About the Book:
But Father Frank, Syd’s pastor, and Georgia Peitz, another member of the church, don’t believe Syd committed suicide and begin to look for clues of what really happened. And this has an ill affect on Georgia’s budding romance with the lead detective.
When the priest is almost poisoned, they convince the police to investigate further. Immediately, Father Frank becomes the target of rumors and speculation he might have had something to do with Syd’s death.
The more clues Father Frank and Georgia uncover, the more danger they find themselves in. Can they find the real killer before they become victims?
"What is truly impressive about Callan's writing is his gift for characterization." From a review by John Brantingham of Over My Dead Body
Over My Dead Body, is available at: http://amzn.to/1BmYQ0Q
I hope everyone is doing well during this week before Easter. Do you have any exciting plans this Sunday?
James R. Callan is joining me today and featuring his book "Over My Dead Body", so let's get this interview started!
1. Tell us a bit about yourself and your writing. (How did you get started? How many books have you written? Where are you on your writing journey?)
After a successful career in mathematics and computer science, I turned to my first love - writing. I've written books on the craft of writing (at the request of a publisher), but my passion is writing mystery and suspense books. My eleventh book will be published later this spring.
2. What have you read lately that you would recommend?
I recently was a beta reader for Donn Taylor's Murder Mezzo Forte and I would recommend it to anyone.
3. What book are you featuring today?
Today, I an featuring Over My Dead Body, the second Father Frank Mystery. It is set in a small east Texas town. All my fiction books feature protagonists who do not intend to solve mysteries, but can't let the "bad guys" win. And in my books, the good guys always win.