History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel “The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery”

 

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“The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery”
A novel from authors Charlene Donchez Mowers & Rev. Carol A. Reifinger

A letter from a young soldier in the Union Army holds the clue to a puzzle that two modern day sleuths try to solve as they uncover secrets, and encounter a killer. The search for treasure in the old Tannery pulls Mitzi and Adele deeper and deeper into a dark family history. Who stands to gain from the young soldier’s fate now, after 150 years? Mitzi and Adele find out in this story of two friends living and working in a city filled with history – and mystery.

The Body In The Vat - Tales from the Tannery 

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