Preacher Finds a Corpse: An Evan Wycliff Mystery

By Gerald Everett Jones

Crime & mystery, General fiction | Paperback, eBook


A lapsed divinity student who is fascinated by astrophysics finds his best friend shot dead in a cornfield. It looks like suicide. Having returned to his farm roots near Lake of the Ozarks, Evan works as a skip tracer for the local car dealer. He learns his friend was involved in a dispute over farmland ownership that goes back two centuries - complicated now by plans to make an old weapons facility a tourist attraction. First in a new Mystery-Thriller series.



Gerald Everett Jones is a freelance writer who lives in Santa Monica, California. Preacher Finds a Corpse is his eighth novel. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America, the Dramatists Guild, Women’s National Book Association, and Film Independent (FIND), as well as a director of the Independent Writers of Southern California (IWOSC). He holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from the College of Letters, Wesleyan University, where he studied under novelists Peter Boynton (Stone Island), F.D. Reeve (The Red Machines), and Jerzy Kosinski (The Painted Bird, Being There). He is the host of the GetPublished! Radio Show (getpublishedradio.com), and his book reviews are published on the Web by Splash Magazines Worldwide (splashmagazines.com).


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Gerald Everett Jones is a freelance writer who lives in Santa Monica, California. Preacher Finds a Corpse is his eighth novel. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America, the Dramatists Guild, Women’s National Book Association, and Film Independent (FIND), as well as a director of the Independent Writers of Southern California (IWOSC). He holds a Bachelor of Arts with Honors from the College o...


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