Middy Brown' s Journal III
A Time for Everything
About the Book
Middy has her hands full this time. Father Mac is accused of murdering a church woman who demands to take over the pulpit and convert the congregation, claiming that Mary Magdalene was the beloved of Christ and St. John was just an ordinary observer. Then Mac is kidnapped just about the time a horrific discovery is made at Mosscreek.
Our heroine will have to delve deeply into the past and get involved with the Mafia, old heartaches, and new happiness as she and Cal move ahead with their lives. Thank goodness for Middy’s natural ability to shake out all the facts from very dusty old dirty laundry!
About the Author
M. Louise Smith is a native Texan, firmly believing that her family roots were nourished in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Born in Robstown, she has lived in Southern California, New Mexico, Houston, Austin, and had accomplished many of her art and writing projects in a small weekend beach cottage on Matagorda Bay, just north of Corpus Christi. An avid clay artist, she exhibited in shows and galleries throughout Texas and Colorado. She and her architect husband have traveled extensively before moving from Texas to Colorado where they currently reside. After spending numerous years in the corporate world with an international aviation brokerage firm, and then marketing, writing and advertising for a large insurance company, she diverted her attention to her love of writing novels and screenplays. Her Texas background is apparent in the locales and fond remembrances she often inserts. She has functioned as a panelist at writers’ conferences and visited remote locations with an Authors in the Bush program in Alaska. She is currently formatting the layout for Middy Brown Journal IV, and has several other novels underway.Please visit her at: www.mlouisesmith.com Or email at: email@example.com