Nursing a Grudge by Chris Well
(The Earl Walker Mysteries, Book 1)

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What is a grouchy old man to do when two attractive women drag him from his assisted-living apartment to join a clandestine spicy hot chili party? He almost has fun -- until someone ends up dead. Now Earl Walker seems to be the only person suspicious of the way the partygoer met his demise. Can he solve the puzzle -- and figure out his relationship with his new lady friend -- before the Candlewick Retirement Community is closed down by state inspectors and the suspects move away?

About Chris Well

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An award-winning writer and editor of 20 years, Chris Well is editor of Homecoming Magazine and a contributing editor to CCM Magazine. His fiction has appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine and the online publication Infuze Magazine. He lives with his wife in Tennessee.
Published July 1, 2010 by Barbour Publishing, Inc.. 256 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Romance. Fiction

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By the time the book ended, the reader is given a light overview of each character and enough individual background to connect with the residents, but for the most part there is very little in-depth information revealed in this first book.

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