Where the Bodies Lie Buried

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When Mackenzie Russell Wilder returns home to take over Dr. Kesselman's medical practice, she thinks she'll spend her future taking care of patients and relaxing on the Hudson River in her classic Chris Craft runabout. But skeletons uncovered on the old family farm seem to dictate otherwise.

Was her outlaw father responsible, as New York State troopers think? Or can she and Bryan prove otherwise? More

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About R.J. Minnick

II grew up the youngest of five girls in upstate New York, then lived in Maryland and Vermont before settling in Nashville, Tennessee. There my husband and I spent 24 years raising half our family of six children before moving to North Carolina in 2007. With all our children now adults, I've moved from being a full-time mom to being an on-call consulting guru. I’m also a part-time Parish Administrator and all-the-time writer.

For 16 of the years we lived in Nashville, I coached writing in my children’s schools. I'm glad to say that I am now continuing to encourage children to write by working with Cranberry Quill Publisher's program, WritEarly.

I’ve written children’s plays, cookbook and software reviews, feature articles, short fiction, and even a psalm. Currently I’m focusing on novels.

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Review by: Richard Houston on May 30, 2014 : (no rating)
Where the Bodies Lie is more than a mystery of finding who killed the people buried on Mackenzie Wilder’s family farm. It’s also a story about family and discovery. In a way, the title has a double meaning, for we all have skeletons in the closet. RJ has an interesting and different way of writing a mystery. I found the characters to be far more rounded and three-dimensional than your average detective or PI novel. And did I mention the old boats. As an owner of at least a dozen boats during my time, I love what RJ added to the story with her classic Chris Craft.

I highly recommend this book to readers of Cozy Mysteries and those who like a well plotted and written story. I can’t wait to read what else RJ has written.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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