Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Innocent Blood - New release by NY Times bestselling author Linda S Prather









My review for this wonderful book. 

WOW! This is the second book in the Loki Redmond/Jake Savior series and is, IMHO, Linda's best book to date.

I've been gripped by Linda's books for the past 7 years, but this one truly is a quality page-turner not to be missed. You can tell Linda has carried out a lot of research to make this book zing, I particularly loved reading about the Choctaw myths and history. 

Loki returns to the reservation where she and her brothers grew up, to try and solve the crimes of hunters who have gone missing. While Jake Savior heads off in a different direction where a Choctaw police officer is involved in a mass shooting in his community. Could the two cases possibly be connected?

The story is gripping from the very first page to its dramatic climax. Non-stop action in a superb character-driven novel.











Book Description:



Loki Redmond swore she’d never return to the reservation, but two missing hunters and the ancient Choctaw myth of Nalusa Falaya take her and her brother, Dadron, on a dangerous trek through the wilderness.
Meanwhile, her partner Jake Savior, heads to Tunica, Mississippi, to investigate the second mass killing by a Choctaw police officer. 
Are the cases connected?
The only thing they know for sure is innocent blood has been shed, and unless they can find the source more are going to die.





















Author Bio:


Linda S. Prather is the NY Times and USA Today Bestselling author of 8 novels including two legal thrillers, a paranormal FBI series, one romance, and her current series involving Loki Redmond, a Choctaw private investigator and Jake Savior, a former police officer. Linda lives in Lexington, Kentucky with her husband and grandchild, along with the "king" of the house, a Shitzu name Popcorn. Her latest release, Innocent Blood is her second in the Loki Redmond/Jake Savior series. In Linda's own words: "This book is my favorite so far. My grandfather was a full-blooded Native American, and my mother half Native American. Prior to my marriage and children I studied Shamanism and developed a true love for nature. Studying the Choctaw history, customs, myths and religions was fascinating. Taking the facts I learned and weaving them into Loki's story and her investigation into the disappearance of two hunters on the reservation was an emotional roller coaster for me. I found myself crying quite often."

Links: Amazon UK
           Amazon US

Website: linda@lindasprather.com - where you can join Linda's email list and never miss a new release

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Twitter: @jacodypress

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