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Friday, March 20, 2015

Breaker's Reef by Terri Blackstock



Like all Terri Blackstock novels, Breaker's Reef is a great suspenseful novel that keeps you on the edge of your chair. What I love about this novel and all Terri Blackstock novels is even though it is Christian based, there are other themes in the book, like a murder investigation. This is the perfect novel for Christians who love crime stories, but do not like the seedy background, sex scenes and language of other similar novels that are not by a Christian author.



 A Cape Refuge teenager is dead . . .
Then another body is found . . .
Will Sadie Caruso be the next to die?
When a famous mystery writer moves to Cape Refuge, ex-con Sheila Caruso-mother to Sadie and Caleb-is thrilled to get a job working for him. But when a teenage girl is found murdered, Sheila discovers that a scene in one of the eccentric writer's novels matches the crime scene. Exactly.
Then a second dead girl is discovered by Police Chief Cade and Blair Owens. And when this murder mirrors a scene in another of the writer's books, Cade is drawn into a web of trickery and deceit. Shockingly, evidence turns up in Cade's truck-evidence that points to Cade himself as the number one suspect!
Cade tries to clear his name, but when eighteen-year-old Sadie Caruso disappears, tensions mount to a fever pitch. Can Cade find the real killer before Sadie winds up dead? Is the author a demented killer or a hapless victim? And what does Sadie's own mother have to do with the crimes? Secrets are uncovered while lessons are learned about the sins of the fathers being visited upon their children. Will the consequences of Sheila's poor choice in life be fatal, or is there redemption and mercy for her and her children?
 This storyline weaves perfectly and keeps you guessing, and I will tell you, the ending is not what you expect! 

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2 comments:

  1. now ive been wanting toread a book like this that isnt vulgar ,,what a nice concept

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  2. This sounds like a really good book that I can read and not feel offended with some of the other murder mysteries out there! I would love to read this book.

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