Blessed Is The Busybody

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Penguin, Dec 6, 2005 - Fiction - 272 pages
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Meet the unconventional Aggie Sloan-Wilcox, a minister's wife with her own calling: helping troubled  souls in need of justice.  When the naked body of a murdered woman turns up on Aggie's front porch--and suspicion falls on Aggie's husband--she doesn't have a prayer of clearing his name unless she can uncover the truth in a town not known for confessing its sins.

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Ed Wilcox and his wife Aggie Sloan-Wilcox have been in Emerald Springs for a little over a year. The congregation at their church seems to have taken to the new minister and his family, but now Gelsey ... Read full review

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After working in a church in Boston and another in Washington, D.C., minister Ed Wilcox and his family have transferred to the Consolidated Community Church in Emerald Springs, Ohio. His wife, Aggie ... Read full review

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Emilie Richards is the author of more than 70 novels. She frequently writes about relationships and finds a way to explore them in all of her works, which include When We Were Sisters, Woman Without a Name, The Color of Light, Whiskey Island, and Wedding Ring.

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