Mrs. B has a quiet life, and she likes it that way. Morning pinochle games at St. Mary's Senior Center. Afternoon lunches with Myrtle, Anne and Rose. Peaceful evenings with a cup of coffee and the classic movie channel.
But one day she wakes to a phone call, which leads to consequences she could never have foreseen. Secrets snowball and threaten to change the neighborhood of Burchfield forever. Someone has to make things right. It's up to Mrs. B.
Then she saw it – a sheet of paper in the mailbox, underneath the mail. It was white with large black letters and said LEAVE IT ALONE.
"A Question of Devotion is a comforting snapshot of an aging population, where the way of life is still bound by churches, neighborhoods and countries of origin. It's heroine, Mrs. B, is not just an old woman living out her twilight years at the senior center, but an able detective engaged in solving a mystery as cozy as cocoa and afghans on a cold Western Pennsylvania day."--Kathryn Miller Haines, author of the Rosie Winter Mysteries and the Iris Anderson Mysteries
A thank you to the author, Anita Kulina, for gifting me this book to read for this book tour... It was a quiet cozy mystery a bit different than most cozy mysteries I've read, but entertaining as well. "If you can picture Columbo when he's retired, and spending more time in church and the kitchen, and Polish, and wearing a babushka, you have a sense of the down-home detective that Anita Kulina has created."--Brian O'Neill, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette columnist.
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