A Drink of Deadly Wine

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Felony & Mayhem Press, 2011 - Fiction - 322 pages
7 Reviews
A scholarly, inspiring speaker, a devoted husband and father...Gabriel Neville is the model of a modern minister. And it doesn't hurt that he's as beautiful as a gilded angel. More than one member of this swanky London parish has suggested that Father Gabriel would do credit to an archbishop's robes. But all those hopes will blow away like smoke if one unknown blackmailer has his way. In desperation, Neville calls on a long-lost lover, the one person he feels he can trust with his secrets. This may not, it turns out, have been the cleverest idea.

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About the author (2011)

Kate Charles, a past Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association and the Barbara Pym Society, is a midwest native who has lived in England for more than twenty years. Her involvement in the Church of England has provided both backdrop and inspiration for her novels. Deep Waters is the third book in her series featuring newly-ordained Callie Anson. Kate Charles, a past Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association and the Barbara Pym Society, is a midwest native who has lived in England for more than twenty years. Her involvement in the Church of England has provided both backdrop and inspiration for her novels. Deep Waters is the third book in her series featuring newly-ordained Callie Anson.

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