Item description for Shadows at the Window (Shadows Series #2) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #107) by Linda Hall...
Overview Lilly Johnson had done everything she could to put her dangerous rock-star past behind her. Now living in a new town, she was a law-abiding churchgoer engaged to youth minister Greg Whitten. But when pictures from her past reemerged, with ugly threats attached, it put more than just her happily-ever-after in danger....
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Studio: Steeple Hill
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.5" Width: 4.1" Height: 0.9"
Release Date Jul 31, 2008
Publisher Steeple Hill
Series Love Inspired Suspense
ISBN 0373442971 ISBN13 9780373442973
Availability 0 units.
More About Linda Hall
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."
Reviews - What do customers think about Shadows at the Window (Shadows Series #2) (Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense #107)?
Another 5-Star Review Nov 22, 2009
Another 5 Star book by Linda Hall.
Someone is trying to destroy Lilly or so it seems. There really isn't a part where you might be at a good point to put the book down.
With the types and amount of work being done to the church, floors being left gaping open without more than the yellow warning tape across the openings and stairways being totally gone, and lights that would no longer work, while the church is still occupied, is not believable. At the start of the book, with Lilly's hands and arms apparently full, she shoulders open the church door to find yellow warning tape marking a gaping hole in the floor. No mention of danger or warning on the door. None, at least that was apparent to her. Being so occupied, she could easily have landed in that hole. In reality, the door should have been locked and the church-goers would have known in advance to use another entrance.
In this book, we are reminded how the old has passed away and all things become new in Christ. Lilly is fortunate she found people who are familiar with that and for whom they are not words only. She found God's loving acceptance of her through a stranger's concern and kindness when she needed it most.
Satisfactory May 1, 2009
I haven't read the book yet. I know it will be good and am looking forward to reading it.
Good read but not the author's best... Mar 1, 2009
Typical Love Inspired book....not Hall's best writing, but a quick, easy read with a decent plot. Rather predictable ending, to the point where you wonder why the main character didn't figure out at least part of it early on.
In Shadows at the Window, Linda Hall has done it again - wrapped interesting, real, and flawed characters with a compelling myst Aug 5, 2008
When Shadows at the Window opens, Lilly Johnson seems to have it all. She's content in her job at a music store, enjoys teaching music lessons, is at home singing in the worship band at church, and is thrilled over a pending engagement to youth minister, Greg Whitten. Yes, everything in her current world is swimming along nicely. It's Lilly's past that threatens to pull her under and drown out her present.
Lilly is horribly ashamed of the things she's done in the past and was happy to leave that life behind. A life she thought would remain hidden. But Lilly is in for a shocking surprise as her past rises up and threatens to smother the good with a blanket of ugliness. Not only smother Lilly, but take Greg down with her.
Greg is clueless about Lilly's secrets and simply wants to marry her. When emails begin arriving with incriminating pictures of Lilly, her world collapses. She must find out who is sending these emails and discover what they hope to gain from exposing her. And if it is possible, reclaim the world she lived in before it was rocked to the core.
Shadows at the Window is an aptly titled story of past failures and future consequences. The subject of this story could be dark and heavy but Hall does a wonderful job of not letting that happen. She reminds us that our past is our past and once we accept Jesus as our savior, we are new creatures in Christ and the past cannot harm us. That no matter what we've done, we have a fresh beginning with God.
I've always thought one of Hall's many writing strengths lies in her characters. She pens real people with struggles you and I might find in life. She tosses these characters into mysteries so compelling that you want to keep reading until the very end. Shadows at the Windows is no exception to this and is a race to the end read. I urge you to buy your copy today so you too can see why Linda Hall is and remains one of my favorite authors.