In her debut mystery, acclaimed novelist Elizabeth Cunningham delivers both gripping plot and characters drawn with humor, compassion, and psychological depth. Readers who have experienced a small-town church will recognize old friends—and nemeses. Those for whom such a setting is exotic, prepare to be initiated into the arcane mysteries of parish life. A mystery in the classic tradition, Murder at the Rummage Sale brings to fresh life the timeless quirks and contradictions of human nature, the comic and the poignant, the merciful—and the murderous.
Publisher: Imagination Fury Arts
Cunningham deftly weaves in aspects of postwar life, theological stances…and lush descriptions of food and nature.
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