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Death in a Difficult Position
     

Death in a Difficult Position

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by Diana Killian
 

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At Sacred Balance yoga studio, owner A.J. Alexander tries to help her clients feel heavenly. But a seriously inflexible preacher claims she's sending them straight to hell...until he ends up dead, and A.J. has to stretch her sleuthing skills to the limit.

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At Sacred Balance yoga studio, owner A.J. Alexander tries to help her clients feel heavenly. But a seriously inflexible preacher claims she's sending them straight to hell...until he ends up dead, and A.J. has to stretch her sleuthing skills to the limit.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101551110
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Series:
A Mantra for Murder Mystery , #4
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
137,136
File size:
363 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

Diana Killian is the author of the Mantra for Murder Mystery series, including Death in a Difficult Position, Murder on the Eightfold Path, Dial Om for Murder, and Corpse Pose.


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Death in a Difficult Position 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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Too long between books
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harstan More than 1 year ago
demonic practice and those participating are heading to hell while the instructors are the devil's ignorant agents. Reverend Goode specifically attacks two studios: Sacred Balance yoga studio owned by A.J. Alexander and Yoga Meridian manager Lily Martin. Rivals A.J. and Lily try separately and together to reason with the Reverend; but he reacts with a warning for them to stop their evil ways. Lily threatens him in public. When John Bauman's cows are slashed in a nasty demonic ritual, Reverend Goode attacks sin fostered by places like the yoga studios. The Reverend also blames A.J. for tempting his wife who uses free passes to attend the classes at Sacred Balance. Soon afterward someone kills Goode. The police arrest Lily who had motive and opportunity. Having solved homicide cases before (see Murder on the Eightfold Path) A.J. and her Hollywood mom Elysia and her Golden Gumshoes TV cast investigate by looking into who else had a motive to kill the good reverend, but quickly finds a horde of suspects as this pious soul proves to be a hypocrite with his application of the Golden Rule being he gets the gold and makes the rule. Putting aside that the Hollywood contingent wanting publicity for their TV detective show seems a stretch of a motive for conducting an inquiry, readers will enjoy the latest humorous Mantra for Murder amateur sleuth. The story line starts out a bit slow though amusingly so as the payers and their relationships are set, but accelerates once the homicide occurs. Fans will enjoy the mother and daughter team as they investigate the murder. Harriet Klausner