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The reviews are starting to roll in. Here are a selection of some of the fine quotes/recommendations ‘Blood Related’ has been given so far:


“Dark and deeply disturbing”

— Jonathan Nasaw, acclaimed author of The Girls He Adored and Fear Itself.
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Blood Related is a nasty but nuanced take on the serial killer genre. Cook’s bruising tale of twin psychopaths who are as cold as mortuary slabs is not for the weak-kneed.”

— Laird Barron, award-winning author of Occultation and The Imago Sequence.

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“Blood Related is a terrifying psychological thriller. William Cook is an author to watch.”

— Mark Edward Hall, author of The Lost Village and The Holocaust Opera.

 

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“William Cook makes serial killer fiction exciting again!  Expert narrative, bursting with flare, originality, and enough passion and brutality that even a real-life serial killer will love this book . . . and it’s twisted and complex enough to make you question your own sanity after the first intense read.”

— Nicholas Grabowsky, best-selling author of Halloween IV and Everborn.

 

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“A thought-provoking thriller!”

— Guy N Smith, legendary author of Night Of The Crabs and Deadbeat

 

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“Great – Riveting – Amazing – take your pick. I just read William Cook’s Blood Related for the second time. Both readings were followed with one thought, Wow. A horrific crime-filled tale of terror that makes us understand why we lock our doors at night, Blood Related is by far the best read I’ve experienced in years.”

— John Paul Allen, author of Monkey Love and Gifted Trust

 

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Stay tuned, will be profiling each of these great authors in the weeks to come.

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