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Sometimes I felt like the Lord was leading me to rekindle the friendship.

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I dealt with loneliness, but my children and grandchildren came to visit me. Porgy barked his little head off as I unlatched the white fence door. Yes, a white picket fence. This house had all the elements of a perfect home down to the wrap-around porch and shutters.

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Once inside the fence, I followed the erratic dog around to the back. The woman had always been a master gardener. This really felt strange. Not much had changed. Same wrought iron furnishings with overstuffed green cushions. The big gas grill sat covered on the side.


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The boards of the deck creaked as I placed my weight on the steps. Since the blinds were pulled back, I could see clearly through the patio sliding door. Porgy is outside about to have a fit.

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The dog yapped, sounding more like a chimpanzee as he ran in circles. My goodness, poor little fellow. How long had Mary left him outside? I cupped my hands to my face and peered inside. On the other side of the door, the kitchen sparkled. I could see the shine from where I stood. Old Mary was somewhat of a neat freak and she loved her stainless steel appliances.

Clean commercial or something. I shifted my eyes around the kitchen. I froze. For some reason, my mind recollected every tidbit I knew about my former friend.

After you drank from it, you rinsed the glass and put it in the dishwasher. Next to me, poor Porgy whimpered. I walked to the other glass door and again cupped my hand around my face. The woman I once counted as a close friend lie on her kitchen floor. Or are they? Behind the scenes, Jonathan struggles with his role as pastor of a megachurch while Lenora grows increasingly and uncharacteristically distant.

A carefully guarded secret catches up with Lenora and it threatens her security as well as that of her family. Has an imperfect past finally caught up with her? Will the ghost of someone she thought long dead rise like Lazarus from the grave and destroy all she has worked to preserve?

Deep Fried Trouble, Eugeena Patterson Mysteries, Book 1 (Audiobook Sample)

Or will Lenora fight to protect the man she loves and the beautiful life God has blessed her to have? The brakes squealed in protest as the car came to a stop inches away from the back of the Buick LaSabre. Charmayne smacked the steering wheel. Lenora stretched her eyes wide as she watched her friend appear as if she was having a mental breakdown.

You need to get yourself together. The light changed from red to green. The unscathed Buick took off and the driver behind them was blowing his horn. Charmayne stopped giggling. She grabbed the rearview mirror and made an obscene gesture with her hand. Lenora pointed towards the light.

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The car lurched forward as she pressed the accelerator. After they had driven half-way down the block,.