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Blood for Blood (Ziba MacKenzie, #1) Ziba Mackenzie profiles killers Now one is profiling her.Rush hour, London A packed commuter train is torn apart in a collision Picking through the carnage, ex special forces profiler Ziba MacKenzie helps a dying woman who passes on a cryptic message He did it You have to tell someone.When a corpse is found bearing the gruesome signature of a serial killer dormant for twenty five years, Ziba is pulled into the hunt for the perpetrator As the body count rises it becomes clear he s on a new spree But what s brought the London Lacerator back after such a long hiatus And does his sudden return have anything to do with the woman on the train Ziba scrambles to profile the killer in the hope of predicting his next move But time is running out And the closer she gets to uncovering his identity, the closer he gets to destroying hers.Shortlisted for the CWA Debut Dagger Award New Read [ Blood for Blood (Ziba MacKenzie, #1) ] author [ Victoria Selman ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – freeboooks.com

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 319 pages
  • Blood for Blood (Ziba MacKenzie, #1)
  • Victoria Selman
  • English
  • 10 February 2017

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10 thoughts on “Blood for Blood (Ziba MacKenzie, #1)

  1. says:

    Blood for Blood was both a page turner and a disappointment What began as an edge of your seat read quickly deteriorated into a muddled pool of feints and missteps The book starts on a commuter train where Ziba MacKenzie is engaged in people watching It s clear that she is keenly observant as she relates the minute details of her fellow passengers and silently passes judgement on each The reader learns that MacKenzie is a successful independent profiler , in the process of emerging from her Blood for Blood was both a page turner and a disappointment What began as an edge of your seat read quickly deteriorated into a muddled pool of feints and missteps The book starts on a commuter train where Ziba MacKenzie is engaged in people watching It s clear that ...

  2. says:

    It s rare that a single side character causes me to cut a book rating in half, but here we are One of these days I m going to read a book with a strong, independent female lead 2018 wasn t a good year for me and such a book, but I entered 2019 ever hopeful One might be fooled into thinking that this is one But no What we have instead is a woman still broken from the death of her husband Which is fine Could be great, even It s a great opportunity to show her inner strength as she comes to It s rare that a single side character causes me to cut a book rating in half, but here we are One of these days I m going to read a book with a strong, independent female lead 2018 wasn t a good year for me and such a book, but I entered 2019 ever hopeful One might be fooled into thinking that this is one But no What we have instead is a woman still broken from the death of her husband Which is fine Could be great, even It s a great opportunity to show her inner strength as she comes to grips with...

  3. says:

    The first book in a new crime series by debut author Victoria Selman Ziba MacKenzie is a profiler, and her latest case involves a serial killer who is back after a long hiatus.A fast paced crime mystery with a strong female lead I usually enjoy books with strong female protagonists, but Ziba was kind of annoying She seemed a bit of a know it all, and the weird phrases she uses threw me off Additionally, I would have likedbackstory about Ziba I m guessing that as the series continues, The first book in a new crime series by debut author Victoria Selman Ziba MacKenzie is a profiler, and her latest case involves a serial killer who is back after a long hiatus.A fas...

  4. says:

    This was myFirst Read pick for January It s not a book I d recommend, and it s not a series I ll follow Some things that bothered me include Ziba is an annoying character who tries too hard to be a badass She has a habit of calling people ridiculous derogatory names, constantly, such as moon chicken and DI Dipstick She also uses her personal lingo fo...

  5. says:

    A proper serial killer thriller with a great main protagonist and a twisty page turner with some great writing Part of my First Monday Crime reading so will review properly at a later date Looking forward to the next in the series

  6. says:

    This book was one of the two choices I made for the Kindle First offer for January I ve given up on it at 30%, thoughit s full of military slang and I just got totally cheesed off having to keep looking up what she was on about Especially as Ziba no longer works for the military There s just no need for it and for me it ruined what is in essence an interesting story Such a shame.She uses the word ass a lot as well when it should be arse seeing as we re based in England Sentences like This book was one of the two choices I made for the Kindle First offer for January I ve given up on it at 30%, thoughit s full of military slang and I just got totally cheesed off having to keep looking up what she was on about Especially as Ziba no longer works for the military There s just no need for it and for me it ruined wha...

  7. says:

    I found a lot of issues with this book First, it always bothers me when strong female characters aren t written as people In other words, a common trope is to have the female character solo NEWSFLASH women aren t any less powerful when they ask for or accept help Many pages were fluff it seemedlike the author was tryin...

  8. says:

    This was my selection from the monthly Kindle books available to Prime members ofI usually don t make it through any of the books I choose, so this was a step forward The young woman profiler Ziba had appeal, so I stuck with the story as it went from a ...

  9. says:

    I wanted to like this book.But, I must have been hitting the hippie lettuce to have finished this supposed thriller I suppose that just makes me shit stain to not encourage this up and coming young author But it s the use for such off the wall phrases that I find most off putting Sweet mother of dog shit , I find that annoying.But finish it book, I did I did like the set up and Ziba did start out with promise, but the whole thing started to fall apart when, just when we wanted to like t I wanted to like this book.But, I must have been hitting the hippie lettuce to have finished this supposed thriller I suppose that just makes me shit stain to not encourage this up and coming young author But it s the use for such off the wall phrases that I find most off putting Sweet mother of dog shit , I find that annoying.But finish it book, I did I did like the set up and Ziba did start out...

  10. says:

    It has been a while since a book has intrigued me as much as this one had I am fairly good at being able to call who the murderer is but this one had me guessing, then second guessing only to revert to my original suspect And still I was incorrect However, it wasn t because the murderer was random or completely unforeseen but b...

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