With Steal Away, Hall begins the Teri Blake-Addison mystery series, featuring the aforementioned Teri, a newly married PI whose requisite quirks are so mild they don't seem worth committing to paper. However, the case--whatever happened to the wife of a famous evangelist--is puzzling and absorbing to the end, and it results in a kind of examination of the dedicated religious life. So the series may march on, but Teri could do with a bit of jazzing up. John Mort
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Linda Hall is the author of eight novels, including the bestselling Margaret's Peace, and seven nonfiction works. A fiction writing teacher and former journalist and English teacher, she grew up in a pastor's home in New Jersey and attended Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, where she met her Canadian husband, Rik. The couple live in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and have two grown children.
This book was a great story. It kept me intrigued so much I couldn't put it down. I never have been interested in reading mysteries before, but this one changed my mind. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Mary Jane
As all the other fiction titles by this author, I truly enjoyed Steal Away. Teri Blake-Addison, the sleuth of this new series, is not annoying and pretentious like many mystery... Read morePublished on April 22 2004 by Amazon Customer
I cannot wait for another mystery with sleuth Teri! Pamper yourself: pour some fresh-brewed tea and curl up with Linda Hall - sure not to disappoint!Published on Oct. 12 2003 by Don Pape
Linda Hall's books are so fun to read. I have enjoyed all of them.
If you like suspense and you miss the good clean mystery reads you will love Linda Hall's books, all of... Read more