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Now available in one volume, the first two fast-paced, suspense-packed novels in the Matt Foley/Sara Bradford series by Author VB Tenery!

Includes Works of Darkness and Then There Were None.

©2014 Virginia T. Herrin (P)2017 V. B. Tenery

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  • Believer50
  • 31-05-17

Very Well Developed

These were two very well written stories filled with kidnappings, murder, romance, and lots of plot twist. They both kept me listening until the end and there were no sex scenes and no cussing, You could feel the action, and know that something else was going to happen. I can't wait to listen to the next book in this series. I especially loved the chase scene in book two and the redemption of Chance. The narrator was perfect for the book. This author is fast becoming one of my favorite. Loved how faith and God are woven throughout the book. There are not enough books like this one. The action and suspense are all there. Worth the credit. ,

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  • Indydog
  • 20-08-19

Enjoyed this book

This is my first book by V. B. Tenery. I really enjoyed it. There were a few times when the narrators voice was difficult to tell what character was speaking, but I figured it out quickly enough. I hope there are more books from this author.
I especially liked how the author had God take a notable part of these books.
I hope other authors will allow their books to be placed together.
I know I’ll listen to this book again.