Black Ice

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Crown Publishing Group, Dec 24, 2008 - Fiction - 352 pages
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They said she came in with the ice…

Lenore Featherjohn found the girl, frozen against a snow bank behind Lenore’s bed-and-breakfast. Some said she was a ghost, others said an angel.

Lenore knows better. Fearing that the police might look to her sons as murderers, she hires Jake Rikker and his crusty business partner, May, to investigate the suspicious circumstances surrounding her undesirable discovery. Their search leads them not to the strange girl–or to Earth’s final days, as many in the town suspect–but to Amy McLaren, the wife of a local minister. As Jake and May get closer to the truth, the tension between Lenore and Amy rises, forcing each woman to face the secrets they’ve hidden far too long.

Return to Fog Point in Black Ice, a gripping novel that asks, is any faith strong enough to survive the coldest seasons of life?


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Review: Black Ice, Fog Point Series #2

User Review  - Jeremy Harder - Christianbook.com

Black Ice was a great read from start to finish, and in my opinion one of Linda's best books to date. The characters were interesting and real and the book left me wanting more in this series! Read full review

Review: Black Ice, Fog Point Series #2

User Review  - Susan Sleeman - Christianbook.com

Linda Hall has done it againprovided her faithful readers with a novel rich in descriptions, filled with real and unique characters, and a mystery that keeps you turning the pages. Black Ice, the ... Read full review

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Linda Hall is the award-winning author of seven nonfiction books and twelve novels, including Dark Water. When she’s not writing, Linda and her husband, Rik, enjoy sailing the St. John River system and the coast of Maine. Linda and Rik have two children and three grandchildren and live in New Brunswick.


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