Just finished The Tentmaker by Michelle Blake. I can’t remember who recommended it but it might have been the Church Times article about clerical whodunnits. It tells the story about an Episcopal priest, Lily, who is a tentmaker, ie a priest who makes a living outside the church. However she is called in to become interim priest for a wealthy Boston parish after their priest dies and becomes involved in a web of deceit and lies.
The author certainly knows the Episcopal church but I did find it a tad depressing. Not a lot of the Piskie humour we know and love in Scotland, that’s for sure.