Killing Gifts

Deborah Woodworth

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Killing Gifts

Killing Gifts The Depression s winter gloom has crept into the summerhouse of the Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts The dead body of a woman of dubious reputation a lost soul befriended by many of the brother

  • Title: Killing Gifts
  • Author: Deborah Woodworth
  • ISBN: 9780380804269
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Depression s winter gloom has crept into the summerhouse of the Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts The dead body of a woman of dubious reputation a lost soul befriended by many of the brothers and sisters sits at a table in an evening gown, snow swirling around her frozen ankles, her lifeless arms stretched out before her A frantic call goes out to KentuThe Depression s winter gloom has crept into the summerhouse of the Hancock Shaker Village in Massachusetts The dead body of a woman of dubious reputation a lost soul befriended by many of the brothers and sisters sits at a table in an evening gown, snow swirling around her frozen ankles, her lifeless arms stretched out before her A frantic call goes out to Kentucky, begging Eldress Rose Callahan to brave the February cold and come East, where her keen eye and peerless deductive powers are needed to help lift a terrible weight from the bereft and dwindling community of Believers But Sister Rose s arrival is greeted with local suspicion and spreading terror when murder once again scars the gentle village And as the fury of winter further isolates the small village from its suspicious neighbors, Sister rose and her dear friend Gennie Malone must race to unmask a killer who may be mad enough to keep killing throughout this frigid season of dying.

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    One thought on “Killing Gifts

    1. Laurie D'ghent on said:

      Really quite nice. A unique take on the standard murder mystery. Nothing too dark or graphic, and only mild swearing and very mild innuendo. I would read more.

    2. Betsy on said:

      Slow going but fairly enjoyable. Sister Rose is interesting but her friend from Kentucky is very immature. I was interested in the Shaker way of life, but it's not surprising that their movement died out when celibacy was one of their beliefs.

    3. Corrine on said:

      It is fun for me to find another mystery writer, that is clean and easy to follow. I just enjoy a light beach read.

    4. RollingT on said:

      I found it to be a quick easy read and that it had some interesting insights to the Shaker movement. If you just want to blow away some time this wouldn't be too bad.

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