Book Review: Bloodridge (Spies Lie Series Book One) by DS Kane

Bloodridge is a moreish conspiracy thriller with mystery, intrigue and suspense. Jon Sommers is left angry and devastated after the death of his fiance, Lisa. He soon learns more than he bargained for, when he meets a spymaster, Yigdal Ben-Levy, who tells him his girlfriend was working for mossad and one of her aims was to recruit him. Jon also learns that his parents were also mossad and their death was not the car accident he was led to believe.

Jon, feeling an acute sense of betrayal nonetheless is driven to avenge Lisa’s death and enroles in an accelerated training programme in Israel, but as he gets out in the field and zeros in on his quarry, Houmaz, the terrorist who made the bomb responsible for Lisa’s death, he finds himself drawn further and further into a web of espionage where trust is a priceless commodity and allegiances questionable.

This thriller picks up speed as Jon gets further and further into the murky world of espionage and the stakes just seem to get higher and higher. There is excitement in abundance and an underlying current of the potential to be betrayed at every turn.

An exciting thriller, but I felt a bit waylaid by the narrative and felt it could have had more impact in the hands of a better editor. However, definitely one for conspiracy thriller fans. This book is available to read for free to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.

Links To Book:
Amazon UK
Amazon US
Goodreads

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