Collateral Damage
Hannah Alexander
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Collateral Damage

3.75 of 5 stars 3.75  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  6 reviews

Was the explosion that took the lives of Sarah Russell's parents an act of murder? Her teenage daughter thinks so and is determined to seek answers in the sleepy small town where Sarah grew up. Sarah fears the teen will uncover a secret she's not ready to share: everyone, including Sarah's daughter, believes the girl is Sarah's kid sister. Even the child's...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published June 1st 2014 by Love Inspired Suspense (first published January 1st 2014)
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John Hanscom
3 1/2 to 4. Better than average, though the beginning was a little confusing. Two mothers and one father died, and, with all the "moms" and "dads" mentioned, it was initially hard to keep the characters straight. I like a book where there is a strong female protagonist, one who does not sit passively waiting to be saved by a man, but I wish the author gave her more to do. For example, she had a gun, as was described as a good shot, but she never got to use it. All the real action at the end was...more
I have enjoyed this author's Hideaway series and was eager to read this. This was fine as a standalone, but evidently Gerald and Megan starred in another book. I will browse the library's interlibrary loan offerings and see what more I can find. There has to be more to the story of Nick's past as a doctor.

This had all the right elements: likeable characters put in dangerous situations which require courage and faith to sort out. Sarah and Nick and Edward were all almost too nice and unselfish to...more
Joanie Bruce
This book was a fun read. It was written well with likable characters.

What I liked: I enjoyed the suspense in this story, and I was not able to guess the murderer’s identity until the end of the book. I also liked the love and concern the characters and the town displayed for each other.

What I didn't like: Nick kept referring to his father, Edward, as “Dad” even when he was not talking to him, as if this were his father’s name. This was a little confusing since there were other men in the same s...more
Wilani Wahl
Wow! Loved, Loved, Loved! This is a great mystery. A real page turner. I loved the way the characters sought out the Lord. I would love to hear more about Nick and Sarah. I was given this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Glenda Parker
I really enjoy Hannah's books and this one is awesome. A great suspense.
Another book that is well written by Hannah Alexander! I loved this book (as I do with all of her books). I was guessing who the killer was until the end! I can't wait for the next!
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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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