REPORTING: MICHAEL EDWARD MILLER
Becky Wooley’s debut crime novel is called NON PROPHET MURDERS: A Grit and Grace Mystery. Filled with Southern humor, it’s both a mystery and a wry look at small-town churches and charismatic preachers.
Wooley is a minister’s wife. In that role, she’s encountered many situations worthy of being part of a satirical tale, but always kept quiet… until now.
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BLOG EXCLUSIVE! Hear an audio excerpt of the novel– author Wooley reads it for us.
MEET THE AUTHOR!
Wooley will have a book signing on Sunday, June 13th, 2p – 4p, at Olde Towne Books in Brainerd.
ABOUT THE NOVEL:
From the publisher’s Web site:
Four ministers ignore the prophecy, REPENT OR DIE. Three of them die:
-Pastor Newell Post Lawson, militaristic founder of Holy City Pre-millennial Church, suffers an on-air heart attack.
-Politically ambitious Reverend Bishop, The Reverend Bishop of Greater Bennettville First Baptist/Methodist/Episcopal/Holiness Alpha and Omega International Tabernacle, succumbs to food poisoning.
-Brother Thomas Alexander Willis dies dramatically in the baptistery of Bennettville One True Church after preaching against drama in worship.
-Twenty-three-year-old Grit Griffin is injured in an explosion at an unconventional Christian fellowship named Deep Water.
Now Grit and Thomas Willis’ daughter, Grace, must stop a serial killer.