Sandra Bretting, author of Unholy Lies, signs her mystery, Bless the Dying.
Sandra Bretting has a degree in journalism and has written features for the Los Angeles Times and Houston Chronicle. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, her short stories have appeared in notable literary journals.
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KBB PRICE: $19.95 - Only Available In-Store
Deep in the intensive care unit at St. James Medical Center in Southern California lies a young policeman slowly dying after a routine medical test goes terribly awry.For Rhetta Day, his former lover and now head of public relations for the hospital, the diagnosis makes no sense. Especially when she discovers several people have excellent reasons for wanting Nick Tahari dead. Join Rhetta as she unravels a tangle of lies to unearth the truth about an "accidental" poisoning.
KBB PRICE: $15.95 (On web orders, the price will be adjusted after the order is placed, during processing.)
This heartfelt mystery offers readers an unforgettable journey through small-town Texas and everything that entails.
When a beautiful young church worker disappears from the rural town of Enterprise‚ Texas‚ local newspaper reporter Kelsey Garrett latches onto the story. Used to covering 4-H fairs‚ booster-club bakeoffs and the Miss Fancy Pecans pageant‚ Kelsey knows this story could propel her from the bowels of the Enterprise Country Caller to the shoulders of a major Texas daily.
Her priorities change‚ though‚ when she becomes involved with one of the suspects and develops friendships in the rural community. Suspects include a fallen pastor on the path to redemption; his wife‚ an eccentric woman with her own predilections; and a church secretary fiercely protective of her pastor. Each of the suspects is eliminated until only the good reverend and Kelsey’s newfound love interest remain.