Hannah had a terrible accident and had to retire from active duty. Her family encouraged her to dabble in international consulting in commercial food. Her travels never leave her without calls for help to solve a mystery.
Wedding day is approaching. But when the officiating priest, Reverend Whipson, ask Hannah for a favor. He tells her of several dubious deaths he believes is the result of a serial killer.
“His words rock the lovers to accept his proposal even while last arrangements for their wedding needs completed.”
“Now Hannah must concentrate on the arrival of guests, deal with her parents and help this dear man find out what is happening in his retirement community.”
Will Hannah be able to get to the bottom of so many mysterious deaths in time to marry? Or will she succumb to the pressure and compromise her findings to pacify the priest? And will the event go on as planned?
Now, with the help of her new husband, Hannah must find the answers to two questions:
1st Who is behind the serial poisoning?
And more important …
2nd: In the end, why did the priest eat a poison petit four?
“The Priest Who Ate A Poison Petit Four is a fascinating…. a novel about love, loyalty, compromise and family in the mist of deaths that will leave you chilled to the bone with a ending that you won’t guess, I assure you.