Menu

Books by Chicagoland Authors

The Rosary Bride: A Cloistered Death

  • 15 April 2016
  • Author: Luisa Buehler
  • Number of views: 1003
  • 0 Comments
The Rosary Bride: A Cloistered Death

During the 1940's the women attending Rosary College insisted a beautiful young woman wearing a 'fancy dress' haunted the halls near the chapel.  Many claimed to see the apparition often entering, sitting, and softly crooning a mournful melody. Stories of the 'Rosary Bride' continue from generation to generation. Fifty years later, during the renovation of the college library, workers expose a skeleton.

Grace Marsden, present at the discovery is drawn into the search for the victim's identity, fearing the remains will lead to skeletons in her own family closet. Against her husband, her best friend, and her own common sense Grace determines to find the truth. Her involvement grows beyond her control when the dead woman reaches out to her. Can Grace name the 'Rosary Bride' before her killer strikes again?

Here's how to buy The Rosary Bride.

Print
Categories: Book
Tags:
Rate this article:
No rating

Leave a comment

This form collects your name, email, IP address and content so that we can keep track of the comments placed on the website. For more info check our Privacy Policy and Terms Of Use where you will get more info on where, how and why we store your data.
Add comment

Theme picker

Filter By Author

Show All Authors' Books

Click an author's name above and the page will refresh showing only that author's books. The number to the right of the author's name indicates the number of books s/he has, plus the number of blog postings the author has written on our site.

 

Our Group

Our group supports each other in our efforts to market and sell our books. Each member is a local author. Get to know us! Visit our Author Page.  

Great Reads

Among the group we have dozens of books in practically every genre. Learn more about our books on our Books Page.

Join Us

On a regular basis, we meet to peer-review our individual marketing efforts and to learn from one another. Oftentimes we have a guest speaker. Contact us if you'd like to visit our next meeting.

 

Newsletter

Keep Up To Date