Strange Blood: A Crime Novel #2020

Strange Blood: A Crime Novel By Lindsay Jayne Ashford Strange Blood A Crime Novel Last year Frozen introduced Welsh crime writer Lindsay Jayne Ashford to U S mystery fans Now Strange Blood the next in this critically acclaimed series has been shortlisted for the Theakstons Old Pe
  • Title: Strange Blood: A Crime Novel
  • Author: Lindsay Jayne Ashford
  • ISBN: 9780312355807
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Strange Blood: A Crime Novel By Lindsay Jayne Ashford Last year Frozen introduced Welsh crime writer Lindsay Jayne Ashford to U.S mystery fans Now Strange Blood, the next in this critically acclaimed series, has been shortlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Fellow nominees include Val McDermid, Ian Rankin, and Stephen Booth.In this second crime novel to feature forensic psychologist Dr Megan RhyLast year Frozen introduced Welsh crime writer Lindsay Jayne Ashford to U.S mystery fans Now Strange Blood, the next in this critically acclaimed series, has been shortlisted for the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year Fellow nominees include Val McDermid, Ian Rankin, and Stephen Booth.In this second crime novel to feature forensic psychologist Dr Megan Rhys, she is called in to help police investigate what they believe to be a ritual killing But as women die, and as the press, the police, her boss, and even her own family turn on her, Megan stakes everything on finding the killer.
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    815 thoughts on “Strange Blood: A Crime Novel”

    1. Actual rating 1.5 stars.Lightweight, poorly written British police procedural about a female profiler, brought in as a consultant to a serial murderer case, who gets personally involved The author introduces some potentially interesting plot elements a policewoman on the case is seen snogging with the husband of one of the murdered victims , but doesn t follow up The serial murderer, when we finally get to him literally not until the last pages of the final chapter is a schmuck, a total letdown [...]


    2. In England forensic psychologist Dr Megan Rhys heads the Heartland University Department of Investigative Psychology as well as providing consulting services to the British police Currently Megan has personal issues with a former Ph.D student, which she hopes to derail before she runs into professional condemnation.To occupy her mind and escape her troubles, Megan is profiling a serial killer who carves pentagrams on the foreheads of his victims Looking into the background of the first victim wi [...]


    3. Dr Megan Rhys is asked to assist the police with a brutal killing that looks like it could be a ritual As a forensic psychologist, Rhys can help the police determine what kind of person would do this She tries to look past the pentagram left at the scene and focus on other elements of the crime The killer strikes again, and things hit very close to home Can Megan hunt the killer down before he takes someone Megan loves The mystery plot on this book is pretty weak The crime scenes aren t describe [...]


    4. Meh For a forensic psychologist, Megan is sort of a ditz and her sister is even of one Sisters having simultaneous parallel affairs with their younger students Puhleez The witchcraft angle was pretty silly, and the identity of the murderer was an anticlimax Not sure what the fuss is about it s a chick book, but at least it only took a couple of hours to read.


    5. It was not what I expected Firstly it was a British written book There were some words I didn t recognize, but interesting to see the terminology they use Secondly, I didn t expect the ending I like when the ending is different than I try picturing as I read the book It was nice to see a woman in the role that Dr Rhys portrayed A good read after getting into the first few chapters.



    6. Totally forgettable Really I have no idea what it was about, and I m supposed to be the person with the master memory.



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