Glen Ebisch Glen Ebisch
  • Ocean Blues

    Clarissa Abbot has been the minister at Shore Side Community Church in Shore Side, New Jersey for just over three months. She feels she is settling into the job well, when difficulties arise. One of the members of her congregation owns a haunted bed and breakfast. The peaceful ghost had previously been something of a tourist attraction, but now it has suddenly begun assaulting people, and the owner wants it exorcised. Clarissa explains that ministers don’t do that, and she also expresses some doubts about whether the attacks are really being carried out by a ghost. This leads the owner to request that Clarissa help the police to capture the ghostly culprit.

    Before she can solve that problem, a teenage boy is murdered outside a bar in Shore Side, and the person accused of the crime is a minister who is Clarissa’s former fiancé. He turns to Clarissa for help, and she gets her current boyfriend, Andrew, who is a lawyer, to represent him. Clarissa and Andrew soon find themselves in a race against time to discover the identity of the murderer—a race that at the finish line may cost Clarissa her life.

  • Seaside Secrets

    Twenty-seven-year-old Clarissa Abbot has just taken a position as pastor at Shore Side Community Church in Shore Side, New Jersey. As if her new job is not challenging enough, she finds new difficulties when a member of her congregation is murdered in the hospital before he can pass along an important piece of information about a past crime.Feeling guilty because she could not convince him to confide in her, Clarissa begins an investigation into his death, which quickly leads to a murder than happened over fifty years ago. In addition to this, a shady real estate deal potentially involving the church brings her into contact with a handsome young lawyer whose interest in her is more than professional.

  • The Open Window

    When the body of journalism professor Joseph Teller is found outside his office building on the Minton State University campus, questions are raised as to whether he fell or committed suicide. Both seem plausible since the open window in his office sits very low, and he lost his wife to cancer a little over a year ago.

    Kate Cameron, a retired police officer and current real estate broker, gets involved when her boyfriend, editor of the local paper and former student of Teller’s, asks her to investigate the death in order to make certain the truth is revealed. She soon discovers there are a number of less obvious reasons for Teller’s death.

    Adding to Kate’s woes, Bianca Fitzsimmons, a loose-cannon student intern on the paper, interferes in the investigation, although she sometimes seems more interested in having a romantic relationship with Kate’s boyfriend. As the investigation proceeds, Kate finds that she must not only reevaluate the evidence concerning Teller’s death but also her own personal life.

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Ocean Blues

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Dearest David

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About Glen Ebisch

Glen has taught philosophy for over twenty years. He has been writing for the same length of time, and has had over thirty novels published. He lives with his wife in Western, MA.
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