For the Blood is the Life

For the Blood is the Life For the Blood is the Life by Joe Albanese
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Murders, missing women, a custody battle, alcoholism and a Detective trying to keep it together made for an entertaining read
Detective Evan Summers, recovering alcoholic, is dealing with a slew of missing women around his city and the threat of losing his son forever without succumbing to his addiction. I was hooked as soon as the "mysterious stranger" entered the bar and then further pulled in when the first throat was ...well you can read it to find out that part. But, the investigation takes on a bizarre feel and just like that, you are pulled into the book further with this bizarre killing. Detective Evan comes face to face with the unthinkable and becoming something otherworldly or does he?

This is a well-written story. The formatting, content, and structure were professionally done. I look forward to the sequel and the new dynamic between Summers and McNally.

Should be a 3.5 star rating. This was a good read.

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