K.P. Gresham


About the Author...
K.P. (or Kathy as she's known to family and friends) Gresham is an Illinois girl gone Texan. Always the artsy type, she has taught literature, produced musicals, directed dramas and sung in many choirs and bands. Kathy has written several plays which have been produced in the Houston area, including the award-winning drama, Murder Most Personal.
K.P. Gresham writes in two genres. The Preacher's First Murder is her first offering in mysteries with a humorous twist. Her other love is writing what she calls Political Science Fiction i.e. "What if this happened in our society?" In this genre, K.P.'s first work was Three Days at Wrigley Field, also available on Smashwords.
Kathy lives in Austin, Texas, with her awesome husband, Kevin, her beautiful daughter, Bethany, a Russell Terrier named Sadie and two rescue dachshunds, Heidi and Gretel.
Visit her at http://kpgresham.com.
Other books by K.P. Gresham:
Three Days at Wrigley Field

Coming Soon:
The Root of All Evil, the first in the Hardscrabble Homecoming Mystery Series
The Trinity Equation

Where to find K.P. Gresham online


The Preacher's First Murder
By K.P. Gresham
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 52,940. Language: English. Published: February 25, 2012. Category: Fiction
He was a good cop until he ran into a bad one. Then, to save what was left of his family, Michael Hogan entered the Fed's Witness Protection Program and became Pastor Matthew Hayden. Matt takes a church in rural Texas, expecting a quiet life. What he finds is a town ruled by the past, a beautiful redheaded barmaid who reminds him he might be a man of God, but he's still a man...and murder.
Three Days at Wrigley Field
By K.P. Gresham
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 75,210. Language: English. Published: June 21, 2011. Category: Fiction
Which is more important, tradition or winning? Rachel Caravetti, a mysterious, tall brunette puts professional baseball to the test of answering that question in the novel, THREE DAYS AT WRIGLEY FIELD. She has the pitch. Does baseball have the guts to hire her?

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