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 - 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 listener 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.
©1995 Terri Blackstock (P)2008 Zondervan
With a great story line it is wonderful to find the absence of foul language and a positive attitude about the Christian Faith.
Yes because it was well written and interesting.
"Seasons of Blessing". People facing life that has given them a challenge that most people would have trouble overcoming.
Very interesting and believable performance.
Laugh and cry both
Terri Blackstock is one of my favorite writers.
I wish I would have listened to it with my husband because he would have really liked it too. Kept my interest all the way through---was a bit predictable but I really liked it.
A great listen. A strong storyline and great characters. Terri Blackstock is a good author and this one is right up there with her best!
Terri Blackstock is a truly gifted author. Very smart, exciting and convicting. Made me want to spend more time in the Word and exercise my faith.
I love how this author shows the progressive steps of Christianity with the story she brings of those who know the Savior and those who don't.
When I find an author that I love it seems they can't write fast enough. Terri Blackstock is among my top favorites.
I was caught up in the story at the very beginning. Trying to guess why someone would go to such extremes to murder Linda.
Linda being in her childhood home and finding comfort in it.
It's a good name, God's Mercy is wonderful.
I am a retired psychologist with lots of time on my hands, thus I listen to a lot of books.
I believe in God but this book was a little too preachy for me. I felt like she was trying to weave in converting people with the story but didn't do it successfully. Plot held my interest moderately.
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