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  • Title: Blood Symmetry
  • Author: Kate Rhodes
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  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Clare Riordan and her son Mikey are abducted from Clapham Common early one morning Hours later, the boy is found wandering disorientated Soon after, a pack of Clare s blood is left on a doorstep in the heart of the City of London Alice Quentin is brought in to help the traumatised child uncover his memories which might lead them to his mother s captors But she swiftlClare Riordan and her son Mikey are abducted from Clapham Common early one morning Hours later, the boy is found wandering disorientated Soon after, a pack of Clare s blood is left on a doorstep in the heart of the City of London Alice Quentin is brought in to help the traumatised child uncover his memories which might lead them to his mother s captors But she swiftly realises Clare is not the first victim nor will she be the last The killers are driven by a desire for revenge and in the end, it will all come down to blood.
    Blood Symmetry Clare Riordan and her son Mikey are abducted from Clapham Common early one morning Hours later the boy is found wandering disorientated Soon after a pack of Clare s blood is left on a doorstep in th

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    1. I LOVE this series I will make it my mission to get everyone to read it You have been warned Blood Symmetry is the fifth in the fantastic series, featuring Alice Quentin.Alice Quentin is a forensic psychologist and she is asked to help recover memories from a traumatised boy A hospital consultant, Claire has gone missing, kidnapped in broad daylight with her young son The son Mikey escaped but is badly shaken and mute It soon becomes apparent this is all about blood and the consequences of past [...]

    2. Over the course of five novels Kate Rhodes has grown into a top flight crime writer I don t read a great deal of contemporary crime, but there is something about the way she writes, the way she portrays her characters, that has me eager to read each new book as soon as it arrives in the world.This book opens with a perfectly executed scene.It is early morning and a woman a doctor and a single mother is jogging on Clapham Common with her young son in tow It s something that she does everyday, but [...]

    3. Meh How many times does the serial killer have to carry out the exact same crime before anyone puts two and two together Dumb amateurs can be forgiven, but I hate stupid cops.

    4. Review by ireadnovels.wordpressWhy I loved reading this book is that the story was so fresh and utterly different with characters and a plot that you really have deep feelings for In her most cutting crime novel yet, Kate explores through fiction the impact of this real life crime, and the lenghts that revenge, suffering and desperation can take you to Twisty, psychological and utterly gripping, this time, murder all comes down to blood Clare Riordan and her son Mikey are kidnapped while out jog [...]

    5. An excellent story, fast paced and full of action The characters were all well drawn and believable Charlotte Stevens narrates well As London is my home town I loved all the dashing around places that I know I will definitely be buying from this author I highly recommend this audio book

    6. Forensic psychologist, Alice Quentin, is called to assist in helping a traumatised young boy tell the story of what happened to his mother It appears that this is a one off kidnapping but soon the story develops into a case of serial abductions and murder around the themes of blood illnesses and a secret government body called the Tainted Blood panel The kidnapped woman was on the government panel Alice bonds well with Mikey, the woman s son, but makes little progress throughout the book in unde [...]

    7. GreatI gave it 5 stars because it deserved it I love Alice and Burns The book is so good I did not want it to end

    8. This is the second novel in the Alice Quentin series that I ve read I liked the first one I read and this one is even better.Alice is a forensic psychologist She is brought in to work with a young traumatized boy He and his mother had been abducted but he managed to escape The police know the boy has information but he is mute Alice is to help him remember and verbalize his experience.His mother is a blood specialist A pint of her blood is found deposited at a blood research location in London S [...]

    9. With an horrific start Kate Rhodes gives the reader a splendid tale of fiction littered with a factual theme.From the first page I loved Alice Quentin and I quickly became emotionally involved with Mikey.The intensity of this fabulous tale builds with it s momentum and my deduction of what happens, like most of Alice and Burns fascinating case of blood, revenge and ultimately murder, was purely guesswork.Kate Rhodes does not make it easy for you.Not so much a twisty novel, Blood Symmetry is a pa [...]

    10. Five books in and I still can t get enough of the Alice Quentin series Each book is brilliantly crafted and all consuming, and Kate Rhodes never lets the reader down, always delivering a layered, fascinating and chilling story Blood Symmetry is no exception I ve mentioned before how much I like Alice, and that still remains She s definitely a woman you d want on your side In this book, I grew to like her even and though she doesn t overshadow the case, her character shines through Clare Riordan [...]

    11. Starting with book 5 seems to have not hurt my understanding although I am sure there is back story character development I am missing This one appealed to me on its medical background, but now I will try some of the earlier books in the series I did get a little confused as to all the numerous suspects by the time they revealed who it was, honestly I couldn t remember who this person was in relation to the victim.

    12. Consistent themes as the earlier books in the series All the characters are there and the relationships between them for a supporting thread within the crime aspects of the story In this particular volume the serial killer plot is a believable concept and well told with twists and turns clues and false leads keeping the reader entertained up to the final pieces fall into place.

    13. Excellent DramaThe story is heartbreaking and includes a cast of very real characters There is enough tension in every page that kept me reading until the end Really interesting and detailed detective work.

    14. Yet another beautifully written book that kept me up at night because of the inability to put it down Kate Rhodes is in my opinion one of the best writers in this genre for quite some time Love the book, looking forward to the next one.

    15. AmazingI knew nothing about this blood scandal, that the story was based on fact I learned a lot The story was fast paced and the mystery full of twists The characters were likeable and interesting.

    16. A bit long winded for me this time Lost track sometimes of the various suspects Still enjoying the main characters though and the London atmosphere.

    17. GrippingFantastic read , Alice quentin, always finding the bad ones , glad her and burns have finally got togetherO

    18. 3.5 star readI received a digital review copy from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for a fair and honest review.Alice Quentin is a forensic psychologist with the Forensic Psychology Unit FPU of the Metropolitan Police Department Her very first day as the second in charge, she s assigned a case involving a mother, Dr Clare Riordan, that has been abducted and her son, Mikey, apparently escaped Alice has to contend with her new responsibilities as the Deputy Director at the FPU, her burgeon [...]

    19. This is the fifth instalment in the Alice Quentin series having not read any of the others I was intrigued and very excited by this new heroine Alice Quentin is a Forensic Psychologist who is called in to help Mikey, a traumatised child who was kidnapped along with his mother Clare Riordan but managed to escape As Clare s captors continually taunt the police with blood packs left in a number of locations across London Alice and her boyfriend DCI Don Burns quickly realise that Clare is not the fi [...]

    20. This is book 5 in the Alice Quentin series and I am so proud to say that again, I have been mentioned in the acknowledgements by the author A lot of you may know I am a huge fan of Kate Rhodes books and I get very excited when a new one is due out As with last year, I was sent a copy of the book by the author just before I went on holiday, so it was my first read and I managed to get nearly half way through just on the plane Clare Riordan and her son Mikey are abducted whilst out jogging on Clap [...]

    21. 4.5 StarsA Very intense book I really like medical mysteries and medical dramas so this one fit perfectly with my tastes There was a lot going on and a lot of characters, but it didn t feel overloaded It kept it interesting and there was a lot of emphasis on the main characters so you didn t feel lost.Great character development I liked Alice I understood her, I got her Her character was believable to me I thought that the fact that she is holding back on a relationship is whats right for her an [...]

    22. Although this is the fifth in the series, it is very easily read as a standalone novel Most references to things in the past are fairly well explained, and I never felt lost or confused at all.This story is based on fact, using real life experiences of people who received tainted blood transfusions in the 1970s and 1980s I personally had a friend who died for that very reason I can almost understand someone wanting to take matters into their own hands and exact revenge justice on those they held [...]

    23. lare Riordan and her son Mikey are abducted from Clapham Common early one morning Hours later, the boy is found wandering disorientated Soon after, a pack of Clare s blood is left on a doorstep in the heart of the City of London.Alice Quentin is brought in to help the traumatised child uncover his memories which might lead them to his mother s captors But she swiftly realises Clare is not the first victim nor will she be the last.The killers are driven by a desire for revenge and in the end, it [...]

    24. Kate Rhodes Alice Quentin series gets better and better And reading Blood Symmetry felt like coming back to an old friend, comforting and familiar, as I ve read most of this series the only one I haven t read is the very first book, simply because I discovered this series at a later date.Blood Symmetry is intriguing and fascinating It s based on fact the author s own family experiences and this certainly shows in the compassionate writing, as well as the well researched background to the plot As [...]

    25. 3.5 stars A reasonably good book Alice s claustrophobia is not much in evidence but her inability to commit to a relationship is An author faces a dilemma in writing a mystery to0 few potential suspects and the astute among us can guess the perpetrator or too many and risk confusion For me it was confusion here This book is based on a real situation although the plot is entirely ficticious.

    26. Rhodes best yet Kate Rhodes Alice Quentin series is one of my favorites With attention to detail through her thorough research, readers will learn about the topic, tainted blood products and London in general Atmospheric, tautly written, and shows growth in the characters A compelling read, highly recommended.

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