A Fantastic Start to a New Series by New-to-Me Suspense Author Lynn H. Blackburn

I will admit, I am quite discriminating about the Christian Romantic Suspense novels that I read. They need to be well-written and believable, fast-paced but not too difficult to follow, and contain the right amount of suspense without being extremely graphic and/or troubling. . . I don’t ask for much, right?! So you’ll understand my excitement when I DO find a novel in this genre that is as good as I hoped for, especially when it is written by a new-to-me author! “Beneath the Surface” is the first book in Lynn H. Blackburn’s new series of “Dive Team Investigations” published by Revell, and is certain to impress fans of Lynette Eason and Irene Hannon.

“She thought she’d be safe when she moved back home. She was dead wrong.” Right from the start, “Beneath the Surface” grabs your attention and doesn’t let go until the final page as it takes you on a roller-coaster ride of deadly intent. When an underwater investigation leads to the possibility of a murderer in the midst of a hospital, nurse Leigh Weston quickly realizes that she may be the next target – but why, and what is the connection?

If you are looking for your next thrilling, hair-rising romantic suspense novel (that also contains themes of faith and forgiveness), look no further than “Beneath the Surface”. With this riveting story it becomes clear that Lynn H. Blackburn is a fantastic new name in the genre, and I will definitely be watching for her next release!

“Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc.”

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