#bookreview: BLOOD FOR BLOOD by Victoria Selman

Check out this review of the book, Blood for Blood, by Victoria Selman, as featured in this post from Staci Troilo’s blog.

Staci Troilo

Ciao, amici! Time for another book review.

I chose this one because of the “London serial killer” concept, one of my favorite types of books to read. You can find what I thought about it below:


★★★☆☆ Mixed Bag

Blood for Blood came with a list of professional accolades,
and as serial killer psychological thrillers always appeal to me, I couldn’t
pass up the opportunity to read it.

I come away from it not really knowing how I feel about it.

The villain’s motivations are fascinating and compelling.
The heroine is damaged yet dedicated. There are an abundance of clues,
suspects, and red herrings that kept me guessing for quite a while. And the
secondary characters are almost more endearing than the main ones.

But I just couldn’t get into it. And I think it was the
language.

I read a lot of fiction from “across the pond” and I…

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