Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Double Minds by Terri Blackstock

The young girl with the Bohemian style was on the floor where she'd fallen, between Parker's computer case and her file cabinet. She wore a long, flowing skirt---lavender, the color of calm---and camel-colored Uggs. She lay on her back, her long, wavy blonde hair matted with blood. For struggling singer/songwriter Parker James, the music business has just turned deadly. Her desk in the reception area of a busy recording studio has become a crime scene, and Parker finds herself drawn into a mystery where nothing is as it seems. Unraveling the truth puts her own life at risk when she uncovers high-level industry corruption and is terrorized by a menacing stalker. As the danger escalates, Parker begins to question her dreams, her future, and even her faith. Double Minds is a double treat---combining a compelling suspense novel with an inside look at the world of the Christian music industry in Nashville. Terri Blackstock grabs readers at page one and keeps them riveted until the final plot twist is untangled. I really enjoyed this novel but I have to admit it took me almost a hundred pages to get into it. That may have had something to do with being in a car with my four boys for twelve hours and trying to read while repeating, "Stop licking your brother." I'm glad that I was able to focus and read this book. It's an amazing story. I liked the insight into the music industry and the heroine's family. What I liked: A great Christian suspense novel with a very interesting plot line. What I didn't like: The heroine was almost too nice. I loved that she was such a great example of Christian charity, but I cheered when she finally stood up for herself. Audience: Appropriate for anyone. Terri Blackstock's Website Buy Double Minds

2 comments:

  1. I usually read Christian books, but I agree that sometimes the characters seem meek and mild. Thanks for visiting me at A Season for All Things. I'm your newest follower and look forward to reading more of your reviews. ~ Ellen

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  2. Thanks, Ellen. I love your blog and really appreciate you stopping by mine.

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