Dry Bones is an award-winning* cozy mystery that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. Pastor's wife Jamie Storm is drawn out of the safety of her kitchen and into a world of danger when a dear friend from high school is murdered. Jamie learns she has inherited her friend's estate, making her the number-one suspect in the murder. With her skill set as a pastor's wife pressed to the brink, Jamie reunites the members of her high school mystery club to help solve the crime. But as Jamie closes in on the killer, the killer closes in on her. For those who enjoy mysteries with mild thriller elements, Dry Bones is fun… and funny, serving up humor straight from the fishbowl experiences of pastor's wives. *Deep River Books 2014, top honors in Fiction
|Publisher:||Deep River Books|
|Product dimensions:||4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Carole Morden is a pastor's wife, living in St. Louis, Missouri. She has worked as a retail manager, administrative assistant, engraver, tree farm worker, disc jockey, and hair salon manager-all of which created active backdrops for her imagination. Carole and her pastor husband, John, have three sons and five grandchildren. She loves spending time with family, reading, and writing.
What People are Saying About This
"Carole Morden is a wonderful new voice in fiction. Her debut novel is sure to please mystery fans everywhere. Don't miss it!" –Best selling author Norma Beishir
"Morden is a sharp-eyed observer who exposes the quirks of human nature and weaves subtle humor throughout her story of an 'ordinary' pastor’s wife drawn into extraordinary circumstances surrounding the death of a former high school classmate." –Sam Collins, editor of Christian Education for Warner Press
"Carole Morden's debut novel is a page-turning mystery from beginning to end. Great heroine! Complex plot! Hopefully, Morden has a series on her hands."-Jessica Ferguson, author of The Last Daughter, Staff Writer for Southern Writers Magazine
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This book was a real page turner. I could not put it down. I would recommend this book to everyone!