The Coffee Club Mysteries (Paperback)
6 Whodunits Are Brewing in Small-Town Kansas
Barbour Books, 9781683228233, 448pp.
Publication Date: February 1, 2019
Other Editions of This Title:
Library Binding, Large Print (6/12/2019)
The coffee shop on the corner of First and Main in Oak Grove, Kansas, seems to attract a series of mysterious events. Or perhaps it is the six women who frequent the shop for book club who are magnets for trouble. . . .
Morgan Butler, owner of the Coffee Perk, finds a project worker hanged at her shop.
Penny Parson finds a gun in one of her beehives.
Evelyn Kliff discovers a dead church meal organizer.
Jo Anderson shares hazelnut coffee creamer, sending a woman into anaphylactic shock.
Harper Daggett is being stalked for an antique jade owl she bought.
Baker Jeanine Gransbury’s charity event money goes missing.
Join them as they unravel six unexplained events that have the potential to ruin business and spoil friendships if not handled with care.
About the Author
Bestselling author Darlene Franklin’s greatest claim to fame is that she writes full-time from a nursing home. She lives in Oklahoma, near her son and his family, and continues her interests in playing the piano and singing, books, good fellowship, and reality TV in addition to writing. She is an active member of Oklahoma City Christian Fiction Writers, American Christian Fiction Writers, and the Christian Authors Network. She has written over fifty books and more than 250 devotionals. Her historical fiction ranges from the Revolutionary War to World War II, from Texas to Vermont. You can find Darlene online at www.darlenefranklinwrites.com
Cynthia Hickey grew up in a family of storytellers and moved around the country a lot as an army brat. Her desire is to write about real, but flawed characters in a wholesome way that her seven children and nine grandchildren can all be proud of. She and her husband live in Arizona where Cynthia is a full-time writer.
Elizabeth Ludwig is an award winning author who is an accomplished speaker and teacher, and often attends conferences and seminars, where she lectures on editing for fiction writers, crafting effective novel proposals, and conducting successful editor/agent interviews. Along with her husband and two children, Elizabeth makes her home in the great state of Texas.