Murder In the Meadow
Sunday, November 21st at 11 am
After ten years gone, Katelyn Took returns home in 1974 to find the grandmother who raised her has been killed in the farm meadow. Gram's will leaves Katelyn ownership of the now dilapidated farm, but includes a stipulation regarding seventeen cats. Then there's the confused old woman still living in the farmhouse. Katelyn doesn't want to stay, but the longer she does, the more drawn into finding Gram's killer she becomes.
DonnaRae's writing career began in the seventh grade with derogatory descriptions of other students. It was also her introduction to public speaking and the start of training for the one hundred yard dash in track and field. There were diaries, journals, two tiny columns in small-town newspapers, competition pieces for Toastmaster's International, and boxes under her bed filled with novels. She currently lives just outside of town in the type of place where people feel free to drop off cats, kittens, cages of gerbils or white rats, and even the occasional farm animal.