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Right Church, Wrong Pew: Carlton Withers (Book 1)
     

Right Church, Wrong Pew: Carlton Withers (Book 1)

by Walter Stewart
 

By all reports Ernie Struthers got what was coming to him . . . But erstwhile reporter Carlton Withers sure wishes Struthers hadn’t turned up dead on his front porch. As the only person, presumably, in town with a motive to kill Struthers, Withers is hard pressed to prove his innocence.

With the evidence stacked against him and mounting by the day,

Overview

By all reports Ernie Struthers got what was coming to him . . . But erstwhile reporter Carlton Withers sure wishes Struthers hadn’t turned up dead on his front porch. As the only person, presumably, in town with a motive to kill Struthers, Withers is hard pressed to prove his innocence.

With the evidence stacked against him and mounting by the day, Withers turns to his trusted neighbour, retired police inspector Hanson Eberley, and Hannah Klovack, a newly-arrived news photographer from Toronto, to help clear his name.

Right Church, Wrong Pew is the first Carlton Withers mystery set in the idyllic Kawartha Lakes district of Ontario. Withers and Hannah Klovack return to solve yet another small-town murder in Hole in One.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781443441810
Publisher:
HarperCollins Canada
Publication date:
11/25/2014
Series:
Carlton Withers
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
213
Sales rank:
14,174
File size:
541 KB

Meet the Author

Walter Stewart was a Canadian writer, editor, and veteran journalist. Over the course of his career, Stewart worked for the Toronto Telegram, Star Weekly (published by the Toronto Star,) Maclean’s magazine, and the Toronto Sun, and was a regular guest on the CBC’s As It Happens. A prolific writer, Stewart penned more than twenty works, including Shrug: Trudeau in Power, Towers of Gold, Feet of Clay: The Canadian Banks, The Life and Political Times of Tommy Douglas, and the fictional Right Church, Wrong Pew and Hole in One, featuring reporter-turned-sleuth Carlton Withers. Stewart died of cancer in 2004.

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