Funny Money

Funny Money THE LORD GIVETH AND THE LORD TAKETH AWAY Since leaving Louisville s homicide division to become the only P I in Pigeon Fork Kentucky Haskell Blevins regrettably spends time helping out at his broth

  • Title: Funny Money
  • Author: Taylor McCafferty
  • ISBN: 9780671001292
  • Page: 472
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE LORD GIVETH, AND THE LORD TAKETH AWAY Since leaving Louisville s homicide division to become the only P.I in Pigeon Fork, Kentucky, Haskell Blevins regrettably spends time helping out at his brother s drugstore than solving crimes So when he s interrupted from shelving deodorant to discuss a very private matter with Brother Tallman, the preacher at the PentecTHE LORD GIVETH, AND THE LORD TAKETH AWAY Since leaving Louisville s homicide division to become the only P.I in Pigeon Fork, Kentucky, Haskell Blevins regrettably spends time helping out at his brother s drugstore than solving crimes So when he s interrupted from shelving deodorant to discuss a very private matter with Brother Tallman, the preacher at the Pentecostal Church, Haskell can barely suppress a hallelujah.It seems someone has been making unsolicited deposits into the church s bank account to the hymn of a quarter of a million dollars a real blessing, until that same someone started making withdrawals Brother Tallman wants Haskell to discreetly find out who s tampering with the church funds But as Haskell gets closer to the truth, it looks and like members of Brother Tallman s sanctimonious congregation have committed adultery, money laundering, and murder And with every soul a suspect, solving these crimes will be a miracle.

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      Published :2019-04-16T04:13:52+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Funny Money

    1. A pseudonym used by Barbara Taylor McCafferty.

    2. I have read several of these Haskell Blevins mysteries. I enjoy the humor in them. I also enjoy reading the references to places I know - Etown,Louisville, Standiford Field, Eddyville Prison, Lebanon Junction. Haskell's dog is a hoot! This book's language seemed a little rougher than the other ones in the series.

    3. Good fun. When the detective describes himself as looking like Howdy Doody, you know you're in for fun. His dialogue brought a picture of Andy Griffith to my mind. No big thrills, just fun.

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