A TRUTH FOR, A TRUTH by Emilie Richards

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A Truth For a Truth (Ministry is Murder Mystery, #5)

The Ministry is Murder is an excellent cozy series. This book is#5 in the series. You can read it as a stand-alone. Aggie is married to Unitarian Minister Ed and is not an average minister’s wife. She manages to attract trouble without trying. Very often relatives or friends are suspects in the murder. Aggie tries to clear them of suspicion. During this visit we find Ed preparing to conduct a funeral service for Godwin Dorchester. The church is full of lilies and Ed has an allergic reaction to them. The service is stopped when the corners want to do an autopsy. It determines that Win was poisoned and his wife Hildy is the main suspect. Maggie is determined to prove she is not guilty.

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3 Responses to A TRUTH FOR, A TRUTH by Emilie Richards

  1. Anne O says:

    Dear Friends of Betty,

    I hope some of you who have enjoyed Betty’s reviews of mystery books and her other blog posts over the years will read this. Betty died yesterday morning after falling and fracturing her pelvis the week before. She would have been 91 on July 6.

    Having this blog and interacting with you in the comment section has brought her a lot of pleasure over the years. Thank you!

    Betty’s half-sister Anne O

  2. lghiggins says:

    Anne, thank you so much for letting us know. I am so very sorry to hear that she has passed away. She took me under her wing when I started blogging about books I had read, kindly answering my many questions and sharing her blogging insights. I always looked forward to reading her posts whether they were about books, history, or the natural sciences. She was an expert on dogs, birds, and plants. As she aged and her physical ailments became worse, she was a model to me on how to age well. She was a positive person and eager to maintain her connections with others. Her mind never faltered nor did her love of reading. The world will be a smaller place without Betty. My sincere condolences to you, Bob, her niece, and all of her family.
    Linda Higgins

    • Anne O says:

      Dear Linda,

      I’m so glad you saw my comment! I had noted that you frequently posted encouraging words on Betty’s blog and was wanting to let you know of her passing. Commenting on this mystery book was my first try at doing so, and it worked!

      It was so kind of you to let us know what Betty meant to you. No one could have written a more fitting tribute, and I have shared it with family. Thank you for being Betty’s friend, especially these last difficult months.

      All my best,

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