Annotations for Holy Mayhem


Baker & Taylor
They've been laid off, they're broke and their faith is really being tried. But dedicated Mount Kneel Down Baptist Church members Patience Kash and Joy Karry decide it is time to follow their true calling by becoming private detectives. But then a thief steals the prized family Bible and church funds are missing. Will they be able to stop the person who wants to send them to their heavenly reward?

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Baker & Taylor
Patience Kash and Joy Karry, two church ladies-turned-private detectives, must find out who stole the prized family Bible and church funds, a case that gives them an opportunity to root through everyone's secrets.

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Baker & Taylor
Patience Kash and Joy Karry, two church-ladies-turned-private detectives, must find out who stole the prized family Bible and church funds--a case that gives them a heaven-sent opportunity to root through everyone's deepest, darkest secrets to find the culprit. Original.

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Random House, Inc.
Two church-ladies-turned-sleuths are sure to raise more than a little hell when they decide to make crime-solving miracles in this hilarious new novel. . .

They've been laid off, they're broke, and their faith is really being tried. But dedicated Mount Kneel Down Baptist Church members Patience Kash and Joy Karry figure now is the perfect time to pursue their other true calling--becoming private detectives. And if that means putting up with their thug-wannabe cousin Porky's delusions while hilariously interfering with their famous detective godson Percy's investigations, it's still a heaven-sent opportunity to hear all the town dirt and find customers. . .

When a thief steals the prized family Bible right out from under Porky's nose and church funds are missing on Patience's watch, these sisters-in-God find themselves sleuthing out the strangest family and church secrets--and up against someone more than ready to send them to their heavenly reward. Now, they'll need their most inspired hunches, their not-real-fierce dog Felony, and their license-to-missionary to uncover the truth and crack this holy case. . .

"Walker shines a little light on a wacky family reunion with her usual inspirational, knee-slapping style." --Publishers Weeklyon Don't Blame the Devil

"Deeply entertaining. . .a rip-roaringly comical read." --The RAWSISTAZ Reviewers onMother Eternal Ann Everlastin's Dead

"A comic novel about mistakes and second chances." --Library Journal on Don't Blame the Devil

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