Into the Lion's Den: A Religious Amateur Detective Mystery
INTO THE LION'S DEN is the first book in this faith-filled, fast paced series from author S.E. Biglow that fans of Allison Golden and Mindy Quigley will adore.
★★★★★ "Cozy mystery at its finest" – Suziebee30 (online review)
★★★★★ "Everything you look for in a good mystery" – Mimi (Goodreads review)
She'll need the courage of Daniel to survive this lion's den.
Reverend Margot Quade never expected to be dropped in the midst of a murder. She just wanted to get reacquainted with her hometown of Port Marie, Vermont, maybe find her place in the world again after serving her tour of duty. But when a friendly dinner with a member of her unit turns deadly, she's pulled into a mystery she can't help but solve.
Then things go from dead to worse when she and all the suspects are stuck in the victim's home during the worst snowstorm her little town has seen in decades. Now she'll need more than a prayer to discover the truth behind who wanted the victim out of the picture ... and to stay alive herself. To complicate matters, her strained relationship with her cousin, who just happens to be the attending officer, threatens to ruin the whole investigation.
Can Margot and her cousin set aside their differences and stop a killer from walking free? Or will the real reason behind the murder haunt Margot as much as her past?
Get INTO THE LION'S DEN to start solving the whodunnit now!
What we have is a person who returns to the town she grew up in but she is a pastor. She was a chaplain and gets invited to dinner and during a snow storm a person dies. She uses her compassion and understanding to help others to come to grip with what has happened and move on in life but in her case she becomes minister of the local church.
The author needs to do more research
It was an interesting read but it was obvious to me, a diabetic, that she didn’t know much about it. Not knowing that any instance of an overdose of insulin is life threatening. The confusion anger and sweat happen pretty much at the same time not over months. Any overdose needs to be corrected immediately or you die. The storage of insulin is never in a drawer but in the refrigerator. All this really took away the enjoyment from the story for me.