Sunday, January 18, 2015

ARC Review: Blown Red

I've finished "Blown Red" by Susan Philpott.

With a deft touch and piercing insight, Susan Philpott delivers a thriller guaranteed to get your pulse pounding.

Like a runaway train, Signy Shepherd has been blowing through danger signals all her life.

Recruited to the Line, a shadowy underground railroad dedicated to helping women in peril, Signy has no idea that her first solo case will set her on a collision course with a renowned photographer concealing a murderous past; a relentless tracker with an explosive secret; and her own violent demons.

Set during the height of a brutal heat wave, the pressure mounts as Signy and her young passenger race across the country toward a sanctuary that proves to be a deadly illusion.

My Review:

The villains are extremely vile, disgusting, disturbed and psychotic in their mannerism and actions (some people might be turned off).

I was really pleased that Signy Sherpard was able to take care of herself and didn't let those psychotic villains cower her.


Thanks Simon and Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC to review, greatly appreciated!

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