Steal Away

Steal Away

If you enjoy mysteries, thrillers, or romantic suspense and have never read novels by Linda Hall, you won’t be disappointed to add this award-winning author to your favorite collections. She is the author of at least 19 captivating novels including Steal Away.   

Hall asks, “When have you felt you wanted to ‘steal away,’ to leave your present life and run away?”

What took Ellen away from her famous husband yearly, to the cold, windy coast of Maine? Piecing together the life of an unhappy minister’s wife, private investigator Teri Blake-Addison trails the wreckage to a remote Canadian island. When murder rocks the community, she realizes the puzzle may not be as simple as it has seemed. This book is about choices. Ellen made a wrong choice and lived a lie for more than twenty years.

The story is fast-moving, the dialogue down to earth, much like speaking with one of your friends.  However, this novel will be hard to put down, so never mind the dishes–just save a block of time for all the fascinating events that take place. Someone even called it a “mystery within a mystery.”   

Like the police and that private investigator, Brent had his own information about the accident. He’d kept things. A few news clippings and photos. He’d even saved some cards. Other things too. Plus, he had those scrapbooks. Wouldn’t that PI love to get her hands on those!

Even though Steal Away was written a few years ago, there is a sequel out called Chat Room, so we know that Hall has many more stories to keep us interested in the Teri Blake-Addision Mystery Series! Pick up the first book at the Solid Rock Church Library soon!

 

 

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