A Killer's Guide to Good Works by Shelley Costa

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A Killer's Guide to Good Works

“In her second adventure, feisty, intrepid Val balances her publishing and sleuthing lives with verve. Dan Brown fans will enjoy this puzzler” (Library Journal).
 
Senior Editor Val Cameron is back at her desk in New York. When her curator best friend returns from an abbey in England, she invites Val to see a priceless relic that has mysteriously found its way into her carry-on. But by the time Val arrives at the museum, her friend has been murdered—and the relic is gone.
 
Val soon learns that a young monk at the abbey has also been murdered. Is there a single killer at work? What dark purpose is attached to the relic that’s led to two murders? When Val discovers her apartment has been broken into, her native New York feels like a place she no longer knows. Now she has to unmask a killer who will stops at nothing to fulfill an ambitious plan—and Val Cameron is just the latest person to stand in the way.
 
“A smart, even sly, tale of relics and rituals, truth and lies, prophecy and forgery that will keep you turning pages late into the night.” —Leslie Budewitz, Agatha Award–winning author of the Food Lovers’ Village Mysteries
 
“It’s a pleasure to see Shelley Costa, master of the taut, evocative short story, expand her range with this complex, multi-layered thriller.” —Linda Landrigan, editor of Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine
Publisher: Henery Press Publishing ISBN: 9781635110623 Pages: 258