Friday, 14 November 2014

KL Peterson - Prisoner of Blood

**Review by Susan

When a series of vampire killings shakes his hometown, recently turned vampire and antiques dealer Jack Martin works side by side with his brother, a police detective, to catch a ruthless kidnapper and killer. Jack must protect those closest to him while he uncovers more about the killer, about himself, and the secret world in which he finds himself engulfed.

So this is K.L Petersons first book and what a book it is! It's very well written and witty too. Found myself chuckling a lot through it from the word go. The stereotypical vampire is not necessarily what you get here. We see the main character Jack Martin (an antiques dealer and newly turned vampire) and also meet his brother (who works for the police) and helps him work a case which involves a rather nasty vampire who also had murdered someone close to Jack. When a celebrity goes missing Jack pulls a strong team together of various abilities to tackle the problem but at what cost to his friends?  

It was a fantastic book for setting the scene and getting inside Jack's head. I loved how he felt when it came to feeding and how much more of a physical need it was for him in terms of being with someone not just cheaply but with someone he felt for. Has he found a love in this book? I do hope so! It really was a good book although it took me a while to get my head around the range of characters (I can be hopeless with names!) but I'm already looking forward to the next book.  

Please read! I'm sure you will enjoy. 

You can keep in touch with KL Peterson and news about her books on Facebook.

Get your copy of Prisoner of Blood here (UK) or here (US).

I received a copy of this book to review, but all thoughts & opinions are honest & my own.

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