Goodreads Giveaway – Look What I won!

I regularly enter the Goodreads giveaways. It’s a great way to try new authors.

Here is the link to the giveaways ending soon: Goodreads Giveaways Ending Soon that way you don’t have to wait long. You can also select if you want to see the print book giveaways or a Kindle version. I select Kindle since I prefer ebooks.

Look What I Won Recently:

Lullabies For Suffering: Tales of Addiction and Horror   (reminder that my blog has affiliate links)

Lullabies for Suffering

Blurb:

Addiction starts like a sweet lullaby sung by a trusted loved one. It washes away the pains of the day and wraps you in the warmness of the womb where nothing hurts and every dream is possible. Yet soon enough, this warm state of bliss becomes a cold shiver, the ecstasy and dreams become nightmares, yet we can’t stop listening to the lullaby. We crave to hear the siren song as it rips us apart.

Six stories: three novellas, three novelettes, written by a powerful list of talent, all featuring the insidious nature of addiction–damaged humans craving for highs and wholeness but finding something more tragic and horrific on the other side.

FEATURING:
Caroline Kepnes author of You and Hidden Bodies
Kealan Patrick Burke, author of Sour Candy and Kin
Mercedes M. Yardley, author of Pretty Little Dead Girls
John FD Taff, author of The Fearing
Mark Matthews, author of Milk-Blood
Gabino Iglesias, author of Coyote Songs

I’m looking forward to reading this one.

I’ll post a review once I’m done.

~ Jenna

 

Book Review – Bloodhound by Andrew Puckett

Time for a whodunit book review!

This one involves tainted blood. Eek!

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Title: Bloodhound

Author: Andrew Puckett

Publisher: Sharpe Books

Publication Date: February 11, 2019

Source: I purchased this ebook

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This is book three of the Tom Jones series, but I had no problem jumping in at this one. I was not lost.

Description:  Blood transfusions have saved countless lives over the years, but when a terrorist group agitating for Scottish independence deliberately contaminates a hundred blood packs with a deadly bacteria, this normally safe procedure poses a terrifying threat.

Department of Health investigator Tom Jones is recalled from holiday to assist with the police enquiries, and the trail leads him to the West Highland Transfusion Centre – where, to complicate matters, he finds that his former girlfriend is now in a relationship with one of the chief suspects.

The hunter will turn into the hunted however, as Tom is targeted when his investigation grows close to uncovering the truth.

Four Stars

Such an interesting whodunit. I jumped into this book without reading the first two. The scenes take place in Ireland, so that was fun and refreshing. 

The main character, Tom is an intelligent sleuth with a dry wit. Snarky humor is amazing.  I was drawn in right away. 

The premise for the mystery is kind of a scary thought – blood packs all over the country are tainted with a deadly organism (virus? disease? I can’t remember. People die.) It’s a race against the clock to figure out – how did the bad guys tamper the plastic blood containers without being detected and who did it!? 

The last five to six chapters were made of fun action. I encourage Puckett to fill an entire novel with this. So well done. I didn’t know the culprit until the reveal at the end of the novel – lots of characters. Lots of suspects.

I’d definitely read more by this author.

Thanks for stopping

~ Jenna

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Another bloody, virus filled book: The Hot Zone: The Terrify True Story of the Origins of the Ebola Virus. Oh my – so scarey! Don’t read on an airplane. I made that mistake.