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Fair Warning (Hideaway #5)

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Who wanted her to suffer . . .and why? Cop's wife, mother-to-be, respected ICU nurse -- Willow Traynor had a rich life. Then her husband was shot, supposedly in the line of duty, and she was hit by
Paperback, Steeple Hill Women's Fiction, #35, 288 pages
Published April 1st 2006 by Steeple Hill (first published 2006)
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The author includes enough information about the setting and people from previous books to keep it familiar to readers. This book is based on the life of Willow Traynor, who has experienced tragedy in the form of a murdered husband, a miscarried baby resulting from one of the multiple attempts on her life, insomnia, nightmares, the fear of developing the mental illness that her mother suffered from, and her anger at God.

After one of her patients in the ICU nearly died on her watch due to her in
Guess I'm into Christian-suspense these days, but this is another one recommended to me by a couple of people. It was a quick read, but I enjoyed it. One particular part actually made me almost jump. Eek! :) But I wasn't surprised at the ending.
This one was a bit slow to get into for me, but I ended up enjoying it.
Quick, mystery read. Plot line is easy to follow and somewhat predictable.
Nothing new or all that exciting. Woman's husband killed, now she's being stalked.
Liked the twists and turns in this book... it kept me guessing through to the end. It was somewhat scary for me at times because I tend to like happy, warm, cozy books. However, I got caught up in the suspense and couldn't stop reading. I loved It!!! Great read!
Selah Bell
I liked this book. I like the mystery of it especially. It was written well enough that I didn't suspect the real killer, even though there were clues all through the book. Nice job, Henderson.
Great book! It has a lot of suspense and it is a Christian fiction so I knew it would not have anything bad in it. I really look forward to reading other books that they have written.
Amy A.
I'll probably read all of her books, mostly because I know they're clean, and decent stories, and a quick read, and have a good story.
Suspenceful--who is trying to kill Willow and her brother and why?
Where is God in all this?
This was a nice, quick read. I really liked the characters but the ending was very predictable.
Jesica Abella
I couldn't put it down. I had to know who was terrorizing this poor woman.
Tanya Brunnelson
Really enjoyed this book and author's style!
Truke de Kruijter- Prins
Mooi boek, ideaal vakantievoer!
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HANNAH ALEXANDER is the pen name for the husband-and-wife writing team of Mel and Cheryl Hodde, who began collaborating on their first blind date. Cheryl is the wordsmith, and Mel is the medical expert who helps her with the medical plotlines and edits everything she writes.
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