Friday, April 4, 2014

A Matt Foley/Sara Bradford Novel 


V. B. Tenery

Some secrets just won’t stay buried.

A construction site provides a horrific discovery when a worker uncovers the skeleton of a small child wrapped in a sleeping bag. Police Chief Matt Foley soon links the murder to another cold case, the hit-and-run death of Attorney Josh Bradford.

The long suppressed memory of the young victim’s childhood friend, Sara Bradford may hold the key to both crimes. But Matt has mixed emotions about Sara—his prime suspect in her husband’s murder. 

Matt soon discovers the twenty-five year old mystery has the power to stretch across decades to kill again.  


V. B. Tenery

V. B. Tenery’s desire to write grew from a love of reading that blossomed at a very young age. Quickly bored with cartoons, she devoured books, impatient for the next visit to the library.

A fascination for science fiction grew from her introduction to the classic works of C.S. Lewis and later the brilliant writing of Ray
Bradbury and Frank Peretti. But this genre was not to be her only love. She was lured by the tangled mysteries of Agatha Christi, Dee Henderson, T. Davis Bunn, James Scott Bell and others too numerous to name.

After finishing school she went to work as an administrative assistant in the country’s largest optical firm. Writing took a back seat to her career when she became director of service for the firm’s national warehouse. Marriage, a young daughter,
and active involvement in church turned her into an occasional weekend writer.

During this period she wrote poetry, a series of short stories based on family history, and a number of Christian songs that were performed in her church.  

When the company she worked for downsized, she jumped at the opportunity to retire and write full time. Since then she has written two Christian novels in a suspense series, WORKS OF DARKNESS and THEN THERE WERE NONE, and a stand-alone romantic suspense, DEAD RINGER. In another series she has combined suspense elements with a supernatural theme in her latest novel, THE WATCHMAN.

In high school and short college experience, her love for literature was equaled only by her distaste for the rules of grammar. Naturally, with these sterling qualifications, writing became her career of choice.

She has published two short stories, Adino, in the speculative fiction anthology, Light at the Edge of Darkness, 2007; and The Magical Twenty in Cec Murphy’s anthology, Christmas Miracles, October 2009.
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