Victory Gospel Series, Book 2 (April 2013)
- ISBN-10: 160162753X
- ISBN-13: 978-1601627537
How do I let go of my past to receive God’s future for me?
Angel Roberts has embraced her new faith, but past memories remain fresh. When her beloved grandmother suffers a stroke, Angel sets out to investigate a mystery that has created family tensions and lingered since she was five years old. What happened to her mother?
She teams up with investigative reporter, Wes Cade, a man obsessed with his Alzheimer stricken grandfather’s remaining memories. As Angel lets her guard down with Wes, his determination to get the story could push her to the edge. Is his interest in her or the story?
Angel must conquer her fears to find the truth. Unknown to her someone close is working feverishly to stop Angel from unlocking the truth of what really happened to her mother. Who will win?
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What People Are Saying …
The second installment of the Victory Gospel Series, When Memories Fade, by Tyora Moody does not disappoint. Just as I was intrigued with the first installment, When Rain Falls, I was equally intrigued and captivated by the storyline of When Memories Fade. What an engaging story from beginning to end. This is Christian mystery at its best; a welcomed and much needed genre incorporation across Christian fiction lines.
~ Shelia E. Lipsey, Award-winning author of What’s Blood Got To Do With It? and the My Son’s Wife series
Tyora Moody has masterfully created a sub-genre in Christian Fiction. When Memories Fade is an engaging tale of murder, mystery and suspense. The story also weaves in the dynamics of mental illness, and how if left untreated, can destroy the family.
~ Wanda B. Campbell, Bestselling & Award-winning author of Unresolved Issues and Kayla’s Redemption
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It has all the twists, turns, drama, mystery and suspense as her first release. I could not put this book down. I had to keep reading to see what would happen next. If you loved her first book, When Memories Fade will not disappoint.
~ Janette Malcolm, Book Reviewer