Moonlighters Analysis

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Moonlighters is a trilogy of bestselling novels written by award winning novelist Terri Blackstock. The first novel in the Moonlighters trilogy was Truth Stained Lies first published in 2013. The series of novels are generally regarded as Christian Fiction.

The Moonlighters series of novels are about the women of the Cramer family who moonlight as amateur sleuths, working to resolve mysterious murder mysteries that involve their loved ones. The series of murders range from the killing of the protagonist’s husband, wrongful conviction of a brother, and a relationship with a man that turns out to be a drug dealer and possible killer.

The first novel in the Moonlighters series Truth Stained Lies tells the story of Cathy Cramer an investigative
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What follows is a highly charged story of threatening notes and letters, humiliation, and hope as the three sisters work furiously to save their brother. Truth Stained Lies is a gripping narrative that goes on to demonstrate why Terri Blackstock has won an amazing array of awards over the years.

MOONLIGHTERS AWARDS:
The novels in the series have won many nominations and awards over the years. Truth Stained Lies, the first novel in the series was the 2014 winner of the Best Suspense/Mystery at the Carol Awards. Twisted Innocence the third novel in the Moonlighters trilogy won the Suspense Award at the 2016 Christy Awards.

BEST MOONLIGHTERS BOOKS:
The Moonlighters series of novels is a trilogy and hence we can only rank the novels in their order of popularity. Starting from the most popular, the best novels in the series
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When the man that she has been married to for over a decade and a half is shot and killed in what she believes is a random attack, she is traumatized and devastated like never before in her life. Things only get worse when she gets home to a series of threatening messages on her machine that immediately inform her that the shooting was no random attack, but rather a deliberate planned attack intended to send a message. Her children now in danger from a deranged killer with unreasonable demands, she engages the services of her three private investigator sisters to unravel some of her husband’s darkest
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