Helen Bradley, ex-cop, grandmother, and travel writer, learns that a prominent gerontologist has been murdered. When the doctor's widow also dies, Helen checks herself into a convalescent home to discover the truth surrounding the mysterious deaths. Edgewood Manor is the perfect place for Helen to recover from a gunshot wound and do a little detective work.
Good plan-as long as she doesn't die in her sleep.
Previously published by Bethany House.
|Contributor(s)||Patricia H. Rushford|
|About the Contributor(s)|| Patricia H. Rushford
Internationally known author and speaker Patricia H. Rushford has book sales totaling over a million copies. She has authored over forty books. One of her mysteries, Silent Witness, was nominated for an Edgar Award by the Mystery Writers of America (the only CBA writer ever to win a nomination). Patricia is a registered nurse and holds a Master's Degree in counseling. She lives in the Portland, Oregon, area with her husband.
|Publish Date||Apr 19, 2005|