Jess Ward joined the Wesberrey Walkers to get fit. But it might be the death of her!
Obliged to look after her older sister’s handsome and driven Brazilian lover, Jess introduces Frederico to the local walking group. With the annual Wesberrey Walkathon a few weeks away, everyone has their sights on the prize, but is there someone in the group prepared to kill for it?
A mysterious illness lays low several walkers and Jess suspects foul play. Who would deliberately poison their competition, and how did they do it? Still unsure of the reality of her newly discovered psychic abilities, but with little else to go on, Jess tries to channel help from a higher plain.
Can Jess trust her own intuition?
Who or what is bringing everyone to their knees?
Is it a dodgy hummus, or a deadly human?
Pious Poison is the third book in the exciting new Reverend Jessamy Ward Mystery Series by Penelope Cress.
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On a strange blue planet… Where cats rule their human minions…
The people of earth do their best to survive.
Worshipped for centuries, these furry killing machines use cunning, guile, and raging ambivalence to get their way.
These are their stories.
In Victorian London there is one rule: Don’t mess with the Cat Consortium. But will a kitten’s quest save the day? And who will believe the prophecy of Mr. Buttons?
Some of the top authors in the business have banded together for this anthology giving you sixty stories of feline adventure that will make you chortle, chuckle, gasp, and guffaw.
Read cat stories by some of your favorite authors and discover new writers you’ll adore.
Revenge, reckoning, and redemption: HELLCATS, the Anthology has it all.
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My name is Penelope Cress and I love a good murder. Don’t you?
In fact, there is nothing I like better than snuggling up with a nice cup of tea and some digestive biscuits and watching some Agatha Christie or Midsomer Murders on the television. Or even better reading the latest cosy mystery on the train at the end of a hard day.