I Need Your Help

I need your help.
Two months ago, I gave away 100 copies of my first novel, Blood Contest, in a GoodReads Giveaway.
If you received one of the free books and have read the novel, I’d like to ask you to post your review of the book.
As an independent writer, I am thankful for the support that my readers have given me by simply choosing to read my book, but I am also aware that reviews are crucial for any writer. Your honest review would not only aid me by contributing to the popularity of my book, but it would also help your fellow readers by giving them an idea as to whether or not they would enjoy reading the book.
If you do not have a copy of Blood Contest but would like to read and review it, I’d be happy to give you a reviewers copy. You can download a version for any electronic device (or multiple devices) here:

Thanks so much for your support.

Michael Connelly isn’t as good as they say…

Michael Connelly

Spoiler Alert: He’s much better.

Book Review: “Blood Work” by Michael Connelly

“Blood Work” starts with a compelling premise. Forced to retire from the Bureau, FBI profiler Terry McCaleb needed a heart transplant to survive. Five weeks after receiving his transplant, McCaleb is recuperating when Graciela Rivers seeks him out to ask a favor. Find the killer of her murdered sister. McCaleb knows that he should not help Graciela, but he finds he can not refuse her. The catch — McCaleb’s new heart was Gabriella’s sister’s. She was the one who saved his life.

At first, the murder seemed to be a random act of a convience store robber until McCaleb uncovers a deeper, more sinister connection between himself and the killer — a connection that makes McCaleb the prime suspect in the murder and threatens his relation with Gabriella.

“Blood Work” is excellently plotted and moves along at a break-neck pace. But, what really does it for me is his rich interaction of the characters in this book. Connelly is understated but so accurate in his depiction of human nature.

This is my favorite book by Michael Connelly, and, for anyone who has not read him, “Blood Work” is an excellent place to start. It’s close to perfect.