(No. 11 in the Liturgical Mystery series) Police Chief Hayden Konig is right at home in his little mountain town of St. Germaine, North Carolina. As a detective, he’s first rate. As the organist and choir director at St. Barnabas Church, he is par excellence. But, as a crime writer, he’s a far cry from his hard-boiled hero, Raymond Chandler. Still, he is not deterred. Why should he be? He owns Mr. Chandler’s typewriter.
It’s Ash Wednesday, and with the season of Lent and St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, it seems the perfect time for the new Lutheran-pastor-turned-Episcopal-priest to put her own stamp on the worship style of St. Barnabas. After all, what could possibly go wrong? With a dead body and a kidnapping to sort out, Hayden doesn’t have much time to worry about the Reverend Rosemary Pepperpot-Cohosh. Maybe he should.
Hayden Konig’s 11th mystery
The Treble Wore Trouble
It’s not what you expect…
it’s even funnier!