Beyond a Reasonable Doubt: A Novel

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T. Nelson, 1994 - Fiction - 253 pages
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A Murder. A Missing Alibi. And an Hour Burke Anderson could not account for.

Could the Minister be guilty of Murder? Minister Burke ANderson finds his female friend murdered holding an American flag, and is quickly alienated by his congregation as they all suspect him as the culprit. After a little investigation of his own, he finds that there is a link to the Senator running for office and the Minister and his only ally--a young female reporter--are determined to prove his innocence.

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Gary E. Parker is the best-selling author of ten novels and three novellas, including "Secret Tides" and "Fateful Journeys". A Christy Award finalist, Parker has become CBA's source for sweeping sagas of faith and family. A PhD graduate of Baylor University, he serves as the senior pastor of the First Baptist Church of Decatur, Georgia.

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