by Myles MuredachCharred Wood
Lazing in the tall grass, Mark Griffin sees a young woman appear beside an old tree and set off for a walk. The unmarried Mark watches when the woman meets a priest. Then he overhears two men who appear to be looking for this very woman. The puzzle she presents is too much for Mark to resist.
Category: Romantic Suspense
|Biography:||Myles Muredach was the pen name used by Francis Clement Kelley (1870-1948), the second Roman Catholic Bishop of Oklahoma. Born in Canada, he was trained in Canada and Belgium before being ordained in Detroit, Michigan in 1893. Father Kelley founded the Catholic Church Extension Agency and its quarterly magazine, and wrote several books of fiction and non-fiction. He was active in the leadership of the Catholic Church and its involvement with the Boy Scouts of America.|