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Season of Glory by Ron Benrey

Season of Glory (2008)

by Ron Benrey, Janet Benrey

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Not a bad mystery but a little low key. It is also labeled as inspirational which means a lot of religion involved. I don't mind that but if it starts to get in the way of the mystery I start to get annoyed. Not too much of that for me in this mystery.

Sharon is heading a group to work on restoring a stained glass window in their church that was destroyed in an electrical fire. She and her committee are lucky to get a direct descendant of original designer to work on the window. When Andrew is poisoned at a welcome party Sharon, a nurse, is there to help and to start hunting to find out who hated Andrew enough to kill him over a window.

There are plenty of suspects, including Sharon, but there doesn't seem to be a clear-cut motive. While all this is going on Sharon and Andrew appear to be falling in love, but will a window and an attempted murder keep them apart?

The book is interesting but I figured out the attempted murderer fairly early, and even the motive. ( )
  bookswoman | Jul 6, 2014 |
Liked this book. It's a cute story which includes mystery, love and faith. ( )
  tedebear1998 | Jan 14, 2010 |
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My heart took delight in all my work, and this was
the reward for all my labor. Yet when I surveyed
all that my hands had done and what I had toiled
to achieve, everything was meaningless, a chasing
after the wind; nothing was gained under the sun.
                                                  ---Ecclesiastes 2:10-11
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The eighteen guests who attended the Sunday-afternoon tea at the Scottish Captain ate every morsel of food offered to them inside the Captain's back-garden gazebo.
    Who could blame them? An authentic Scottish cream tea is not an everyday event in Glory, North Carolina, and the side tables in the gazebo were heaped with handmade sweet scones, clotted cream, twelve kinds of preserves, tea cakes, fruit tartlets, smoked salmon canapes, savory finger sandwiches and dark-chocolate muffins---most prepared by Calvin Constable, the bed-and-breakfast's superb breakfast chef.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373443188, Mass Market Paperback)

Who poisoned British executive Dylan Owen during a Christmas getaway? Dylan knows whoever tried to kill him is also staying at The Scottish Captain in Glory, North Carolina. But to trap the culprit, he'll have to recover first. Which means letting lovely nurse Sharon Picard closer than he'd like. The more they search the decked halls for clues, the more they realize they are falling for each other. But if they're to share a lifetime of love and holiday meals, they'd better unmask the murderer—fast.

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