The Organist Wore Pumps

The Organist Wore Pumps

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by Mark Schweizer
     
 

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Police chief Hayden Konig is a lucky man. He’s wealthy, he enjoys his work, he has a loving wife, good friends, and lives in the quaintest, most picturesque town in the North Carolina mountains. With all this going for him, you’d think he’d be satisfied. He’s not. He longs to be a writer, a hard-boiled, noir detective word-slinger worthy of

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Police chief Hayden Konig is a lucky man. He’s wealthy, he enjoys his work, he has a loving wife, good friends, and lives in the quaintest, most picturesque town in the North Carolina mountains. With all this going for him, you’d think he’d be satisfied. He’s not. He longs to be a writer, a hard-boiled, noir detective word-slinger worthy of the 1939 Underwood No. 5 sitting on his desk—a typewriter once owned by Raymond Chandler. You’d think a machine like this would help. It doesn’t.

wisemanAs a detective, Chief Konig is at the top of his game. As the organist at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, he can play with the best of them. But as a writer, Hayden produces more bad prose than the St. Germaine Garden Club’s annual poetry review.

What do the bones of an ancient king, a scoodle of skunks, a farm auction, the best Christmas parade ever, and an obnoxious deacon have to do with the dead body floating in Lake Tannenbaum? Maybe nothing. Maybe everything. It’s up to Hayden to pull all the clues together like two cousins in a Kentucky hayloft. After all, Epiphany is right around the corner!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940013825574
Publisher:
SJMPbooks
Publication date:
12/08/2011
Series:
The Liturgical Mysteries , #8
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
192
Sales rank:
154,662
File size:
924 KB

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The Organist Wore Pumps 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
the whole series is hilarious. read them in order and be prepared for your face to hurt from laughing !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I could tell that Schweitzer knew a few things about being a church choir director as well as the issues of our times. The Sophie Slugh interludes really made me think!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago