Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages no: 484
Edition language: English
Series: Medical Thrillers (#3)
I borrowed this book from the library and used both a Kindle version and an audio version so that I could "read" when I was driving or knitting/crocheting. Claire Elliott and her son, Noah, have moved to Tranquility, Maine to help him get away from a bad influence in their old hometown and to give t...
Bloodstream has an interesting enough premise. Dr. Claire Elliot is a small town doctor who relocates to rural Maine with her son, Noah to shield him from big city violence. All is well in the town of Tranquility until one of Claire’s patients, a teen boy snaps in a very violent act. This is the fir...
The more she wrote the better they became. In the beginning Tess Gerritsen novels could not decide if they were romance or suspense (erring to Romance) - - - Bloodsteam is definably suspense. Rather imaginative and slightly predictable, but still a good read.
This is one Tess Gerritsen earlier work, not part of her Rizzoli and Isles series. A lot happens in this book, but it wasn't very easy for me to connect to the story. I wanted to really like this book (as I know a lot of Tess Gerritsen fans), and I thought it started of great, with a high level of...
I had high expectations of this book because I loved some of the author's other thrillers (especially "The Surgeon" and "The Apprentice".Alas, this was a let-down.If I hadn't paid £3.99 for the book, I would have given up after two chapters. Various events happen, but they don't connect. There's no ...
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