Beware False Profits

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Penguin, Nov 6, 2007 - Fiction - 304 pages
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There's no rest for the weary Aggie Sloan-Wilcox and her minister husband, who were praying for a relaxing weekend until a member of their flock went missing.

Joe Wagner, president of Emerald Springs's food bank, disappears, and Aggie discovers his secret life-as a female impersonator. Meanwhile, the murder of the mayor's wife at the annual food bank fundraiser puts Joe on top of the suspect list. If Aggie doesn't get to the bottom of things fast, she'll be leading a choir singing the blues.
 

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Minister’s wife Aggie Wilcox is asked by a parishioner to help uncover what happened to her missing husband. Joe Wagner is the beloved director of Helping Hands, the Emerald Springs food bank and ... Read full review

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Aggie Sloan-Wilcox and her husband, Reverend Ed Wilcox, have escaped Emerald Springs for a romantic weekend in New York City but one of Ed's flock track them down when her spouse goes missing in the ... 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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