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Southern Storm Paperback – Apr 27 2003
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From the Back Cover
Sequel to the #1 best-selling Cape Refuge First a dead stranger. Now a missing Police Chief. Did Chief Cade run off to elope . . . or has he met with foul play? The body in the morgue had no ID. No one knew who he was or where he came from when he walked out in front of Cade's car. And when Cade learns he had a gunshot wound before he was struck, finding his identity becomes even more urgent. Then Cade vanishes. Authorities discover the victim's name, and the woman Cade was last seen with turns out to have been the dead man's wife. Speculation abounds about Cade's relationship to the woman and his part in the victim's death. His disappearance makes him look even more suspicious. But Blair Owens doesn't believe the rumors. Something has happened to Cade, and she's determined to find him. Saving Cade's life will take faith in a God whom Blair has always doubted---but he may be her only hope.
About the Author
Terri Blackstock has sold over seven million books worldwide and is a New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author. She is the award-winning author of Intervention, Vicious Cycle, and Downfall, as well as such series as Cape Refuge, Newpointe 911, the SunCoast Chronicles, and the Restoration Series. Visit her website at www.terriblackstock.com Facebook: tblackstock Twitter: @terriblackstock
Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
Beverly J Scott author of "Righteous Revenge" and "Ruth Fever." Reviewer for Intriguing Authors and Their Books at [...]
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.
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.
Most recent customer reviews
As all Terri black stock books it was thrilling and inspirational. I am loving this series and am now reading the next onePublished on June 26 2014 by Millie Grivich
The first book was a little slower in getting started mainly I think to introduce the characters. I really liked the second book better because right from the first page it got... Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2004 by M. Kay DeFreese
I truly enjoyed reading this book. It is full of suspese,yet heartwarming. It is part 2 to Cape Refuge. This series is very interesting. I could hardly put either book down. Read morePublished on Nov. 2 2003
I am a huge fan of this writer as a rule but "Southern Storm" was not the usual gem of a read Terri Blackstock usually provides. Read morePublished on June 15 2003
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