LET THERE BE SUSPECTS By Emilie Richards

Let There Be Suspects by Emilie Richards

As all the Ministry Series featuring Aggie Solan Wilcox this an excellent cozy mystery. A couple weeks before Christmas Aggie plan an Open House for her Church. Unknown; her Mother Junie plan a family reunion. Aggie and sisters are dismay when their Mother arrives with their foster siste, Ginger. It meant trouble especially for Sid. Altercation between Sid and Ginger spells lemonade all over the Church’s special punch bowl is broken. Ginger buys Christmas presents for the children that parents said they couldn’t have. Ginger is found MURDER in front of Nativity scene and Sid placed the Baby in his crib and Sid is the only suspect. It up to Aggie to find other suspects so Sid is not arrested. This an is an excellent Christmas story with plenty of moral issues cover.

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5 Responses to LET THERE BE SUSPECTS By Emilie Richards

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for the review.

  2. Mare F says:

    I really enjoy this series!

  3. Sounds like a good festive Christmas read!

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