The Killer Sermon: A Cole Huebsch Novel

The Killer Sermon: A Cole Huebsch Novel

by Kevin Kluesner
The Killer Sermon: A Cole Huebsch Novel

The Killer Sermon: A Cole Huebsch Novel

by Kevin Kluesner


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An aging priest in rural Wisconsin gives an impassioned Christmas homily condemning abortion as murder and exhorting his parishioners to stop it. A former mayor responds by starting a hunger strike in city hall, and the editor of the local weekly newspaper begins running a counter at the top of each edition that estimates the number of abortions performed since Roe v Wade. A third member of the congregation takes a more lethal approach and begins to target reproductive rights physicians for murder. Cole Huebsch is a pro-life leaning Milwaukee FBI agent. Michele Fields is a pro-choice leaning reporter. They need to set aside their differences to catch the killer before the country is torn apart. The Killer Sermon is a fast moving thriller that reminds us that our words matter, and that regardless of how big our differences on divisive issues, we can still find respect, and maybe more...

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781685120412
Publisher: Level Best Books
Publication date: 12/28/2021
Series: A Cole Huebsch Novel , #1
Pages: 290
Sales rank: 406,014
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.65(d)

About the Author

Kevin Kluesner holds both a BA in journalism and an MBA from Marquette University. He's worked as the outdoor writer for a daily newspaper, taught marketing and management classes at both the undergraduate and graduate level, and served as an administrator of an urban safety net hospital. The Killer Sermon is his debut novel in the FBI agent Cole Huebsch series set in Wisconsin and the Midwest. Kevin might be the only person to claim membership in both the American College of Healthcare Executives and the International Thriller Writers. He lives in New Berlin, Wisconsin, with his wife Janet.
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