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When four women suffer at the hands of one man, the results are deadly!
"Heaven's Rage" has the usual components of a mystery novel - the crime of murder, a gruff but loveable protagonist and an assortment of suspects - yet it presents a unique theme as it takes readers back in time to tell the stories of four women who loved one man and who are now suspects in his murder....more
Paperback, 352 pages
Published May 10th 2010 by Outskirts Press
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Sarah
Heaven's Rage. Tiffany Craig Brown. 2010. Outskirts Press. 343 pages. ISBN 9781432756956.

Heaven's Rage is the first novel by Tiffany Craig Brown, a former corporate communications expert and also former managing editor of the Natomas Journal established in the Sacramento area.

Heaven's Rage is the story of a retired helicopter pilot named Richard Tate who is found murdered in his apartment; the most likely suspects being four women from Tate's past -- three ex-wives and his college lover. Homici...more
Rietje
I think this book is written extremely well. It hits close to home. I would recommend this book to all my friends. To read what some women go through in a domestic abusive marriage is an eye opener!
Melissa Snyder
A fast read. Good suspense story. Thought the transition between what was going on in the story and the characters descriptions was a little destracting. Over all good read. Glad I won it.
Richard
Great story. Hard to put down,would be easy to finish in one sitting. A good book for a rainy day or a sleepless night.
Molly
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Marti
It took until about half way through this book to decide I liked it reasonably well. Basically, the premise is that a former Navy pilot has been found shot at close range in his own apartment late on a Sunday evening. There is no evidence of forced entryand two apparently untouched glasses of wine were sitting on a counter. Also, there was vomit in the bathroom. All those clues led to the strong suspicion that the victim, Dick Tate, knew his assailant and had willingly led that person in. As the...more
Lillie
An evil man who had abused all the women and children in his life is murdered, and his three ex-wife are the primary suspects. Each woman is questioned by the police, and the next few chapters are written in the point of that woman and describe her history and relationship with the victim. The murderer turned out to be a big surprise, but the biggest mystery to me was how this totally despicable man managed to entice three intelligent women to marry him.
Jean
Excellent story which begins with the murder of Dick Tate. Two homicide detectives are called to the murder scene and thus the investigation begins. They learn Mr. Tate has three ex-wives and all of them have a number of reasons to want to kill Mr. Tate after the abuse they endured while married to him. The author keeps you wondering who actually committed the murder until the very surprising end of the story.
Peggy
Loved the story and really got into...I read in one cozy, rainy Saturday because once I started it I couldn't put it down.
Carole Stamps
Not bad for a freebie...predictable twist. I think I counted only 2 grammatical errors...which is a GOOD thing.
Mical
Entertaining. A good who-done-it. Free from Amazon and well worth it. It's always good to find a new author.
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As the daughter of a career Air Force officer, Tiffany Craig Brown has traveled the world, living in such exotic places as Ethiopia and Japan. Some of her first memories include bathing beneath waterfalls in the African bush. She also saw first-hand the effects of extreme poverty and disease which taught her to appreciate how lucky she was to have been born an American.

After a tour in the Army and...more
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