The Top 25 Weirdest Laws in the U.S.
Source: Top-Criminal-Justice-Schools.net I first saw this infographic on Lee Lofland’s The Graveyard Shift, a terrific blog for anyone interested in police work or in writing about it. I met Lee at a Writer’s Police Academy event in Ohio some years ago when I was working on my Ministry is Murder series. Since that time he’s moved the…Read More
The Challenging Life of a Minister’s Wife, Part Two–An Interview With Emilie Richards
I’ll confess that when I recently interviewed Aggie Sloan-Wilcox for this blog, she was only too happy to comply. However there was a caveat. Aggie claimed that to be fair, I ought to submit to an interview with her, as well. Aggie’s nothing if not determined. And those of you acquainted with her know that…Read More
The Challenging Life of a Minister’s Wife–An Interview With Aggie Sloan-Wilcox
Please welcome today’s guest, Aggie Sloan-Wilcox, who has chosen this interview over the Women’s Society monthly meeting at her church. The Women’s Society’s guest speaker will be Browning Kefauver, Emerald Springs’ mayor, who may be running for re-election next year against the Women’s Society’s own Sally Berrigan. Aggie preferred not to witness the slaughter. Of…Read More
A Truth For A Truth–Why You Don’t Want to Live in A Small Ohio Town
Aggie Sloan-Wilcox is at it again. For those of you’ve yet to meet Aggie? Aggie is the sleuth in my Ministry is Murder series, a minister’s wife who seeks justice with the same enthusiasm with which her scholarly husband seeks enlightenment. Aggie always seems to be around when the going gets rough for somebody in the…Read More
Love or Murder? What’s My Mood?
I have the best career. If I’ve had a bad day, I can quietly and efficiently make it better. Without lifting more than a finger (or ten) I can make certain that somewhere, justice prevails. I can even, if I’ve had a particularly awful day, make sure that somebody I’ve grown to despise is forced…Read More