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eBook In The Blood ePub

by J.A. Kerley,Stuart Milligan

  • ISBN: 1445000695
  • Category: Thrillers and Suspense
  • Subcategory: Suspense and Obscurity
  • Author: J.A. Kerley,Stuart Milligan
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Isis Audio Books; Unabridged edition edition (March 1, 2010)
  • ePub book: 1928 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1234 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 292

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In the Blood . Bathed in the thin illumination of a lone light on the side of the house, Jackson crunched across the sand to yank the six-foot lance from the scrubby palmetto doubling as his target

Bathed in the thin illumination of a lone light on the side of the house, Jackson crunched across the sand to yank the six-foot lance from the scrubby palmetto doubling as his target. Dr Matthias said to keep a low profile, Anak, Rebecca said.

To Janine and Duane Eby, always beautifully there. Bathed in the thin illumination of a lone light on the side of the house, Jackson crunched across the sand to yank the six-foot lance from the scrubby palmetto doubling as his target

To Janine and Duane Eby, always beautifully there. Bathed in the thin illumination of a lone light on the side of the house, Jackson crunched across the sand to yank the six-foot lance from the scrubby palmetto doubling as his target.

I didn't like it in that movie and in this book. Carson Ryder deserved a better vehicle. Kerley and this series, he's a fine writer, but the end? Oh Jack

The author of BLOOD BROTHER returns with a new psychological thriller. I didn't like it in that movie and in this book. Kerley and this series, he's a fine writer, but the end? Oh Jack.

Rebecca’s blood, as she told it, her storytelling voice sweet and musical after she’d smoked weed, had its genesis in the . He vomited blood down his shirt, staggered through the rotten deck rail, and dropped into the sand in front of Rebecca. Pain seared Rebecca’s head.

Rebecca’s blood, as she told it, her storytelling voice sweet and musical after she’d smoked weed, had its genesis in the Middle East, moving through Europe to the US, pausing in the Swede-land of Minnesota, then pushing into Canada. Rebecca joked that Anak carried half the world in his veins, she carried the other half in hers.

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Written by J. Kerley, narrated by Stuart Milligan. The Hundredth Man. The Apostle.

The fourth in the bestselling series of psychological thrillers featuring Carson Ryder, the detective with a unique perspective on serial killers. Children are disappearing in Mobile, Alabama, the latest snatched from her own bedroom

The fourth in the bestselling series of psychological thrillers featuring Carson Ryder, the detective with a unique perspective on serial killers. Children are disappearing in Mobile, Alabama, the latest snatched from her own bedroom. There are no clues - and, as yet, no bodies. Homicide Detective Carson Ryder is called in to investigate the abduction of little LaShelle Shearing only to find the case getting tangled up in murky departmental and civic politics.

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TV evangelist Reverend Scaler made his fortune from firebrand attacks on the sins of modern America. But Scaler has preached his last sermon after being bound and beaten to death in an apparent S&M session. Detective Carson Ryder has his own problems. He's edgy and unpredictable, seemingly unmoved by the discovery of an abandoned infant in a boat - nearby, a burnt-out shack, a body and signs of a struggle. Scaler's tangled personal life reveals bizarre connections between the cases. And it seems the baby fighting for its life in hospital has powerful enemies. Ryder can't seem to save himself but can he save the life of an innocent child?

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Out of all the books I've read in this series this is my least favorite. Hard time staying focus on the story
Kulasius Kulasius
Love this series and this book is one of the better ones
Steamy Ibis Steamy Ibis
This is another of the Carson Ryder series. I wouldn't read this without having read his other books first, though, because that would help to develop the relationship for the reader with the characters. As with other Carson Ryder books, this one involves a mystery to solve. Carson ends up entrenched in fighting off white supremacists and uncovering a secret that a famous family is desperate to keep hidden. While it might border on the implausible from time to time, the author develops Carson Ryder's character more fully and one sees his growth into a more mature human being in this story. That said, if this book were skipped in the series, the reader could still keep up with the story without losing much.
Beahelm Beahelm
This is typically great J.A Kerley read. A lot of "edge of your seat" gripping suspension. A true must read
mr.Mine mr.Mine
Thank you! As described, and received on time!
Bolanim Bolanim
I have been giving the Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilus series a chance, and I want to like it, I really do, but all it really has going for it is a good set of characters. The story is based around a baby that Ryder and Nautilus find one morning while fishing outside Ryder's beachfront home. The baby, barely alive, becomes the epicenter of drama between white supremacists and the cops trying to protect her. Nothing rings true in this, except the religion. Reverend Scaler, an important figure in the evangelical world is found dead under suspicious circumstances and Ryder and Nautilus have to figure out how to untangle this mess while trying to protect the child.

I thought that Kerley's first book, The Hundredth Man, was his weakest but that was before I read this one. Nothing in this book is logical. One of the only good parts about his series are Ryder and Nautilus and he didn't even do much with them in this book except to give Ryder some "depression" issues. I would firmly recommend just skipping it altogether.
Dyni Dyni
Carson Ryder and Harry Nautilis are great characters. I love the humor and wit that comes from this duo, which is coupled with their dedication to solving crimes.
I am happy with my purchase. This is a very good book and has a very good leading character. I was pleased the book came on time and in very good shape.