- File Size: 1771 KB
- Print Length: 226 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1495924866
- Publication Date: July 27, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B008PP3VLW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,070,699 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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There is a bond that is forged between brothers and they will go to any length to protect one of their own.
Even a cousin will do what he has to do to protect a man from himself even risking his reputation within the family.
The McCarthy boys stick together no matter what and when young Tom is sent to prison and is pronounced dead the next day.
Brothers Ryan and Ben with their cousin Scott question his alleged suicide and dig dipper only to find out things they really didn't want to know. There are plenty of surprises and skeletons in the family closet along with long standing issues to be resolved. Can they put their animosity aside to get the job done?
Blood bound is a tale of fidelity and at the same time betrayal. It is a wild ride between the front and back covers of Karina Gioertz novel. Just as she did in COUNTRY GIRLS the author shows the reader that above all else family is important what she has done to portray sisterhood, the author has turned her attentions to painting a picture of brotherhood in BLOOD BOUND.
I give BLOOD BOUND 5 big hearts for great story telling and action.
The author did a fine job providing enough back-story without dragging too much history into the tale; just enough for you to understand how the characters related to each other in the present. Occasionally, a little humor inserted here and there throughout the story.
The ending brought closure, not only to the murder mystery but also to the chasm of misunderstanding and jealously between the brothers from the past. The last paragraph was classic karma; what goes around, comes around.
The characters are wonderfully believable. Their relationships are strained, but the reader can see clearly that there is a deep, abiding love there, even if it's laced with suspicion. I can see the action unfold in front of me as Scott and Ryan delve into the past to reveal its secrets. It's an amazing story and I highly recommend it.
Five Golden Acorns.
What happens when your brother is accused of a crime that YOU think he didn’t commit? Then is sent to prison to do his time, and on his first lonely night in jail he commits suicide….. Oh course Red flags are going to go off in your head. This family will stop it nothing to find out what really happened to their brother. Tons of family secrets are going to be dug up and the family turned upside down
Tommy, Ryan, Ben and Scott: Family: Bound by Blood: What happened? No one thought the outcome of the trial was wrong? As the family gathers together after the funeral Scott is introduced to Natasha, Ryan’s fiancé and the conversation gets heated. Before leaving his aunt’s home Scott will find out the truth at all costs. How was he strangled to death on a radiator pipe in his prison cell? Why did the guards miss his corridor that night? What really happened? Why did his family give up?
The only thing Scott can do to help is go talk to someone he met while in prison himself. What Scott begins to learn at the prison alarms him as he realizes that many things that look real are often just created or staged to make people believe what you want them to believe. Who wanted Tommy dead? Who set off this chain of events?
A must read for sure!
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The McCarthy brothers are men you can't forget