Dangerous Sanctuary

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Pastor Christine Hobbs has been in the pulpit business for over five years. She never imagined herself caring for a flock that includes a pig, a kangaroo, and a murderer. More

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About J.Q. Rose

After writing feature articles in magazines, newspapers, and online magazines for over fifteen years, J.Q. Rose entered the world of fiction. Figuring out the characters and their quirks and setting them in a location reminiscent of places J.Q. has lived keeps her penning mysteries. Blogging, photography, Pegs and Jokers board games, and travel are the things that keep her out of trouble. She spends winters in Florida and summers up north camping and hunting toads, frogs, and salamanders with her four grandsons and granddaughter.

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Miss Mae reviewed on on July 17, 2019

What good fun! This is a clean book, no sex or bad language so it's family-friendly. Wanted to get that stated right out of the gate.

I say it's "fun", though it certainly wasn't fun for poor William who was murdered at Pastor Christine's church. Trying to find who is the killer, the reader is introduced to some zany congregants - which, ya know, we can all kinda recognize. LOL

For starters, there's Mrs. Jewell. Well, let me back up a bit. See, Ms. Christine becomes the guardian of not only a lonely cat, but also of a kangaroo and a pig. And, Mrs. Jewell - her encounter with Abraham (the pig), and his friendly snorting "hello, let's get acquainted, ma'am" does not go over well. No, Mrs. Jewell is not a jewel when it comes to animals who definitely want to live in your lap instead of a barnyard.

And then there's Lacey, Christine's friend. These two ladies are a dynamite duo - for trying to do detective work when they really ought to stay home and scratch Abraham's ears.

Just all in all, a delightful read. At the end, it's a surprise to discover the murderer's identity, plus Christine finds Cole, the REAL detective (who is definitely not an amateur), not only loves all these delightful animals, but becomes the love meant solely for her.

I wanted to give 4 1/2 stars. Fun, good read! Thanks, Ms. Rose.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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