Red Sky in Mourning

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Bethany House, 1997 - Fiction - 239 pages
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When Helen Bradley arrives at a quaint coastal village to complete a regional travel guide, she learns that the woman who started the project was killed in an accident which may have been staged to cover some illegal activity in this supposedly tranquil town.

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Red Sky in Mourning: Helen Bradley Mysteries (Helen Bradley Mysteries)

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Following Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep (LJ 4/1/97), this Helen Bradley mystery takes the former police officer and secret agent to Washington State to write a travel guide. But once Bradley arrives in ... Read full review


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Internationally known author and speaker Patricia H. Rushford has book sales totaling over a million copies. She has authored over forty books. One of her mysteries, Silent Witness, was nominated for an Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of America (the only CBA writer ever to win a nomination). Patricia is a registered nurse and holds a Master's Degree in counseling. She lives in the Portland, Oregon, area with her husband.

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