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Cape Refuge 2 Southern Storm [Paperback]

Terri Blackstock
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April 16 2003 Cape Refuge Series (Book 2)
Police Chief Cade disappears after hitting and killing a man with his car.Without a trace, without a note, without taking clothes or his car or money, he is gone.When a witness says she saw Cade getting into a blue Buick with a woman before his disappearance, the newspapers report that Cade left town to be with her.Blair knows it doesn’t make sense for Cade to leave without word for any reason.The dead man is identified, and it soon becomes clear that the woman Cade was seen with was the wife of the dead man.Newspapers begin to ask hard questions.Was the Cape Refuge Chief of Police having an affair with this woman?Did he deliberately kill her husband, then make it look like an accident?When the police department receives a handwritten note from Cade that he has run off to get married to a woman he’s kept secret, everyone breathes a sigh of relief.But Blair notices his unusual signature: Matt Cade. Cade never goes by his first name, and he especially never calls himself “Matt.”She thinks it’s a signal from him that the contents of the note are false.Meanwhile, around the south, there are news reports about babies being kidnapped from area hospitals.When a ransom call comes to Hanover House from the baby’s kidnapper, they are all shocked to see that the phone it is traced to is Cade’s cell phone.Is he involved in the babies’ disappearance?Is that why he’s disappeared?

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Terri Blackstock ( is the bestselling author of Last Light, and the Sun Coast Chronicles, Second Chances, Newpointe 911 and Cape Refuge suspense series and other books.With Beverly LaHaye, she wrote Seasons Under Heaven, Showers in Season, Times and Seasons, and Season of Blessing.

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he Georgia Weather Bureau's prophecy of fifty-mile-per-hour winds had been fulfilled and sur , much to Matthew Cade's chagrin. As chief of the small Cape Refuge police force, Cade could do little about the ravages of the storm as it beat across the island toward Savannah. Read the first page
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5.0 out of 5 stars Intense and Riveting Jan. 7 2004
Unfortunately, I read this book before the first in the series, but still found it compelling and stayed up late a few nights, unable to put it down. Terry's characters are life-like in their struggles with faith and the difficulties that life throws at them. And like a dog thrown a bone that he can't get to, because a fence separates him from his desire, so Blair struggles between the facts and what she knows to be the truth about her friend, Cade, Police Chief of Cape Refuge, when he vanishes, leaving behind his vehicle.
He was last seen with the wife of a man that he had run over and that had a bullet wound, and then died of his injuries.
Cade's disappearance leaves the town confused and somewhat worried, until evidence points to him. Blair, one of the few who truly believes in his innocence, stubbornly pursues the truth about his disappearance, fearing for his life and struggles with doubts about the God, Cade believes in. Time is of the essence. But time is running out and she becomes desperate. Then his disappearance becomes even more complicated when he is accused of being involved in the disappearance of several babies. Can she trust God to deliver Cade? Will she listen to those who tell her to quit interfering and let the police do their work, even when she is in imminent danger?
You'll have to read the book to find out. This will have you on the edge of your seat and is compelling to the very end.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Blackstock Classic July 9 2003
I read this book and found myself having a hard time putting it down. Terri Blackstock clearly has a knack for the whodunit, but what separates her from others is that she so carefully weaves in the faith element. In Southern Storm, as in her other works, the transformation in the lives of Karen, Sadie, and Blair are as important if not greater than finding the murderer and rescuing Cade.
I strongly recommend her books because they satisfy the reader's urge for great literature and yet he leaves feeling spiritually refreshed--as if it is not just a wasted excercise. What also is refreshing and encouraging is the way Terri deals with grown-up issues and tough life situations with grace rather than judgmentalism. In Southern Storm, you get the idea that these are real people dealing with real issues and real fears. Even the strongest Christians battle doubt and discouragment and even question the will of God. The reader feels kinship with the heroes and heroines who identify with everyday life struggles.
If you're hooked on reading, but would rather part with trashy romance novels, look no further than Terri Blackstock. It will be an experience you'll not soon forget.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great second book of her Cape Refuge series Oct. 13 2003
SOUTHERN STORM is the second book of Terri Blackstock's "Cape Refuge" series. Blackstock is a renowned Christian writer who offers her books free to any readers not happy with her talent. During a storm on Cape Refuge, Cade, the police chief, runs over a strange man. The autopsy reveals that the man had been shot before he was run over. Within hours Cade disappears and Blair, good friend and town librarian, seems to be the only person in town worried. Blackstock entices readers with her action-packed plots, her warm natural characters and her realistic dialogue. As Blair uses her stubborn persistence to locate Cade, she is slowly drawn toward the God she wasn't always sure existed. Terri Blackstock is a gifted writer and SOUTHERN STORM is a sure best-seller.
Beverly J Scott author of "Righteous Revenge" and "Ruth Fever." Reviewer for Intriguing Authors and Their Books at [...]
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than the first! April 20 2003
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Im an avid reader of Terri Blackstock. As well as Karen Kingsbury, Dee Henderson, and any other author whos writing style strikes my fancy. Southern Storm was a fantastic read. It literally kept me flipping pages till around 1:30 in the morning. The plot keeps adding on to the point where you just can't find a dry spot. This book was better than the first (Cape Refuge was great as well) but it's easier to get into Blair and Cade's character. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves Terri Blackstock novels as well as anyone who likes a good read.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow, just when I thought Terri wrote her best! April 28 2003
By A Customer
I read this book in two nights. It would have been one but I had to go to work the next day. Terri did some real changes to her plot writing on this one, and added more twits then the windiest road. The second half was so intense your heart skips a beat and your palms get sweaty. I suggest wearing gloves on the second half. j/k.
I highly recommend this book! But only if you read Cape Refuge, you will be lost otherwise.
The worst part of this is that I have to wait a couple of months for the next in the series.
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