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  • Broken Heart: A Novella

  • The Reed Family, Book 1
  • Written by: Tyora Moody
  • Narrated by: Anne Shirley
  • Length: 3 hrs and 19 mins

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Broken Heart: A Novella

Written by: Tyora Moody
Narrated by: Anne Shirley
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Publisher's Summary

In the past year Detective Josephine "Jo" Reed-Powell brought down one of the most notorious serial killers in a decade in Charlotte-Mecklenburg County. When Jo arrives at a new crime scene, something seems very familiar to her. She immediately thinks she may be dealing with a copycat killer. Or is she?

How can she keep her mind on finding a killer when her life is falling apart? Jo is struggling with her shattered marriage knowing her husband, Bryan Powell, has had an affair. As Jo questions the twists and turns of her murder investigations, can she let God mend her broken heart?

©2016 Tyora Moody (P)2018 Tymm Publishing LLC

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  • 2021-06-27

Excellent introduction to this series.

A powerful novella that introduces us to the Reed family. This book explores the world of Jo Reed as she balances motherhood and an imploding marriage while dealing with a very serious killer. As a detective she struggles to handle everything to the best of her ability. There are strong elements of Christian faith as Jo navigates difficulties with infidelity and the harsh effect it has on those around her including herself.

Highly recommend! Only drawback was the narrator who was a bit monotone.