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Review: Bloq by Alan Jones

Bloq by Alan Jones

Bill Ingram is looking forward to a Christmas visit with his adult daughter, Carol, and is waiting for her train to arrive at the station so he can take her home. The train arrives at the station a few minutes late… but Carol isn’t on it, nor is she on the other two trains coming in from London that night. Convinced something is terribly wrong, Bill goes to the police, but finds little help. Determined to find his daughter, Bill embarks on his own investigation, discovering a secret lifestyle involving a seedy nightclub and unsavory people who led Carol down a dangerous path. Bill is willing to do whatever it takes to find her, no matter what—and the cost will be higher than he ever imagined.

Bloq is a mind-blowing crime novel that hooks you right from the start; a superbly written thrill ride that builds to an electrifying climax. Its fast pace keeps you on the edge of your seat, anxious to know more, and unwilling to put it down.

When I read crime novels, I’m always trying to guess how it’s going to end, and it’s a HUGE letdown when I’m successful at it, because I want to shocked at the ending. Bloq definitely doesn’t disappoint, delivering a conclusion that blindsides the reader with an emotional wallop.

If you enjoy crime thrillers, I highly recommend this one. I’m pleased to say that I consider Alan Jones’ Bloq a Book Worth Reading.

I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

Author: Alan Jones

Title: Bloq

Genre: Crime Thriller

Published: 4/1/2016 by Ailsa Publishing

Rating: ★★★★★ BOOK WORTH READING!

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Review: Bloq by Alan Jones”

    1. I did! It was truly a fantastic read, and I’m SO glad I read it. Thanks again for alerting me to it, and helping it all come about in the first place. I appreciate it so much! 🙂

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