Non-Prophet Murders – A Grit and Grace Mystery
"Non-Prophet Murders" is a humorous, clerical-crime novel. In it, college students, Grit Griffin and Grace Willis, pursue a serial killer intent on ridding the world of preachers. As the killer's numerous victims die very public and peculiar deaths, our couple discover a mutual interest in contemporary Christianity, crime, and each other.
"No one can critique the faithful like a true believer. Expect to be informed, amused, edified, and healed . . . with a generous helping of Grit and Grace." William David Spencer, (Th.D., Boston University; M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary) is the ranked adjunct associate professor of theology and the arts at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary's Center for Urban Ministerial Education (CUME) in Boston and author of "Mysterium and Mystery, the Clerical Crime Novel."
"In "Non-Prophet Murders," Becky Wooley writes with the passion of one who has seen counterfeit faith up close and personal and knows the wineskin shattering liberation only God's grace can give." John Armistead, author of "A Legacy of Vengeance," "A homecoming for Murder," and "Cruel as the Grave."
About Becky Wooley (Chattanooga, Tennessee Author)
Becky Wooley is a free-lance, Christian humorist who loves to laugh--seriously. Her two clerical-crime novels, "Non-Prophet Murders" and "Murder Intelligently Designed" generate awkward conversations and uncalled for titters in high and solemn places.