Community of Faith Mysteries

Faith, Hope, and Murder

Community of Faith Mysteries Book 1

"Definitely a good read, and worth picking up." Scott Rudolph of ibereadin book blog
"Can't wait for the sequel."
"I have just finished re-reading it and I enjoyed it just as much the second time"

Emotionally wounded, with prayers unanswered, Faith Andersen turned her back on God years ago. She’s devoted herself to her work as a web designer—and a series of meaningless relationships in place of the love she desires. She’s happier that way; at least, that’s what she tells herself.

When her best friend asks her to help a stranger, she has no idea the problem is murder. The victim, a smuggler who brought drugs and human beings over the Mexican border, had plenty of enemies. And even more dangerous friends.

Pastor John Menard has problems of his own. When the pretty skeptic appears in his office to discuss a new web site for the church, John is intrigued, but cautious. With a recent divorce and an accusation of misconduct, he must win back the trust of his congregation—or risk losing his church. While he struggles to prove his innocence, there’s no space in his life for a relationship.

As Faith investigates the murder, she finds herself with more questions than answers. Who killed the coyote? Is the stranger really who she seems? When John discovers Faith is poking into a homicide, he fears for her safety. Spiced with danger and opposing beliefs, their mutual attraction grows. But have they gotten themselves into more peril than either of them could have imagined?


Shadow of Death

Community of Faith Mysteries Book 2

"Can Faith and John rekindle their romance? Or will murder intervene?"
"A faith-based whodunnit reminiscent of Agatha Christie."

When Faith Andersen agrees to join a retreat at the Crazy Creek Guest Ranch for a weekend of horseback riding, barbecues, and fellowship, she thinks her biggest problem will be rekindling her romance with the handsome pastor of Desert Water Christian Church--until the ranch foreman is found murdered and mutilated, and the primary suspect is her best friend's husband.

With an ex-wife and child to support, John Menard is reluctant to pursue Faith on a pastor's salary. The retreat might be a good time to find some time alone with her, a chance to break it off, before they're too involved to turn back.

Cut off from civilization by monsoon flooding, law enforcement is unable to reach the ranch to investigate the murder. With a psychopathic killer on the loose, Faith and John are compelled to join forces to hunt down the murderer. But can they identify the culprit before he--or she--claims another victim?


A Game of Murder

Community of Faith Mysteries Book 3

"I loved the non stop action in the book."

For the third time in less than six months, Faith Andersen, self-professed computer nerd and skeptical Christian, must solve a murder. 

Mira Levinson dared to challenge the local gamer club’s male brotherhood of geekdom. She wrote a game about feelings. A good game. For that she had to die. 

The police are focused on the wrong suspect. The police are focused on one of Faith’s friends. 

The future of more than one of her friends is in jeopardy. Driven by her desire for justice, Faith must find out who killed Mira. Without dying in the process.

Or losing the love of her life. 


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