Burying the Hatchet by Chris Well
(The Earl Walker Mysteries, Book 2)

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Longtime grump Earl Walker is attending church for the first time in years. The minister, Andrew Benton, has been waging a public war with celebrity psychic Montague Black, who is riding his way to national fame by intruding on a local murder investigation. When the two men are invited to a public summit, both walk into the room -- but only the minister comes out alive. Can Earl prove that Pastor Benton was inexplicably framed? Or is it time to find a new church?

About Chris Well

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Chris Well writes laugh-out-loud crime and mystery fiction. His novels include "Forgiving Solomon Long" ("Action-packed prose," "RT Book Reviews") and "Tribulation House" ("Well's clever dialogue will leave readers in stitches," "Publishers Weekly"). He and his wife live in Tennessee.
Published January 1, 2011 by Barbour Publishing, Inc.. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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