Murder in the Church

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Someone killed Charlie Young. Police Chief Cal Brady has but one clue: a black and white photo of the deceased inscribed with a cryptic message. Amateur sleuth Dani Birch helps Brady decipher the message, but her discovery leads to a string of murders thought to be unrelated. A serial killer is on the loose, and his next intended victim: Dani Birch herself. More
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About Robert Ladd

I live in Kansas City with my wife Molly and three children. I'm a Christian by religion,a Methodist by denomination and a Seeker by nature.

I wrote the trilogy "Rachel's Confession" in response to a question my eight-year-old daughter asked at my father's funeral. Dad had just died after a long battle with cancer, and my daughter wanted to know "What kind of God would allow that kind of suffering?"

At the time I had no answer, so I went in search of one. In the process, I rediscovered my faith, and came to understand God in a way I had not known before. As a result of my search, I wrote the trilogy.

Part 1 is "The Confession." Part 2 is "The Journey" and Part 3 "The Promise" will be available in the spring of 2013.

The Reverend Molly Simpson of Church of the Resurrection (the largest Methodist Church in the United States" had this to say: "If you have ever wrestled with the question 'Where was God when?' then allow Rachel's story to take your imagination on a journey towards healing"

I've also written a Christian-based thriller entitled "The Shroud of Mar-Saba."

I hope your like what you read. Please, send me your comments! I love feedback!

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Review by: Nora Lee on Jan. 13, 2013 :
Murder in the Church is not a short story. It's a segment of a story from an author requesting that readers help her design the plot and critique her progress. The font size varies from large to small and makes reading a chore. Editing is okay. My opinion: if you don't know what to write and don't have a passion to tell YOUR story you're not a writer.
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