Bio: Kate Gallison lives in Lambertville, New Jersey, with her husband and their cat. She has three private eye stories and five traditional mysteries to her credit. Under the name of Irene Fleming, she is at work on a series about the early days of the film industry.
Episcopal vicar Lavinia Grey had trouble enough holding her poverty-stricken church together, what with the old parishioners dying off , the young ones consumed with emotional problems, and the neighboring priest coveting her church windows. But things got much worse when her bishop was found dead at the diocesan convention, and the clues all pointed straight to Mother Vinnie. Mystery by Kate Gallison, first of the Mother Lavinia Grey series; originally published by Dell
Episcopal priest Lavinia Grey battles Lucifer on many fronts as Satan-worshipers appear in Fishersville, followed closely by Rex Perskie, Saraleigh Kane's violent ex-con boyfriend, back to claim her just as she is to be married. Mother Vinnie must learn demonic spells, identify a headless body, confront a freezer full of horrors, and find the killer of the most evil man in town before she can restore peace to St. Bede's. Mystery by Kate Gallison; originally published by Dell
When Episcopal priest Lavinia Grey takes her flock on retreat to the Monastery of St. Hugh, she has no idea how little chance for rest and contemplation they will find there. Her worst enemies show up, and Mother Vinnie finds herself battling the forces of sin--pride, lust, gluttony--and murder. Even her best friend, Deacon Deedee Gilchrist, loses her sense of humor when the two clergywomen face a fiery death. Mystery by Kate Gallison; originally published by Dell
When a developer is found shot to death not far from the Little League ball field where he planned to build a hotel, no baseball fan in Fishersville is sorry, not even Episcopal priest Lavinia Grey. But the murders continue, and police connect Mother Vinnie's little friend Freddy Kane to the stolen murder weapon. Mother Vinnie must chase a killer into the wilds of the Jersey Pine Barrens. Mystery by Kate Gallison; originally published by Dell