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My best guess is "The Burning Girls" by C.J. Tudor.

The main character, Jack Brooks, is a female reverend that moves to a small
village for a fresh start with her 14 year old daughter Flo. Murder/mystery
published early 2021.

Best,

~Nathan

On Wed, Oct 27, 2021 at 2:50 PM Kaitlin Covel <[log in to unmask]>
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> Good afternoon, library world!
>
> A patron of mine is looking for a book that he read and enjoyed, but he
> can't recall the title or author. The book features a female protagonist
> set in England (Cornwall?) in the present day. She is a reverend/minister
> with a teenage daughter who gets reassigned to a small village parish.
> Murders begin occurring. It was a new book published this year. It is a
> mystery with a brilliant twist in the end.
>
> Thank you all in advance for your help!
>
> Gratefully,
> Kaitlin Covel
> Assistant Librarian
> Guilford Memorial Library
>


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Nathan R Green
*Library Specialist *
*Nottage Library *
*The University of Maine at Augusta*
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