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First comes darkness, then comes fear - Eve Duncan is back! Blockbuster New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s latest thriller brings Eve closer to discovering her daughter’s killer…and into a web of danger from which she may not be able to escape… Eve Duncan returns in a thriller that pits her against the most evil mind she has ever encountered: a ruthless kill First comes darkness, then comes fear - Eve Duncan is back! Blockbuster New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s latest thriller brings Eve closer to discovering her daughter’s killer…and into a web of danger from which she may not be able to escape… Eve Duncan returns in a thriller that pits her against the most evil mind she has ever encountered: a ruthless killer who taunts her with his every move…and who has a special affinity for blood. When a Georgia senator’s daughter is found murdered, and her body drained of blood, Eve Duncan is drawn into the web of Kevin Jelak—a serial murderer who is on Eve’s short list of killers who might know something about her missing daughter Bonnie. When a goblet of blood is found in Eve’s refrigerator, she knows the taunting is over…and the games have begun. As Eve and Jelak engage in a dance of death, Eve must call upon those she loves and trusts the most…even if it means bringing them into the game as well.


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First comes darkness, then comes fear - Eve Duncan is back! Blockbuster New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s latest thriller brings Eve closer to discovering her daughter’s killer…and into a web of danger from which she may not be able to escape… Eve Duncan returns in a thriller that pits her against the most evil mind she has ever encountered: a ruthless kill First comes darkness, then comes fear - Eve Duncan is back! Blockbuster New York Times bestselling author Iris Johansen’s latest thriller brings Eve closer to discovering her daughter’s killer…and into a web of danger from which she may not be able to escape… Eve Duncan returns in a thriller that pits her against the most evil mind she has ever encountered: a ruthless killer who taunts her with his every move…and who has a special affinity for blood. When a Georgia senator’s daughter is found murdered, and her body drained of blood, Eve Duncan is drawn into the web of Kevin Jelak—a serial murderer who is on Eve’s short list of killers who might know something about her missing daughter Bonnie. When a goblet of blood is found in Eve’s refrigerator, she knows the taunting is over…and the games have begun. As Eve and Jelak engage in a dance of death, Eve must call upon those she loves and trusts the most…even if it means bringing them into the game as well.

30 review for Blood Game

  1. 5 out of 5

    Becky

    I usually adore Iris Johansen, and I've read several Eve Duncan books. However, this is a series that needs to end...probably a couple of books ago. Johansen's writing style is still excellent, but the rehash of situations, characters and memories is worse than a long-running soap opera. Eve Duncan - hunted by what, the 20th serial killer who is drawn to her "strength" and claims to have killed her daughter, Bonnie? Conveniently, after each claim is proved false, ANOTHER serial killer pops up to I usually adore Iris Johansen, and I've read several Eve Duncan books. However, this is a series that needs to end...probably a couple of books ago. Johansen's writing style is still excellent, but the rehash of situations, characters and memories is worse than a long-running soap opera. Eve Duncan - hunted by what, the 20th serial killer who is drawn to her "strength" and claims to have killed her daughter, Bonnie? Conveniently, after each claim is proved false, ANOTHER serial killer pops up to claim that HE did it. Eve has almost found Bonnie's body, I don't know, at least 5-6 times? Enough already; if this were a movie you'd have lost the audience a long time ago. Every man who meets or is associated with Eve is half in love with her, because of a myriad of reasons. This gets old, quickly - I just can't believe that so many men could be obsessed with one woman. And in this book, let's throw in a curve to try to keep people interested, Joe, Eve's lover, is put in contact with a facilitating psychic who accidentally gives him the power to see and talk to the dead. Book seies that have a solid storyline and haven't been running way too long don't have to stoop to these kind of levels. It is time to find Bonnie's body, let her & Eve have a tearful dream reunion, and then let Eve and Joe ride off into the sunset, only to be heard from again if Johnansen starts up a book with Jane McGuire being the new main heroine. And if they are included in a new book series, please let it be only a VERY SMALL PART! And, just to put my own plug in, I want to see books about Jane McGuire - she is young and fresh and interesting, especially with it comes to good ol' Mark. Let's hear it for out with the old and in with the new!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marla

    3.5 stars. There were elements that I really liked in this book, like the logical, practical Joe Quinn being in turmoil. BUT the moaning about Bonnie over and over in each book is getting old. I don't blame Joe for being tired of Eve depressed over Bonnie, I am too. Now, Eve is entitled to miss her and be sad, but the obsession and one track mind thing is truly getting old. How many times do we have to hear about the Bugs Bunny t-shirt that Bonnie is wearing and it's her favorite shirt that she 3.5 stars. There were elements that I really liked in this book, like the logical, practical Joe Quinn being in turmoil. BUT the moaning about Bonnie over and over in each book is getting old. I don't blame Joe for being tired of Eve depressed over Bonnie, I am too. Now, Eve is entitled to miss her and be sad, but the obsession and one track mind thing is truly getting old. How many times do we have to hear about the Bugs Bunny t-shirt that Bonnie is wearing and it's her favorite shirt that she was wearing that LAST day. I miss the romance in these books. And I'm tired of every male that enters their lives is either attracted to Eve or Jane. I wish I could see Eve being strong, instead of people admiring how strong she is. And I wish Eve and Jane would stop being so impulsive and use their heads. Likes: * Paranormal aspect, but besides Bonnie, this hasn't been a paranormal story (view spoiler)[ * Interviewing Nancy Jo * Either can see ghosts or is losing their mind * Vampire myths * Determining worthiness of victim and their blood * Ritual deaths leading to vampire resurrection * Psychic family and someone tracking family members and their talents * Seth Caleb, but not sure if you can trust him * Using dreams to talk to loved ones * Bonnie helping Nancy Jo * Thankfully, Montalvo love triangle wasn't in play (hide spoiler)] Dislikes: * No romance ~ some of my favorite parts of this series * Senator was quite annoying (view spoiler)[ * Relationship problems were detriments * Quinn didn't seem to be a very good detective in this book * Eve and Jane charging in to dangerous situations is sooooo irritating * Keeping secrets from each other showed lack of trust (hide spoiler)] With-reservations: torture, violence, murder, kidnapping, drinking blood

  3. 5 out of 5

    Robyn Hawk

    Iris Johansen has done it again... I made the mistake of opening this book when I knew I was working under a project deadline...it sucked me right in! I was already a Johansen fan and especially an Eve Duncan (forensic sculptor) fan. What really interested me about this book was the more adult treatment of the "vampire" and "paranormal" phenomenon. Between the Twilight series and the new "True Blood" TV series it appears the paranormal is here to stay. I like the concept of a mortal to vampire resu Iris Johansen has done it again... I made the mistake of opening this book when I knew I was working under a project deadline...it sucked me right in! I was already a Johansen fan and especially an Eve Duncan (forensic sculptor) fan. What really interested me about this book was the more adult treatment of the "vampire" and "paranormal" phenomenon. Between the Twilight series and the new "True Blood" TV series it appears the paranormal is here to stay. I like the concept of a mortal to vampire resurrection...and I especially like the thought out means to this end that Johansen devises. Joe Quinn (long time boyfriend) the hard boiled detective is the perfect person to bestow with psychic abilities as he is the first to scoff at them and their use in police work. The pace is good - the characters well developed (I have to say I loved the old world charm of Seth Caleb) - the paranormal scenes well done and not tied into teen angst and romance. Overall - it is nice to see the genre aimed at a mature audience.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Deena Scintilla

    I couldn't get beyond CD # 2 because it was the Bonnie obsession again which is always woven into whatever murder is happening in that particular book. Wrap up this plot, please. I couldn't get beyond CD # 2 because it was the Bonnie obsession again which is always woven into whatever murder is happening in that particular book. Wrap up this plot, please.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    I am ready to see the end of the 'Who killed Bonnie?' story line. Joe is also getting on my nerves. I am ready to see the end of the 'Who killed Bonnie?' story line. Joe is also getting on my nerves.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Janet

    I’ve read a lot of Johanson‘s books – I always read series out of order. It just happens - but nothing of hers for maybe a year. I’d never read this particular early book and found it very interesting, even knowing the future. And sure enough, Iris just reeled me back in. Page 267, “I’ll cut off his balls!” Finally. Just the right amount of levity, though it probably wasn’t meant that way, that is needed. I just love a thriller that throws in a bit of laughter here and there, but I know this isn I’ve read a lot of Johanson‘s books – I always read series out of order. It just happens - but nothing of hers for maybe a year. I’d never read this particular early book and found it very interesting, even knowing the future. And sure enough, Iris just reeled me back in. Page 267, “I’ll cut off his balls!” Finally. Just the right amount of levity, though it probably wasn’t meant that way, that is needed. I just love a thriller that throws in a bit of laughter here and there, but I know this isn’t Iris Johansen’s style. I think it works well for so many excellent authors. That’s one of the things that hookef me on Stephen King for so many years. But, “Each to his own, said the old lady as she kissed the cow.“ “She had always trusted her instincts, and they were sending up skyrocket signals now.“ Always, always, always trust your instincts. What are instincts? They are lessons learned over millennia. They are the knowledge gained by our ancestors, gone so long ago that they are not even dust. A guy in the coffee shop is staring at you, but it’s making you feel weird rather than flirty. The power of instinct.

  7. 5 out of 5

    ReBecca

    We have a serial killer on the loose, who thinks he is a vampire, and he thinks your blood will give him the ultimate power..... This is my first and probably the last book I read by Iris Johansen. I'm all about the supernatural...but I just couldn't get into this book. I don't know if it was the writing style, the conversations between ghosts and the living, or just the supernatural theme to the book. I wanted to like Johansen, especially because I have purchased other books of hers and she liv We have a serial killer on the loose, who thinks he is a vampire, and he thinks your blood will give him the ultimate power..... This is my first and probably the last book I read by Iris Johansen. I'm all about the supernatural...but I just couldn't get into this book. I don't know if it was the writing style, the conversations between ghosts and the living, or just the supernatural theme to the book. I wanted to like Johansen, especially because I have purchased other books of hers and she lives and writes about the Atlanta area, but it just wasn't the case. A big let down, in my opinion, I think you really need to enjoy Johansen's reading style to read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    I typically like books of this nature, I have even favored books by this author in the past. I am unsure if the unneeded characters in the book felt that way because it is the ninth book of the Eve Duncan series, and I have not read any of the other eight, or if they are just unneeded. I appreciated the story line, along with the twists that occurred. Not creative enough to be worth five stars, in my opinion.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Betty

    http://www.newandusedbooks.com/index.... Blood Game: An Eve Duncan (An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller) By Iris Johansen St. Martin's Press May 2010 An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller ~ Eve is concerned over her relationship with lover Joe Quinn. Joe has been distracted and often curt with Eve. He has told her that he doesn’t intend to help her look for her daughter’s killer, but there is another crazed killer in the area, and he has his sights set on Eve. This man, Kevin Jelak, is also on Eve’s short http://www.newandusedbooks.com/index.... Blood Game: An Eve Duncan (An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller) By Iris Johansen St. Martin's Press May 2010 An Eve Duncan Forensics Thriller ~ Eve is concerned over her relationship with lover Joe Quinn. Joe has been distracted and often curt with Eve. He has told her that he doesn’t intend to help her look for her daughter’s killer, but there is another crazed killer in the area, and he has his sights set on Eve. This man, Kevin Jelak, is also on Eve’s short list of killers who might know something about Bonnie’s death. Eve gets a call from her acquaintance Dr. Morgan Blair, a clairvoyant who helped police find the mass graves of children slain by Henry Kistler – see QUICKSAND. Morgan informs Eve that anyone who touched her, Morgan, when she went into her coma might inherit psychic tendencies they have never had. Eve realizes that Joe carried Morgan’s limp body after she passed out. Could heretofore unknown psychic tendencies explain Joe’s mood? When the body of Nancy Jo Norris, a Georgia’s senator’s daughter, is discovered it is considered a ritual killing, as her body has been drained of blood and a golden goblet is left with the corpse. Joe is assigned this top priority case, because he is considered the best. Joe is struggling to come to grips with his newfound sense – a facilitator effect he gained from Megan – he can see and converse with the dead. Nancy Jo is trying to lead him to her killer with the help of a little girl – a little girl named Bonnie. It isn’t a coincidence that Eve and her adopted daughter Jane find a similar goblet in Eve’s refrigerator, but this one has blood in it. Eve contacts Morgan to see if she or her relatives know anything about the goblet. Her inquiry sends Scotsman Seth Caleb, a hunter, to Georgia to find and destroy Jelak, as the goblet and Jelak definitely means something to him. BLOOD GAME is Iris Johansen at her best and grittiest. It’s good to visit with Jane again. After the draining experience Eve had with Kistler, Jane came home from London to take care of her, but Eve doesn’t like or want to be coddled. Jelak is a vampire-wannabe and is one of the most perverted killers to come from Ms. Johansen’s astounding imagination. Beware – this is a one sitting, white-knuckled, fast-paced read that will leave you breathless and awaiting the next installment. Betty Cox, ReaderToReader.com

  10. 5 out of 5

    J.C.

    A Train Wreck This is my second Iris Johansen book; the first being Deadlock (which I gave two stars). I thought I would give Blood Game a chance since Johansen is apparently a bestseller and has flocks of fans. Needless to say, this will be my last Johansen book. My first gripe (and this is more of my lack of previous Eve Duncan reading) is that there was nothing to suggest that there is paranormal psychic hoopla from the book synopsis. Paranormal stuff is not bad per say (I love urban fantasy an A Train Wreck This is my second Iris Johansen book; the first being Deadlock (which I gave two stars). I thought I would give Blood Game a chance since Johansen is apparently a bestseller and has flocks of fans. Needless to say, this will be my last Johansen book. My first gripe (and this is more of my lack of previous Eve Duncan reading) is that there was nothing to suggest that there is paranormal psychic hoopla from the book synopsis. Paranormal stuff is not bad per say (I love urban fantasy and others); but Johansen does not have a knack for it. The characters are so one dimensional it is ridiculous. We have the cop boyfriend who is headstrong and does not believe in the psychic "mumbo jumbo" and is worried about how others will perceive him if they found out he is hallucinating. One of the most classic parts at the beginning of the book is when Joe is talking to the psychic, and she has him "convinced" that he is now a medium-like individual, and he says he still thinks it is a load of bologna but she can come along anyway to help him read the signs, just in case. The plot is so juvenile and the storytelling is weak; but, I guess I should not expect deep and engaging stories when the author pumps out three and four books a year. Good reading, Plants and Books Visit My Blog For More Reviews

  11. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ok, another creepy criminal, but the story was compelling! If I had the option, I would have read this straight through without putting it down...it was like that :-) I was happy to see Megan still in the picture, and Joe needed her advice was almost comical. Having Megan waken a gift of seeing and communicating with ghosts in Joe was perfect! Now he and Eve (once she shares her ability to see Bonnie with him...I can't wait to read what happens when Eve reveals that she has been communicating wit Ok, another creepy criminal, but the story was compelling! If I had the option, I would have read this straight through without putting it down...it was like that :-) I was happy to see Megan still in the picture, and Joe needed her advice was almost comical. Having Megan waken a gift of seeing and communicating with ghosts in Joe was perfect! Now he and Eve (once she shares her ability to see Bonnie with him...I can't wait to read what happens when Eve reveals that she has been communicating with Bonnie for a long time...hmmm, I hope this doesn't cause Joe to go ballistic again!?!?!~ he is so temperamental. I truly hope that this news brings them closer together and I picture Eve, Joe and Bonnie together on the porch talking. I would like to see more of Caleb again, I am intrigued by his "gift" and I thoroughly enjoyed his "look Ma, no hands" destruction of Jelak...very satisfying :-)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Vannessa Anderson

    I believe Blood Game is the book Iris Johansen has always wanted to write. With all the paranormal novels out there, and the acceptance of them, Iris Johansen now has the license to give her characters more depth. I enjoyed the new direction Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn have taken. On a previous case, Quinn had contact with Megan, a surgeon, who has paranormal powers. Megan transferred powers to Quinn that allows him to see and talk to the dead. The story is strong, believable, and interesting.

  13. 4 out of 5

    PastAllReason

    A continuation of the Eve Duncan series. I continue to read them, though I am at the point of thinking that Johansen needs to wrap up the continuing, ever-evolving, "who is Bonnie's murderer" storyline. It is starting to be like a soap opera, in a bad way. A continuation of the Eve Duncan series. I continue to read them, though I am at the point of thinking that Johansen needs to wrap up the continuing, ever-evolving, "who is Bonnie's murderer" storyline. It is starting to be like a soap opera, in a bad way.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Darinda

    The ninth book in the Eve Duncan series. Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor who helps identify the dead from their skulls. This book finds Eve being taunted by a killer who she believes may know something about her daughter's death. Suspenseful and entertaining. The ninth book in the Eve Duncan series. Eve Duncan is a forensic sculptor who helps identify the dead from their skulls. This book finds Eve being taunted by a killer who she believes may know something about her daughter's death. Suspenseful and entertaining.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    another not very likable book sorry to say I usually love her stuff but this was rote and not a real page turner.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Linda Munro

    This is another early book in the Eve Duncan series that I had missed. This book introduces the character Seth Caleb. Eve and Joe have just returned home after tracking down a serial killer, the first of three names given Eve by Montalvo. Not only was the killer dispatched, but his burial ground turned up several children, none of which had been Bonnie. Eve's friend, a recently realized psychic who accompanied the crew is worried because if someone touches her after such an experience, they someti This is another early book in the Eve Duncan series that I had missed. This book introduces the character Seth Caleb. Eve and Joe have just returned home after tracking down a serial killer, the first of three names given Eve by Montalvo. Not only was the killer dispatched, but his burial ground turned up several children, none of which had been Bonnie. Eve's friend, a recently realized psychic who accompanied the crew is worried because if someone touches her after such an experience, they sometimes find latent psychic phenomena within themselves, although both Eve and Joe claim to be fine. But things are far from fine. Jane is flying home to make sure for herself that Eve is alright. Montalvo calls to let Eve and Joe know that the second serial killer on his list is moving, heading in their direction. Kevin Jalek hits town with a bang, leaving a Senator's daughter dead and Joe realizing that he can now see and communicate with ghosts. One telephone call brings Seth Caleb to Atlanta, he's been hunting Kevin Jalek for years; this time he plans on getting the man. Jalek thinks he is about to become immortal by drinking the blood of his victims, and he has set his sites on Eve to bring him to that state of existence...........

  17. 5 out of 5

    Greer

    I really enjoyed Blood Game. This is the first Iris Johansen book I have ever read. It is book #9 in the Eve Duncan series but can definitely be read out of order. The story gives all the back story to Bonnie, Eve’s little girl who was killed and the relationship that Eve and Joe have. So really, this one book is a fine stand alone, actually for me. I may not even pick up the first one’s because I feel that I already know the back story. I don’t know if all of Johansen’s books have a bit of a my I really enjoyed Blood Game. This is the first Iris Johansen book I have ever read. It is book #9 in the Eve Duncan series but can definitely be read out of order. The story gives all the back story to Bonnie, Eve’s little girl who was killed and the relationship that Eve and Joe have. So really, this one book is a fine stand alone, actually for me. I may not even pick up the first one’s because I feel that I already know the back story. I don’t know if all of Johansen’s books have a bit of a mystical or psychic feel to them but this one did and that might be the reason I really enjoyed it, right up my alley. The gist of the book is about a murdered daughter of a Georgia senator, being that it is set in Georgia is the only reason I even picked up this book. There is a serial killer who drinks blood and a hunter who has been on his trail and with the help of Joe, Eve and the ghost yes there is a ghost they track the killer down. Of course it’s not that simple because if it was there would be no story and no book.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Dawn

    "When a Georgia senator's daughter is found murdered, and her body drained of blood, Eve Duncan is drawn into the web of Kevin Jelak—a serial murderer who is on Eve's short list of killers who might know something about her missing daughter Bonnie. When a goblet of blood is found in Eve's refrigerator, she knows the taunting is over…and the games have begun. As Eve and Jelak engage in a dance of death, Eve must call upon those she loves and trusts the most…even if it means bringing them into the "When a Georgia senator's daughter is found murdered, and her body drained of blood, Eve Duncan is drawn into the web of Kevin Jelak—a serial murderer who is on Eve's short list of killers who might know something about her missing daughter Bonnie. When a goblet of blood is found in Eve's refrigerator, she knows the taunting is over…and the games have begun. As Eve and Jelak engage in a dance of death, Eve must call upon those she loves and trusts the most…even if it means bringing them into the game as well." Now the books are starting to take a turn towards the weird. Johansen definitely isn't King, Koontz, or Gaiman, but we'll see what happens. Vampires? Psychics? The paranormal? She's either really starting to try branch out from her roots, or has absolutely no idea where to take this basic storyline.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Linda George

    Eve is once again plunged into danger. Surprisingly this time it is because of the death of Henry Kistle from the novel Quicksand. His death triggers Kevan Jelak to seek her out to complete his blood game. He drinks the blood of his victims and believes that he becomes stronger and closer to becoming a god and that the blood of a strong brave woman like Eve will complete the process. Joe who has developed a psychic link to one of Jelak's victims is determined to protect her. Seth Caleb comes fro Eve is once again plunged into danger. Surprisingly this time it is because of the death of Henry Kistle from the novel Quicksand. His death triggers Kevan Jelak to seek her out to complete his blood game. He drinks the blood of his victims and believes that he becomes stronger and closer to becoming a god and that the blood of a strong brave woman like Eve will complete the process. Joe who has developed a psychic link to one of Jelak's victims is determined to protect her. Seth Caleb comes from the family connected to Megan aand is hunting Jelak. This book was an exciting page turner.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ada Iaboni

    Once again I've picked up a book that was part of a series, in fact it was #9! So, I'm not sure if these characters have been experiencing ghost all along or if it's a newer experience. When I read the jacket, I was intrigued by the psychic part of this book. But reading it, it went way out there! To a 15 century cult that made it to modern days, to vampires wanna-be, to a person that could transfer some of her psychic abilities to someone else..... Okay, way too strange for me and way too unbeli Once again I've picked up a book that was part of a series, in fact it was #9! So, I'm not sure if these characters have been experiencing ghost all along or if it's a newer experience. When I read the jacket, I was intrigued by the psychic part of this book. But reading it, it went way out there! To a 15 century cult that made it to modern days, to vampires wanna-be, to a person that could transfer some of her psychic abilities to someone else..... Okay, way too strange for me and way too unbelievable. It had some interesting parts and characters, but it was hard for me to finish it.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Katy Lohman

    4 stars = I think I have a new favorite author and series. This is the first Eve Duncan book I've read, but I feel it was very easy to understand even without the other books. It gets pretty creepy at times, the characters are well-developed, and I enjoyed seeing the story from various viewpoints. I did not foresee the final confrontation being played out as it was, but it was really cool. Now I want to read more of the series. 4 stars = I think I have a new favorite author and series. This is the first Eve Duncan book I've read, but I feel it was very easy to understand even without the other books. It gets pretty creepy at times, the characters are well-developed, and I enjoyed seeing the story from various viewpoints. I did not foresee the final confrontation being played out as it was, but it was really cool. Now I want to read more of the series.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn

    Blood Game (#9) by Eve Duncan. This book in the series was a little on the weird size but I still enjoyed it. Eve makes her characters very likable so you want to keep reading about them. I like the way she keeps her main characters and brings other characters in and out of the books in her series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    Oh wow! If you like thrillers, this one is for you! Eve Duncan is back, a forensic specialist. A Senator's daughter is found murdered, her body has been drained of blood. Eve knows she is looking for a crazy psychopath. Eve knows she needs help and enlists the help of Joe Quinn and Jane MacGuire even though she knows that she is putting them in danger. An intense read! Oh wow! If you like thrillers, this one is for you! Eve Duncan is back, a forensic specialist. A Senator's daughter is found murdered, her body has been drained of blood. Eve knows she is looking for a crazy psychopath. Eve knows she needs help and enlists the help of Joe Quinn and Jane MacGuire even though she knows that she is putting them in danger. An intense read!

  24. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    Fresh from tracking down one killer, Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn find themselves up against another who may be her daughter, Bonnie's killer. Before they can begin to track him down, they realize that he is tracking Eve, determined for her to become his next victim. Suspense with a hint of the paranormal. Must-read for lovers of the Eve Duncan series. Fresh from tracking down one killer, Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn find themselves up against another who may be her daughter, Bonnie's killer. Before they can begin to track him down, they realize that he is tracking Eve, determined for her to become his next victim. Suspense with a hint of the paranormal. Must-read for lovers of the Eve Duncan series.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Walt Jacob

    Note: This was originally written on 6/5/2010 This was my first Iris Johansen novel and, to say the least, I was extremely disappointed. The only thing I liked about it is her photo; she is a very beautiful woman. I can only assume her earlier books were substantially better. I doubt I'll be finding out any time soon, however. Note: This was originally written on 6/5/2010 This was my first Iris Johansen novel and, to say the least, I was extremely disappointed. The only thing I liked about it is her photo; she is a very beautiful woman. I can only assume her earlier books were substantially better. I doubt I'll be finding out any time soon, however.

  26. 4 out of 5

    D.J.

    Have read several Iris Johansen books and enjoy them all, especially those with Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn. However it is time to put the finding of Bonnie to an end, can't keep dragging it on forever. Have read several Iris Johansen books and enjoy them all, especially those with Eve Duncan and Joe Quinn. However it is time to put the finding of Bonnie to an end, can't keep dragging it on forever.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    I'd like to give this more then 3 stars but I'm disappointed that this book moved to Joe seeing dead people I really hope the remaining books don't go this way. I get Bonnie for Eve but lets not go beyond that. I'd like to give this more then 3 stars but I'm disappointed that this book moved to Joe seeing dead people I really hope the remaining books don't go this way. I get Bonnie for Eve but lets not go beyond that.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Irene

    Loved the book! Great story, excellent writing, outstanding characters. This book had everything, intrigue, mystery, suspense, romance, even a little horror. The amazing thing is that everything fit. It even had a happy ending. Definitely recommend.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Keri n David Horner

    Completely hooked on this series! I have read many books, and this series is one of the best I have ever read. I absolutely love the characters and the roles they play. I can't wait to start the next book. Completely hooked on this series! I have read many books, and this series is one of the best I have ever read. I absolutely love the characters and the roles they play. I can't wait to start the next book.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Cody

    I think that this book has a lot of blood in it and that you should not read if you like the fact people drink blood to try to become gods. Many innocent lives are lost in this book. Still recommended to people that are into mystery books and a little gruesome, like me.

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