An Innovative Murder for the Season
By Deborah DR Kralich
A massive flood threatens as the Christmas season dawns in the Houston Galveston area. People living there don’t expect a white Christmas but they hope for a dry Christmas.
Then there is a murder and it turns out the only real stranger among them is a detective whose presence is hardly coincidental.
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A mystery set in March 1904. As the wedding music starts, the bride begins her long walk to the arms of her groom. But she will not finish the journey. The beautiful bride emerges stunned, blood on her dress. She stands alone, blood dripping from a dagger at her fingertips.
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More than 350 pages which contain a complete mystery within, this is a work of fiction about a family that includes a gifted grade schooler who writes fiction. It covers the years 1963 -1967 and chronicles the tremendous changes in American society in that short time.
She knows eventually she must emerge in this culture, able to cope, even thrive, while remaining true to herself. Finding this path proves as elusive as finding an ending for her book. Victoria cannot glimpse the right direction. Ultimately she realizes the possibilities her nation will ever again embrace the cornerstone on which it was built may seem bleak, but in seeking enduring truths combined with blessings yet to come, is found the hope for the future.
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