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Saving Grace Series

Nancy Holder
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Saving Grace Series : Titles in Order

Book 2
A gripping novel packed with heart and heat, based on the hit television series Saving Grace
 
Life’s been tough for Oklahoma police detective Grace Hanadarko. She’s got the talent it takes to make her a damn fine cop—but a personal life that can make your hair stand on end. Earl is not your average angel, but he is determined to lead Grace down the road to salvation—if he can handle the hard-as-nails journey.

Oklahoma City is caught in the deadly cross fire between white-supremacist vigilantes known as the Sons of Oklahoma and black and Hispanic street gangs. Grace feels the pressure, especially when her best friend is targeted for protecting the runaway wife of the Sons’ abusive leader. As if arson, vandalism, and bloodshed aren’t enough for Grace to go full throttle, the very sick young friend of her nephew is kidnapped, and his abductors threaten to withhold medical treatment. But Grace has heart—and she won’t put down her gun until there’s nothing left to fight for.
Book 1
A dazzling novel based on the hit television series Saving Grace

In the shadow of past misfortune, Oklahoma police detective Grace Hanadarko lives life hard and fast. After Grace’s drinking and driving leads to tragedy, an uncharacteristic angel named Earl answers her prayers and hopes to guide her back on the right path. But saving Grace is about to become a hell of a ride.

Ever defiant and rebellious, Grace does have a soft side, especially for kids. The body of a teenage boy dredged out of the Oklahoma River appears to be a suicide. But Grace soon discovers that the boy, Zack Lacey, may have been murdered, the victim of a brutal hate crime. As Grace digs with her typical driven style, she uncovers shocking secrets in young Zack’s life, forcing her to wrestle with questions of faith, hope, and justice. She’ ll deliver justice for the boy. As for faith–well, she’s working on it.
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