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Accident or Murder?

When the real estate lady’s body is found at the bottom of the stairs in the old Victorian mansion, Deputy Sheriff Michael Keane is called in. At first blush, it looks like the death was a tragic accident, but clues point to foul play. And then a second body is discovered, and the race is on to find the culprit . . . before someone else dies.

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“… Gabhart fills Hidden Springs – an intimate town where everyone knows everyone and a secret is hard to keep – with a delightful, colorful cast of characters.”
~ Publishers Weekly

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Mysteries, Fun, and Books

March 22, 2017Life is a mystery that unfolds its story to each of us in a different way at the right time. (Hermann J. Steinherr) I’m sure you’ve heard people say that life is a mystery. But is it one we are supposed to solve? Perhaps we are just to tease a few secrets out now and again while the bigger mystery ...

A Cow Named Blondie

March 7, 2017March 6, 1966 Jocie Brooke here reporting from Hollyhill, Kentucky. Well, maybe it would be better to say Holly County, Kentucky. We don’t have cows on Main Street, Hollyhill. At least not often. Of course, there is that big farm right behind Main Street. They must milk 100 cows. None that look like this one. Their cows are Holsteins. That ...

Books by Ann H. Gabhart

Murder is No Accident - Ann H. Gabhart
 
Murder Comes by Mail - Ann H. Gabhart
Murder at the Courthouse - Ann H. Gabhart
Freak of the Week - Ann Gabhart
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