Kathy Bobo


Kathy Bobo is a graduate of Columbia College, Columbia. She is the author of, The Gospel According to Lucifer and the screenplay, Warden's Lullaby. Kathy lives in St. Louis, Missouri. You can visit her on the web at www.kathybobo.webs.com or www.facebookcom/kathya.bobo.

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Secret Sins: Murder in the Church
Genre: Murder Mystery NSA Agent, Virginia Breeze is sent in undercover at the Saint Louis Police Department after a church is turned upside down after the discovery of a grand prize winning lottery ticket valued at $1 Billion Dollars in the Sunday Morning Collection Plate. Murder, Madness and Mayhem takes the pulpit when the deacon is found dead in the baptismal pool and the lottery ticket stolen.


The Dark Side of Paradise
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,750. Language: English. Published: April 13, 2013. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Mystery
Four tales told through time from the Prince of Lies, Lucifer.

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  • Jungle Moon on Jan. 07, 2012
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    Litherland creates the ultimate recipe of suspense with believable characters. Jungle Moon keeps you turning the pages to see what happens next. The narrator, Mac cooks up a tale that crosses from Vietnam era to modern day. This spellbinding tale's proof of the pudding is in the eating.
  • Jungle Moon on Feb. 08, 2012

    This is a thoroughly exciting read.
  • At The Edge of The Lighthouse (Book 1) on May 01, 2012
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    AT THE EDGE OF THE LIGHTHOUSE BY GABRIEL J.M. REVIEW BY KATHY BOBO I’ve only seen photograph’s of lighthouses, but novelist Gabriel J.M. made me feel as though I had been in the lighthouse with the main character, Liam when he decided to tell his story. It is the story of one man living alone in lighthouse, and he explains what it is like to live in a lighthouse that seems to take on a life of its own. Liam is likable, and he make you feel what he feels, see the things he sees, and hear the things he hears. In, At The Edge Of The Lighthouse, there is a mix of the X-Files and Twilight Zone with a shot of Night Gallery with a slight trace of strange space ships and creatures from the Book of Ezekiel. Liam begins hearing a female voice inside his head that eventually progresses to visions and other out of body experiences. Beauty is truly in the eye of the beholder. Liam falls madly in love with the female counter part of the Creature From The Black Lagoon, “I saw her face. I was taken aback by her beauty … her lizard face and green glaring alligator eyes.” At The Edge Of The Lighthouse has a couple of interesting characters like the man in the Bait Shop that warns Liam, “Please tell me you don’t live around here! Please tell me that you live far from here and that you’re simply a visitor. If that’s the case, then I suggest you to leave this place immediately.” If you’re the type that likes reading stories involving Alien abduction, government cover ups with a twist of apocalyptic themes, then At The Edge Of the Lighthouse is well worth it.