Money Counters and Soul Catchers

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AuthorHouse, Jan 2, 2007 - Fiction - 288 pages
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Retired from his job at Maple Grove Savings & Loan Company, Carson Wright no longer counts money on a daily basis, but he still counts souls--and there are a growing number in town that drive him crazy.


Two factors kept him from fussing too much when the first gay couple moved into town--his realtor niece needed the commission, and the ‘fruity pair’, as he shamefully called them, lived far enough away to be ignored--but when the ‘other pair’ bought a house across the street, he affected signs of distress.  He also never ignored them, when he could harass them just as easily. 


The arrival of a third gay couple in Maple Grove Junction sends Wright into a seeming frenzy, and after managing to involve himself in altercations with both the new couple and the ‘other pair’ on the same day, he manages to disappear!

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About the author (2007)

After a 23-year ‘office stint’, Connecticut native, Susan M. Hooper, has gone on to create a socially-aware mystery series.


When she is not writing, Ms. Hooper, who continues to reside with her extended family, works the Connecticut craft circuit with her friends, Bunny, Dot, Leslie, and Millie, on a regular basis.

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