[ Read ] ➬ Murder in the Second Pew (Pastor Matt Hayden Mysteries, #2) Author K.P. Gresham – Loanexpress.us

Murder in the Second Pew (Pastor Matt Hayden Mysteries, #2) He Was A Good Cop Until He Ran Into A Bad One Then, To Save What Was Left Of His Family And His Sanity, Michael Hogan, Jr., Entered The Fed S Witness Protection Program And Became Pastor Matthew Hayden Small Town Wilks, Texas, Should Be The Perfect Place For Him To Hide.But His New Home Is No Paradise It May Not Even Be Safe When The Remains Of A Local Woman Missing For Years Are Discovered, Matt Wants Only To Comfort His Grieving Congregation Then A A Parishioner With The Same Build And Coloring As Matt Is Shot, Right In The Church Worried That His Own Cover Has Been Blown, Matt Must Find The Killers Before They Find Him.He Might Be A Man Of God Now, But Matt Is Still A Man And Someone Wants This Man Dead.

    10 thoughts on “[ Read ] ➬ Murder in the Second Pew (Pastor Matt Hayden Mysteries, #2) Author K.P. Gresham – Loanexpress.us

  1. says:

    Reading K.P Gresham s Matt Hayden series is as addictive as chocolate I recently read The Pastor s First Murder No way did I want that story to end, so I immediately opened Murder in the Second Pew The second story continues the spine tingling suspense, clear up to the unexpected twist at the end I don t know which is compelling, that suspense or the electric tension between pastor Matt Hayden and Angie O Dell, and stunning Angie O Day, the owner of the Fire and Ice House tavern.Murder in the Second Pew builds on mysterious relationships outlined in the first volume of the series, drilling down to disclose layers of the secrets that fuel town feuds Some are resolved, while new ones emerge Gresham is a master of character development I feel like I could walk into Angie s Fire and Ice House and know everyone there I especially lo...

  2. says:

    Better than the first due to everything being set and founded in that one Looking forward to book 3 This is a great series Gresham writes well and structures her novels with a solid foundation I really felt as if I was in this town and living the Texan way with all its mannerisms and at...

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