The Chapel of Death

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A single door securely locked, two sealed windows, a chapel on the hill. At the base of the altar is sprawled the first corpse, the remains of a young woman. Behind the altar is the leathery cadaver of a young man, his head flopped over his shoulder. A case for Chief Inspector, Maurice Pruvost, and Professor Jacqueline Mouchot, internationally-acclaimed forensic anthropologist at the Sorbonne. More

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About R.W. White

Returning to the U.S. after living in England and traveling the world, R.W. White makes his home on a wooded hillside above the Susquehanna River in upstate New York, along with his wife and the animals of the forest.
Having successfully published and marketed two novels, a biography and a memoir, he has recently completed his fifth book in nine years, a novella entitled, The Secret of Abetifi. Prior to writing fiction Bob published dozens of articles, essays and editorial commentaries. He has been a return guest on a local NPR station and been interviewed by local television stations. Known for his public speaking, he frequently appears before readers’ and writers’ groups, historic societies, library groups, community groups and in bookstores for discussions and signings.
R W White holds an undergraduate degree in Aeronautics and Meteorology and graduate degrees in Ministry. Please connect with him on

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Review by: kari cook on Jan. 02, 2013 :
I enjoyed this short story mystery. The characters and location were well thought out. The solution to the mystery was believable. Enjoy for a quick read
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