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Blackstock, Terri


BLACKSTOCK, Terri. Also writes as Terri Herrington, Tracy Hughes. American, b. 1957. Genres: Novels, Mystery/Crime/Suspense, Romance/Historical. Career: Writer. Publications: SUNCOAST CHRONICLES SERIES: Evidence of Mercy, 1995; Justifiable Means, 1996; Ulterior Motives, 1996; Presumption of Guilt, 1997. SECOND CHANCES SERIES: Never Again Goodbye, 1996; When Dreams Cross, 1996; Blind Trust, 1997; Broken Wings, 1998. NEWPOINTE 911 SERIES: Private Justice, 1998; Shadow of Doubt, 1998; Word of Honor, 1999; Trial by Fire, 2000. WITH B. LaHAYE: Seasons under Heaven, 1999; Showers in Season, 2000. AS TERRI HERRINGTON: Blue Fire, 1984; Head over Heels, 1986; Lovers' Reunion, 1986; Tender Betrayer, 1986; A Secret Stirring, 1986; Stolen Moments, 1987; Tangled Triumphs, 1987; Ticket to a Fantasy, 1987; Wife Wanted, 1988; Her Father's Daughter, 1991; Flashback, 1993; One Good Man, 1993; Silena, 1993; Winner Take All, 1995. AS TRACY HUGHES: Impressions, 1986; Quiet Lightning, 1986; Above the Clouds, 1988; Emerald Windows, 1989; Jo (Calloway Corner Series), 1989; White Lies & Alibis, 1990; Honorbound, 1991; Second Chances, 1991; Father Knows Best, 1992; Sand Man, 1992; Delta Dust, 1993; Catch a Falling Star, 1994; Heaven Knows, 1994; The Princess and the Pauper, 1994; To Heaven and Back, 1995; Daniel-Return to Calloway Corners, 1996. Address: c/o Author Mail, Zondervan, 5300 Patterson SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49530, U.S.A.

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