Her allegations brought down megachurch pastor Bruxy Cavey. Then the anonymous trolls came for her and the church responded in kind. And soon, she’s getting to know someone who has been waiting for her to get back into her life.
And with a good deal of skepticism and a healthy dollop of fear in her belly, she takes a job in an old church, hoping to make it her own. But she never expected to become good friends with the church’s pastor, who could potentially be the one who destroys her.
With an edge of suspense, and the power of the unexpected, Bessie’s new book, The Bitten, is the next in a series that features a female assassin. It starts with a small town pastor who is also an amateur sleuth. And it concludes with a new mystery that could break the heart of any goody-goody.
Bessie, who lives on the Gulf Coast with her husband, two adorable kids and her spoiled lab, has had a love affair with mystery novels since she was young. But, as with most things, she’s been wanting to tell her story for quite some time now.
For as long as she can remember, a certain something was missing in her life. Her father passed way when she was 11 and her mother died young leaving her without a family to support. And then she found her way into the arms of her current husband. They’ve been happily married for seven years now.
But, when it comes to her personal life, she’s usually the one who holds the secrets. That’s how life works anyway. But a few months ago, she realized something was really bothering her. She started investigating it, slowly piecing together a story of long years of depression and mental anguish. She finally accepted, the depression was real, and she and her husband were both struggling with it, but her husband was the