Bells, Books, and Murder: A Novel
Why would someone kill Al? This is the question that haunts Kate Shaw in the aftermath of a tragic shooting at the small Catholic school where she has taught for years. As the members of the school community and the community at large struggle with the loss of their beloved principal, they find themselves examining feelings surrounding the loss of various members of friends and family. When tragedy strikes, many find comfort in their faith. Some, however, just find themselves wondering why bad things have to happen. With a killer on the loose, Kate must remain vigilant and find the murderer before someone else ends up dead. Was her neighbor Nellie's fall an accident, or is the killer still out, looking for the next victim? And who tried to attack Father Joe? Can Sergeant Sean Burke protect Kate? You'll find out inBells, Books, and Murder,Jane Svejk's religious mystery that will challenge your ability to deal with loss while you search for clues before it's too late!
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