am 15. Oktober 1999
Terri Blackstock's novels have got be some of the greatest mysteries I have ever read. Though she may not get as much publicity due to the fact that her books are from a Christian perspective, they are none the less astounding. I loved this book. It was interesting from front to back. You are constantly wondering if Celia will ever get out of the mess that she is in. It also is amazing how Blackstock shows that putting your trust in God is more rewarding than we think it is. A wonderful book and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes a good mystery.
am 2. Juni 2000
Cilia Sheperd's husband, Stan, becomes violently ill. It is discovered that he was a victim of arsenic poisoning. Who could do such a thing? With no suspects, Cilia becomes the prime suspect. At first, everyone is sure she is innocent. But when it is found out that she was accused of this same crime years earlier, even her family begins to wonder....
Shadow of A Doubt will keep you on the edge of your seat. This book is very suspenseful and will keep you guessing to the end. It will also strengthen your faith in Christ. A must read for everyone who likes a good mystery.
am 3. September 1999
WOW! I could not put this book down. I sat down and started reading and when I finished, it was 1:30am. Just when I thought I knew who the suspect was, the author would bring an interesting twist into the plot. What a moment it is when the suspect is revealed and you have "correctly" solved the case! It keeps you on the edge of your seat, as well as gently reminds us that we don't fight our own battles, God does. This was my first Terri Blackstock book that I've read and I promise I will read more of her work. It's a MUST-READ!!!
am 28. Oktober 1998
I have read all of Terri Blackstock's books and have enjoyed all of them. Her mystery books are all but impossible to put down, and this one does not disappoint in this area! I never guessed for a moment who the true "guilty" person was. The book also shows how God is always with us, even in those times where it just doesn't "feel" like He is. A great book, I highly recommend it. I would recommend reading the first book in this series, "Private Justice", before reading this one.