Cape Refuge Fiction Review : 2004/11/06
Cape RefugeCape Refuge
by Terri Blackstock
Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2002, 382 pp., softcover.
is the first book of a suspense trilogy. Christian novels don't often begin with the most Godly people in the story getting murdered, but Terri Blackstock isn't a typical writer. An author who sold millions under pseudonyms for major publishers, she decided to write unabashedly Christian books while at the height of her mainstream success.
Her characters are flawed, experience doubts and failures, and generally reflect the real world better than many characters in Christian novels. As usual with fiction reviews, I don't want to give away much of the story, other than to say it's a good read if you enjoy murder mysteries.
Visit Terri's website
for blurbs about her books.