Evidence of Mercy By Blackstock Terri

Hardcover

Status

Available

Call number

813.54

Tags

Original publication date

1995-10-13

Description

Fiction. Romance. Suspense. Christian Fiction. HTML: The plane crash nearly ended Lynda's life. Was it an accident or sabotage? Lynda Barrett, a young lawyer, hates to sell her plane, but she can no longer afford to keep it. Enter Jake Stevens: wealthy, arrogant, and interested in buying Lynda's beloved Piper. Together, he and Lynda embark on a test flight that ends in disaster´┐Ż??hurling them into a terrifying sequence of events. One thing becomes clear: Someone is out to get Lynda . . . someone who will not be satisfied until she is dead. This riveting novel takes the reader on a suspense-filled flight into a world where the dark side of human nature meets with a higher power . . . where love finds root in the midst of hatred's savagery . . . and where terrifying and uncontrollable circumstances become the unlikely catalysts for forgiveness and faith. Evidence of Mercy is book one in the Sun Coast Chronicles by award-winning author Terri Blackstock. From absorbing legal drama to lightning-paced action, the Sun Coast Chronicles offers suspense at its finest, tempered with remarkable realism and penetrating insights into the human heart. Look for Ulterior Motives, Justifiable Means, and Presumption of Guilt at your favorite bookstore.… (more)

ISBN

0310200156 / 9780310200154

UPC

025986200152

User reviews

LibraryThing member multilingualmaid
Jake and Linda struggle to recover physically, emotionally, and spiritually as they piece their lives back together after a disastrous plane crash, but with a killer on the loose they're in for a hard battle.

Blackstock provides a good, fast-paced plot with a continuous string of life-changing, and
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life-threatening, events. It did seem a bit depressing for awhile when one catastrophe after another batters these characters, but the author's Christian perspective sheds a definite ray of hope. I generally liked the characters and the way they were presented as neither too perfect nor too flawed. The ending seemed a little too "happily-ever-after" to be entirely believable, but it makes for a nice feel-good conclusion. Overall, I enjoyed this book and will probably read others in this series.
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LibraryThing member JenniferRobb
I think I might have read this book once before (before I started a Shelfari shelf) because I figured out who the culprit was long before it was revealed (earlier than usual--about halfway through the book). I still enjoyed the book though. I wish the book had split a little better in following the
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inner thoughts of Lynda and Jake/the spiritual journeys of each/their budding friendship and love and the Paige/Brianna/Keith storyline.

I like Terri Blackstock's books. She has a good blend of suspense/mystery/romance etc. in her storylines.
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