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Of Blood and Sorrow

Narrated by: Patricia R. Floyd
Length: 7 hrs
4.5 out of 5 stars (37 ratings)

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Valerie Wilson Wesley's crime-fighting heroine Tamara Hayle is loved by fans for her sleuthing abilities and her sardonic wit. Juggling several crises at once, Tamara really has her hands full after her young son witnesses a brutal murder.
©2008 Valerie Wilson Wesley (P)2008 Recorded Books,LLC

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"A wonderfully believable and independent sleuth who combines intellect and intuition, sexiness and self-control." ( Denver Post)

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Boomerang

When the past wants its due. Tamara knows how the past can haunt you. Yet she wasn't prepared for dealing with Lilah Love's past. This story was told from the lens of being ok with the drama that drags itself from the past. Although the ending was predictable, getting there wasn't. The twist of fate that led Tamara to the hotel was enough to keep you interested.

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  • 05-18-19

Great story

Loved it, second time listening. I brought back memories of certain areas of Newark, my place if birth and where I grew up.

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Of Blood and Sorrow

I was not disappointed, the storyline kept me wanting more. The characters were vividly told and welcomed into the story. The who done it captivated me to the end. Once again Ms. Wilson-Wesley has a winner. Can't wait to read more of her stories.
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