Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Double Minds

IN REVIEW:
Parker is in the middle of a concert when her brother calls her to let her know that the temp who was sitting in her desk at work had just been murdered. Talk about a great way to start a book. Terri Blackstock has a way of writing that draws you in and doesn't let go until the last sentence. Double Minds is no exception. The fact that Terri lives in Clinton means that the setting for some of her books are right here in our area such as the concert right her at our very on Jackson Coliseum. It was easy to make the book come alive when I had been to so many events at the place she was describing.

In addition to a great story line, Terri gives a great inside look at the Christian music industry. All is glitters is not Christian.


COFEE CUPS: 5 with a biscotti on the side

ABOUT THE BOOK:

Struggling to succeed in the Nashville music scene, talented singer/songwriter Parker James finds the competition fierce – even deadly. A young woman’s murder, industry corruption, and a menacing stalker draw Parker into danger and intrigue. Nothing is as it appears, and unraveling the truth challenges everything Parker believes about her talent, her future, and her faith.

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.

You can preview a Book Trailer on her site HERE

If you would like to read the first chapter of Double Minds, go HERE

1 comment:

Hot Tub Lizzy said...

I LOVE Blackstock... she's very entertaining....

I may have to check this out!