Holy Mayhem (Mass Market)

By Pat G'Orge-Walker

Dafina, 9780758259691, 368pp.

Publication Date: February 23, 2016

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (10/30/2012)
Hardcover, Large Print (3/18/2013)

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Description

Two church-ladies-turned-sleuths are sure to raise more than a little hell…

They've been laid off, they're broke, and their faith is really being tried. But dedicated Mount Kneel Down Baptist Church members Patience Kash and Joy Karry figure now is the perfect time to pursue their other true calling--becoming private detectives. And if that means putting up with their cousin Porky's delusions while hilariously interfering with their famous detective godson Percy's investigations, it's still a heaven-sent opportunity…

When a thief steals the prized family Bible right out from under Porky's nose and church funds are missing on Patience's watch, these sisters-in-God find themselves sleuthing out the strangest family and church secrets--and up against someone more than ready to send them to their heavenly reward. Now, they'll need their most inspired hunches, their not-real-fierce dog Felony, and their license-to-missionary to uncover the truth and crack this holy case. . .

"A wonderful romp that will have wide appeal to both sinners and saints." --Library Journal on Sister Betty Says I Do


About the Author

Pat G'Orge-Walker is the Essence® bestselling author of almost a dozen novels and contributed a short story to the anthology Proverbs for the People. Growing up a preacher's kid gave G'Orge-Walker a quirky perspective on the church community and inspired her to create a one-woman comedy show centering on Sister Betty, an elderly super saint whose un-Christian-like behavior blocks her blessings. With the success of the Sister Betty comedy show, G'Orge-Walker turned her humor and imagination to writing. Visit her online at SisterBetty.com, Twitter @ PGOrgeWalker, and Facebook.


Praise For Holy Mayhem

“A wonderful romp that will have wide appeal to both sinners and saints.”
Library Journal on Sister Betty Says I Do