Thursday, March 16, 2017

Murder is No Accident

Murder is No Accident
A Hidden Springs Mystery #3
A. H. Gabhart
ISBN: 978-0800727109
March 2016/352 pages/$14.99

One body may be an accident. A second body means murder.

The old Chandler place should be empty. The magnificent Victorian mansion is for sale, even if its aged owner Miss Fonda doesn't realize it. But when real estate agent Geraldine Harper enters the house on a sunny October day, she's not alone. Minutes later, there is a body at the bottom of the steep steps leading to the tower room.

Deputy sheriff Michael Keane is called in. At first blush, it looks like the death was a tragic accident, but clues point to foul play. And when a second body is discovered, the race is on to find the culprit . . . before someone else dies.

If you like your small-town America sweet and quirky--with a dash of sinister--you'll love this latest whodunit from deft storyteller A. H. Gabhart.

Read an excerpt.


A. H. Gabhart is the author of Murder at the Courthouse and Murder Comes by Mail. As Ann H. Gabhart, she is the bestselling author of many novels, including Angel Sister, Small Town Girl, and Love Comes Home, and several popular Shaker novels such as The Outsider, The Believer, and The Innocent. Ann grew up in a small rural town in Kentucky much like Hidden Springs. She and her husband still live on a farm near that same Kentucky town. Learn more at


Oh, my! What a fun and unique mystery! A. H. Gabart is such a versatile author, and this third Hidden Springs Mystery is thoroughly enjoyable, in spite of the serious nature of the crime. I immediately adored Maggie, who was surreptitiously enjoying the attic of the ginormous Chandler mansion when things go horribly awry. Gabhart manages to intertwine humor and suspense as well as some of the town's eccentric characters in this delightful tale. A great spring break or beach read, Murder is No Accident is a must for your TBR pile! Grab your copy today.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a copy of this book free from Baker/Revell Publishing. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”


Murder at the Courthouse
Murder Comes by Mail


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