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by Patricia H. Rushford

eBook Red Sky in Mourning: Helen Bradley Mysteries download ISBN: 1556617313
Author: Patricia H. Rushford
Publisher: Bethany House Pub; First Edition edition (November 1, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 240
ePub: 1280 kb
Fb2: 1931 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Christian Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

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Book in the Helen Bradley Mysteries Series). by Patricia H. Rushford. When Helen Bradley arrives at a quaint coastal village to complete a regional travel guide, she learns that the woman who started the project was killed in an accident which may have been staged to cover some illegal activity in this supposedly tranquil town.

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Helen Bradley, an ex-cop travel-writer in Lincoln City, Oregon: Death on Arrival, Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep (Helen Bradley Mysteries Red Sky in Mo.Book 2. Red Sky in Mourning. Helen Bradley's latest assignment takes her to a.

Published October 2001 by Econo-Clad Books.

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Books by Patricia H. Connect with Patricia. Helen Bradley was beginning to wish Alexander Graham Bell had pursued another vocation. JB's sky-blue gaze met hers as she entered. It was a look she hadn't seen before, one filled with doubt, remorse, sadness. Honeymoon Cruising in the Caribbean. She typed the title for her latest article on her laptop computer, determined to let the answering machine pick up the call. Though they'd only been married a short time, they'd been friends for over thirty years.

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When Helen Bradley arrives at a quaint coastal village to complete a regional travel guide, she learns that the woman who started the project was killed in an accident which may have been staged to cover some illegal activity in this supposedly tranquil town
Comments: (7)
Otiel
Fast moving, about the time you think you know who the bad guy is, the plot changes quicker than a fast moving rattler.
Asher
Patrica H Rushford write some great books. This book is one with Mrs. Helen Bradley investigating a murder & bringing drugs into a town. This one of Mrs Rushford is another one where I didn't want to put the book down once I started it.
Matty
This book was a great read from the first page to the last. I loved the characters and was surprised with the ending. Since I live in the Pacific Northwest I could picture the setting in my mind and was pleased with the way each coastal area was described.
Ygglune
Another in series of Patricia Rushford's books that keep you glued to the pages. There is no guessing "who dunnit" in her books.
Tar
It is an OK reading but I like Mysteries for a more mature audience with less religion attached.
godlike
I have become a fan of her writing. Easy, fairly simple, well written and quite engaging. Highly recommend as an entertaining and lovely light read.
Puchock
some parts underdeveloped - some parts over developed. short, choppy sentences - writing wasn't the best - but I'd read another one! Perhaps needs a bit of humor - sometimes the characters take themselves too seriously.
The book kept you guessing until the end.
Well written. I really enjoyed reading this book.