(PRWEB) September 20, 2017
“They Sang At Her Funeral”: a tale of murder that will bring a church together as the hunt for a murderer starts revealing the skeletons in their closets. “They Sang At Her Funeral” is the creation of published author, Annalise Harold, an IT project manager, who is now fifty-six years young and married with five children and twelve grandchildren. Before becoming a writer, Annalise had the opportunity to relocate often while advancing in her IT career and has been a member of many choirs, praise bands, and other ministries. She has also been an evangelist in street drama ministries where she has encountered many lost souls over the years. In 2007, she went on a life changing missionary’s trip to the Czech Republic where she worked for a couple of weeks with teens. The experience gave her a strong heart for lost and forgotten people.
“I jerked at her with all my might. Her lips were blue, and her eyes stared out at nothing and everything. Sweat had poured from this pitiable woman during her struggle and made it hard for me to move her. She slipped from my grasp. I pushed my whole body with all my might against hers to turn her onto her back. Her sweat was now mingling with my own, I started CPR….” --Annalise Harold
Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Annalise Harold’s new book is a tale of murder filled with sadness, humor, Christian truths, and humanity.
A member of the Windover Assembly choir has been murdered. The only witness is Sage Helen Fairfax. She quickly becomes the main suspect. To prove her innocence and find the real murderer, she will have to go where she does not belong.
Well-respected PI Delana Weldon will come out of her self-imposed retirement to help protect her granddaughter from herself. While no one really cared for the snarky soprano, many more skeletons will fall out of many other closets before readers finally learn who killed Mrs. Happy Bellins.
View a synopsis of “They Sang At Her Funeral” on YouTube.
Consumers can purchase“They Sang At Her Funeral” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at Amazon.com, Apple iTunes store, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
For additional information or inquiries about “They Sang At Her Funeral”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.