate family. Many of the common stigmas, questions, and feelings suicide deaths leave in their wake were also addressed in a responsible way, which will help the conversation around suicide in general. 

Formats
Paperback Details
  • 08/2019
  • 9780996543880 0996543880
  • 340 pages
  • $15.99
Ebook Details
  • 08/2019
  • B07QLHQGZX
  • 340 pages
  • $6.99
Ebook Details
  • 08/2019
  • 978-0-9965438-9-7
  • 340 pages
  • $6.99

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