Never Preach Past Noon (Leigh Koslow Mystery #3)
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Never Preach Past Noon (Leigh Koslow Mystery #3)

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Leigh and Aunt Bess suspect the Reverend Humphrey is a con-artist. But you can't investigate a suspect you can't find -- and everywhere Leigh looks she turns up more evidence that the missing parson fell victim to foul play....
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2000 by Signet (first published 2000)
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Sharon
If you like cozy mysteries you will like this series. This is my favorite so far.
Dana
This one kept me guessing.
HELEN A. RITTENHOUSE
Edie Claire

Another good read by Edie Claire. She starts out slow and builds up the suspense. Leigh is a delightful character and I enjoy following her mishaps and adventures.
Kathryn Moore
Book #3 in the Leigh Koslow series.
Leigh works in at an ad agency. Also helps her dad at his veterinary clinic.
In this book her aunt's preacher is found dead in a freezer. Was it murder? Of course. He didn't put himself there. But everything is not as it seems. Leigh investigates with her Aunt Bess. Side story is her relationship with her long time friend from college, Warren.
Trudy
Leigh Koslow cozy mystery featuring a con-man pastor and Leigh's feisty Aunt Bess. Very entertaining.
Mascanlon
Advertising copywriter Leigh Koslow is helping her Aunt Bess figure out whats going on at The Church of the New Millennium. Is the dead Reverend a saint or a con artist? A light mystery but good puzzles and very likable characters.
Carrie
These books just keep getting better! There are enough twists in the plot to keep you guessing, or surprise you, while the pace of the book moves along quickly.
Teresa
This series has been a great one so far; but this is my favorite as it has a bit more romance in with the sleuthing.
Jacqueline
Mar 03, 2013 Jacqueline rated it 4 of 5 stars Recommends it for: Anyone who enjoys suspense.
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Ellen
Another great story in the series. I did guess one of the twists, but the epilogue blew me away!
Cynthia Rielley
Great series, fun characters, quick reads/
Linda
This is the correct synopsis for this book.
Chris
another good one in the leigh koslow series :)
John
good plot but I figured who out.
Lizz Wodrich
I love Aunt Bess!!!
Miranda
Great story!
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