Item description for Double Blind (Hideaway, Book 9) by Hannah Alexander...
Overview A Deadly Outbreak Opens Old Wounds A virus is sweeping the Navajo reservation, and two of her childhood friends are dead. For Sheila Metcalf that's a call to leave Hideaway, Missouri, and return to Arizona. Neither her father's objections nor the arguments of Preston Black, the man who loves her, can stop Sheila from returning to the land of her youth. Her nursing skills are needed, and it's past time she found out the truth about her mother's long-ago death. There's a medical mystery to unravel, secrets about the past to uncover and questions about the future to explore. Along the way, Sheila will need courage and strength-and faith that God will protect her and lead her to where she belongs.
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.8" Width: 5.1" Height: 1.3" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2008
Publisher Steeple Hill
ISBN 0373785739 ISBN13 9780373785735
Availability 0 units.
More About Hannah Alexander
Hannah Alexander is the award-winning author of more than thirty Christian novels and novellas with medical romantic drama in small-town settings. Awards include the Christy Award, three Holt Medallions, two Reader's Choice Awards, named in Library Journal's Top Five Christian Novels of the Year, and Hannah Alexander was nominated for the Lifetime Achievement Award by Romantic Times Magazine. Read more about this author at www.hannahalexander.com
Reviews - What do customers think about Double Blind (Hideaway, Book 9)?
pretty good I'd say Apr 5, 2008
It was a good book. It gave you a few guesses as to the bad guy but you don't find out til the end. It had some of the romantic stuff but not a ton it was more about the story and mystery. Whats going on. I recommend it. Its kind of nice to get out of Hideaway. When so many things start happening in one small town you start not to believe the stories, even though its fiction a good author pulls you in to know and believe the characters. That happens in this book as well as the others.
Enjoy The Thrill of Native Spirits Feb 15, 2008
When a deadly car crash shattered her marriage, Sheila Metcalf came home to Hideaway, Missouri, to find new meaning in her life. Now, secrets from the past and the deaths of two childhood friends are drawing her back to the Navajo reservation in Arizona. What is the connection between her mother's long-ago death and the troubles sweeping across the Navajo nation? Will the new love in her life find faith in time to help her put these questions to rest?
In this ninth book in the Hideaway series, author Hannah Alexander takes her readers to Arizona and a boarding school for Navajo children. Here, biligaana (white people) are not to be trusted and suspicions surround Sheila, who has come to help in the local clinic. The Wolf, with inherent powers of evil, is threatening the lives of the children and the dreams that haunt Sheila. In the face of this peril, she must find answers to questions that threaten her life, her spirit, and the children she has come to help.
In this medical mystery, Sheila puts her nursing skills and her belief in God to the test. Nightmares and spirits draw her back into the realm of Native American mysticism, where she spent time as a child and lost her mother. Going against the wishes of her father, friends, and the man who loves her, she will test her faith and venture into a different kind of reality. After a fierce battle in an old shaman's death hogan, she is found drugged and huddled over a bloody, dying man. Later, she tells her rescuers, "The spirits--they are real."
This book brings back some of our favorite characters from the Hideaway series and adds a new level of spiritual awakening. The suspense will keep you guessing to the very end and the surprises keep you turning the pages in this delightful read.
by Rhonda Esakov for Story Circle Book Reviews reviewing books by, for, and about women
Fast-paced Suspense Feb 8, 2008
Things aren't going well at the Navajo school where Sheila Metcalf grew up. Two of her childhood friends are dead under suspicious circunstances, and a deadly virus is sweeping out of control. Sheila is determined to leave the safety of Hideaway and return to the Navajo reservation. In addition to finding out what is going on at the school, she wants to learn the truth about what happened to her mother, who died there. No one wants to talk to her about the past, and the future is becoming increasingly dangerous.
Hannah Alexander always delivers a good story, and in my opinion Double Blind is one of the best. Riviting action, plenty of suspense, believable characters, and a strong faith message. This one's a winner. Strongly recommended.