Past Suspicion by Therese Heckenkamp
Originally published in 2003 by Publish America
Republished in 2012 by Ivory Tower Press

“Don’t trust anyone…” So whispers Robin’s mother just moments before she dies.
Uprooted from all she’s ever known, 17-year-old Robin Finley is sent to her mother’s old hometown to live with an uncle she’s never met. The town is small, but it shelters big secrets. Robin encounters two mysterious young men, a tragic mansion, and disturbing questions about the past.

The Endless Knot
by William L. Biersach

Published in 2001 by Tumblar House

The Endless Knot is a Catholic mystery. Father Baptist, cop-turned-priest, faces a problem: Who is killing the Catholic bishops of Los Angeles? One by one, they’re dying horribly. . .

The Darkness Did Not
by William L. Biersach

Published in 2004 by Tumblar House

Something is loose in the City of Angels, and the police are not only stumped …. but afraid. With such ominous events transpiring and each day bringing new terrors, there is only person to whom they can turn —- ex-cop-turned-priest Fr. John Baptist.

The Search for Saint Valeria
by William L. Biersach

Published in 2005 by Tumblar House

Life is never dull in William Biersach’s mythical city of Los Angeles. In The Search for Saint Valeria, the third entry in the series, cop-turned-priest Fr. John Baptist and his faithful sidekick, gardener and chronicler, Martin Feeney, are once again on the trail of the unusual and strange.

Out of the Depths
by William L. Biersach

Published in 2007 by Tumblar House

It’s happening again! Los Angeles, the City of Angels, is once more besieged by the bizarre and the strange! A fresh but unidentified corpse, dressed as a priest, turns up in a niche in a mausoleum, while a trusted assistant of the Cardinal is kidnapped, and two precious objects disappear with him. . . .

Rachel’s Contrition
by Michelle Buckman

Published in 2010 by Sophia Institute Press

Rachel’s Contrition is about a young woman who had nothing, won it all, and then lost everything. After the death of her daughter, grief-spawned delusions cause Rachel to lose her husband, her home, and custody of her son. Help arrives from two unlikely sources: a young teen, Lilly, battling her own demons, and a tattered holy card depicting Saint Therese of Lisieux. As Rachel grows closer to Lilly and comes to know Saint Therese, unbidden memories from her edgy past reveal fearful mysteries of seduction, madness, and murder . . . and a truth that will haunt her forever.

Fisher of Men
by Terry Cross

Published in 2010 by Tumblar House

In the mystery Fisher of Men, divers are disappearing without a trace near San Clemente Island in California.

Murder in the Vatican
by Ann Margaret Lewis

Published in 2010 by Gasogene Books

Murder in the Vatican lets you follow the great Sherlock Holmes as he investigates three baffling cases at the “express desire of his Holiness, the Pope.” Stories include “The Death of Cardinal Tosca,” “The Vatican Cameos,” and “The Second Coptic Patriarch.”

Death in the Choir
by Lorraine V. Murray

Published in 2009 by Tumblar House

In Death in the Choir, widow Francesca is looking for love, not a murder mystery, when she joins the choir at St. Rita’s Catholic Church. But she may just find both . . . Read our review here.

Roses are Red, Diamonds are Blue by Donna Alice Patton
Published in 2013 by MuseItUp Publishing

Where’s the Anastasia? It’s been almost a year since Laura Barkley’s husband, a museum curator, was murdered and the fabled Anastasia Diamond stolen. A long year filled with accusations, too many accidents directed toward Laura and her twins, plus plenty of soul searching…
Read our review here.

Search for the Madonna
by Donna Alice Patton

Published in 2010 by Behold Publications/Ecce Homo Press

Search for the Madonna, set during the Great Depression, is an adventure novel for ages 10 and up. Dreaming of a bright future without anymore worries, Maggie is determined to unlock the secrets of the legendary lost Brandenburg treasure.

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