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Excerpt from When Rain Falls by Tyora Moody

Excerpt from When Rain Falls by Tyora Moody

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Published by Tywebbin Publicity
Victory Gospel Series, Book 1
Urban Christian/Kensington
ISBN-10: 1601628226
ISBN-13: 978-1601628220

“Why does God keep taking away the people I love?”

This is the lamentation of widow CANDACE JOHNSON when her best friend is brutally murdered. Ensnared by a deep-rooted bitterness, seeping her faith day by day, Candace is determined to seek justice.

Detective Darnell Jackson is in need of clues fast. The police captain is coming down hard on him and his partner to find out who murdered Pamela Coleman, the daughter of a high profile judge. Darnell confers with Candace to get the inside track on events leading up to the murder. As the investigation heats up, his growing attraction for Candace plays havoc on Darnell’s judgment.

Little does she know, Candace’s quest to find the truth has led her straight to the killer. She’s already lost loved ones. Now Candace must choose to completely trust God with her own life.
Victory Gospel Series, Book 1
Urban Christian/Kensington
ISBN-10: 1601628226
ISBN-13: 978-1601628220

“Why does God keep taking away the people I love?”

This is the lamentation of widow CANDACE JOHNSON when her best friend is brutally murdered. Ensnared by a deep-rooted bitterness, seeping her faith day by day, Candace is determined to seek justice.

Detective Darnell Jackson is in need of clues fast. The police captain is coming down hard on him and his partner to find out who murdered Pamela Coleman, the daughter of a high profile judge. Darnell confers with Candace to get the inside track on events leading up to the murder. As the investigation heats up, his growing attraction for Candace plays havoc on Darnell’s judgment.

Little does she know, Candace’s quest to find the truth has led her straight to the killer. She’s already lost loved ones. Now Candace must choose to completely trust God with her own life.

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Published by: Tywebbin Publicity on Jul 30, 2011
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Excerpt from
WHEN RAIN FALLS
by Tyora Moody
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PROLOGUE
 Bronx, New York, 1981
Twisting her torso around, the girl strained against the seat belt to peek through the police car’s back window. Lights burned from several nearby houses,creating an eerie glow against the damp night sky. A number of sleepy-eyedneighbors lined the street, their attention focused toward a small white house, nowdecorated with yellow tape around the yard.The front door opened, spilling bright lights onto the tiny porch. Two policeofficers walked out with a man between them. The cops were tall, but not nearly astall as the handcuffed man, whose arms were muscular and huge. The girl tensed,her eyes drawn toward the man’s white tank top, which revealed more than his
 
Excerpt from
WHEN RAIN FALLS
by Tyora Moody
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furry chest. Bright and dark reds merged into a strange starburst pattern around hismiddle.He turned his head in her direction, his narrowed eyes hunting for her. Theflashing blue lights danced across his face, highlighting his light brown eyes. Hislips parted, showing off perfect white teeth. He’d found her. Like always, his smilestopped at the curves of his mouth, never reaching his eyes. She never knew if heliked or hated her. Sucking back air, she ducked below the window. A whimperescaped between her ragged breaths. She didn’t want him near her. Not ever again.A wave of warmth, then cold, rippled through her body, causing her totremble. She rubbed her hands up and down her arms, feeling tiny bumps on herskin through the thin pajama top. The cheeseburger and fries she’d eaten hoursbefore gurgled in her stomach, threatening to be released. Without warning, one of the back doors opened. She screeched and pressed into the corner of the seat,believing her worst nightmare had broken free.Instead, a cop leaned into the car and asked, “Hey. Are you all right inhere?”
 No, I’m not all right. Can’t you see I’m freaking out?
But her mouthwouldn’t cooperate with her brain.

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