Monday, January 26, 2015

A Saintly Killing

I received a copy of A SAINTLY KILLING by Martha Ockley from Lion Hudson via Kregel in exchange for an honest review.  It is a Faith Morgan Mystery, third in the series.  I have read the first two installments in the series and enjoyed them tremendously, so I was thrilled to sink my teeth into this one.  I knew I would encounter Christian fiction coated with edge of your seat excitement and realistic characters.  I wasn’t disappointed at all.

Faith Morgan is the vicar of Saint James Church.  Sal Hankley is preparing the cover for the church’s memorial booklet when she is killed.  I loved the twists and turns – even Faith is suspected of being the murderer!  I enjoy mysteries, but I can never guess the truth until the end.  This was another one of those instances, but it did not make it any less enjoyable. 

The quaint English village adds a sweet aspect to the setting.  You really feel as if you are part of the neighborhood.

I highly recommend this to fans of Christian fiction and murder mysteries.  Martha Ockley is excellent at painting vivid scenes and memorable characters.  I hope to see more Faith Morgan mysteries coming soon!

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