"Fascinating tale of portrayal, redemption and second chances"
The defining moment in Teri Blake Addison's life came when
she was fourteen years old and her mother went out to do
grocery shopping. She never came home and the police
thought she was abducted because her car was found in the
grocery parking lot. Several years later Tori becomes a
police officer and then a private detective specializing in
missing person cases. At age of thirty-eight she married
the love of her life, widower Jack Addison, an English
professor and fellow Christian.
Her latest client is world famous televangelist and
foremost Christian apologist Dr. Carl Houseman who founded
the rich congregation Houseman Ministries. He is getting
married again five years after his wife was killed in a
boating accident but before he puts an end to that period
in his life he wants Teri to find out his wife's state of
mind in her last days. Teri's investigation takes an
unexpected turn when she comes upon a reclusive living on
Grand Maran Island living with her twenty something
mentally challenged daughter.
This novel will STEAL AWAY the reader from the ordinary
world and transport them into the pages of this fascinating
tale of portrayal, redemption and second chances. Without
getting preachy, this mystery within a mystery focuses on
the premise no sin is too big to be unforgivable if the
person genuinely regrets what they have done (difficult to
accept for many people). The protagonist is a likable
person who does her job without alienating others and has
such an honest personality that people open up to her.
This is the first installment in what looks like a good