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$25 Amazon/PP-1-WW-Murder at the Convent-Tanya R Taylor Ends 10/3

Friday, September 16, 2022



It is all too easy to blame someone for something if they have had even a little trouble in the past. Thank heavens for Father Joe McCullen. He knew the person accused of murdering the Nun did not do it. It took quite a bit to find out who did do it, while holding his congregation to their supposed religious beliefs!

The Nun who was murdered was not the nicest person and very few of the other Nuns really liked her. But could one of them have done it? This clean cozy will keep you reading in order to find out.

I have read a few of this author's novel--but they were ghost stories. I definitely loved those--but am looking fotward to reading the rest of this cozy series!!

About the Book: (from Amazon)

A murdered nun. A convent full of suspects. Who could have committed such a horrible crime?

Father Joe McCullen is no ordinary priest. He has a heart of gold, but he's no pushover.

Very little passes his ears or his eyes and he can smell a "rat" from a mile away.

The community of Old Providence is held by higher standards by the beloved priest, yet "skeletons" still manage to creep out of the closets of his faithful parishioners every now and then, and oftentimes are not headed anywhere in the direction of the confessional.

Join Father Joe McCullen on the most extraordinary, eyebrow-raising adventures of mystery, suspense, humor - and surprise after surprise!



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About the Author: (from Amazon)


Tanya R. Taylor has wowed readers with her riveting plots and compelling themes.

She is the author of several #1 bestsellers on Amazon and published her first book titled: 'A Killing Rage' as a young adult.

She has worked in the Financial arena and is also a seasoned ghostwriter. Her book 'Cornelius' climbed to #1 in the Teen & Young-adult Multi-generational Family Fiction category. And her supernatural, suspense/thrillers - 'CARA' and 'INFESTATION: A Small Town Nightmare' are multiple times #1 international bestsellers.

America's Most Haunted tweeted about her book 'Haunted Cruise': "With HAUNTED CRUISE: THE SHAKEDOWN, Tanya R. Taylor Joins Ranks of Horror Greats."

Tanya writes in various genres including: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, Thrillers, Science-fiction, Mystery and Suspense.

She has a passion for the welfare of children. Her hobbies include: Reading, writing, and researching. She's also keen on documentaries and is planning to pursue a degree in Psychology.

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9 comments :

Tanya R. Taylor said...

Thanks, Michele! I'm happy that you enjoyed Murder at The Convent.
Thanks for the wonderful review.

Christy Maurer said...

I have a few of her books loaded in my Kindle ready to read! Yes, I have definitely felt people are guilty when they possibly weren't, but they're usually celebrities or politicians whom I can't really ostracize lol.

bn100 said...

no

susan1215 said...

Yes, I have definitely felt a person was guilty when they possibly weren't, but they weren't anyone I knew personally.

Debbi Wellenstein said...

No, I have not.

PAIGE said...

No I haven't

abbie said...

no I havent

David Hollingsworth said...

There have been times where I misjudged a person and I've regretted it.

clc408 said...

No, but circumstantial evidence IS evidence and if it's convincing it's valid.

 
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