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Books by Bailey Herrington

  • The Girl in the Orange Maillot

    September 1963: Pastor David Elliott finds himself investigating an execution-style slaying. Eight years ago, the victim falsely accused David’s close friend of sexual abuse of a young girl. Now that friend’s son is charged with the murder. David’s efforts to prove his innocence provokes friction with police investigators, an influential church member, and David’s own life decisions. Meanwhile, two whip-smart women join David in the quest for the truth. The trio’s search propels them along a treacherous path with little to rely on but their sharp wits. To find the crafty killer in time to save their friend, the girl in the orange maillot is the key.

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Bailey Herrington hails from western Pennsylvania. After completing studies at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg, Herrington served congregations in Pennsylvania and West Virginia for twenty-four years. In addition to writing weekly sermons, Bailey created his "altar" ego, Pious Pete the Protestant Pope, for congregational newsletters. He has previously published three murder mysteries: What the Barber Knew, Dead to Rights, and Pack of Scoundrels. Bailey lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico, with his wife, Karen. He loves baseball, cooking, playing golf, reading, and visiting museums, national parks, and archeological sites.