So excited to give birth to my 6th book in the Liv Bergen family!
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Growing up Catholic and now a Lutheran, I was somehow surprised to learn that priests in my hometown would choose to spend their free time reading mysteries, shocked to learn they were reading MY mysteries. A priest who is no longer with us asked me to write a Liv Bergen incorporating a real mystery, the murder of a priest in Deadwood in the early 1920’s. Because it was true crime and I am nothing but a fictional crime writer, I resisted.
Then, a second priest who was also a family friend, told me the first priest had said I would be writing a book on the cold case of Father Belknap’s murder. I told him under no uncertain terms would I write a book about a true crime, feeling I could not do justice to the man, nor could I speculate on such a serious matter. Instead, I write for fun, choose fiction, largely because my mind can’t handle true crime.
When he died, the monsignor asked me to write the book, told me the first two priests had told him about our discussions. I explained that I had told them no, that I understood that their goal was not to solve the case, but to raise awareness about his death because they were hoping to nominate Father Belknap as a candidate for sainthood, which has a requirement of dying from an extraordinary act of faith at least 100 years earlier.
Monsignor O’Connell was insistent. So I wrote the book under the condition that he read the first draft, help me get the storyline straight as to the life as a priest, and that he allow me to name both characters after him. He agreed.
We recently lost the monsignor, but not before he read and blessed Jacob’s Descent. If you enjoy the book, thank him. If you don’t, blame me.
Thank you for choosing Liv AGAIN!