The Case of the Mystified M.D.
Sheaf House Publishers
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Oh dear Bouncing Grandma, Glory Harper is at it again. Right in the middle of a mess! How in the world she gets into these kind of messes, is beyond her wildest imagination, but there she is.
While walking with her sister and her new puppy, the puppy makes a grisly discovery. A human hand. The authorities are called, Glory knows immediately who the hand belongs to. A nasty professor at the college where she works. A man always causing trouble.
Burned down houses, attempted arson, stifling or trying to intimidate people to vote for ordinances against freedom of religion, womanizing, just what all had the victim been involved in. It was truly looking like his character was worse than everyone thought. Glory and the victim's half-sister keep their eyes and ears open. Unraveling this mess is a big job.
While snooping around she discovers things that could implicate some of her friends and even her own family members. Follow along as Glory tries to stay on the right side of the law, while she snoops even further. Watch as romance blossoms between Glory and Blue Eyes, the detective on the case.
A really good book, that kept my interest from front to finish. Most definitely a book to share with others. 368 pages $12.99 US 4 stars.
A.K. Arenz, mother of two grown daughters and grandmother to three grands, has been writing since she was a child. A member of the ACFW, she often serves as a judge in Book of the Year and Genesis contests. Residing in Missouri with her husband, she is owned by her two Himalayan cats. Most definitely an author to add to your favorite list.
This book was sent to this reviewer by the author for review purposes only, no cash or payment was received for this review.