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Blood and Justice: A Private Investigator Mystery Series (A Jake & Annie Lincoln Thriller Book 1) [Kindle Edition]

Rayven T. Hill
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Book Description

When sixteen-year-old Jenny James goes missing, and the local police are unable to find her, the girl's frantic mother hires private investigators Jake and Annie Lincoln to search for her daughter.

When the body of Jenny's boyfriend is discovered, the mystery of her disappearance deepens. Shaken out of their comfort zone of Internet searches and poring over public records, the couple soon find themselves facing the frightening possibility they are looking for the latest victim of a serial killer.

As more bodies pile up, the town is gripped with fear. It seems no one is safe, and the Lincolns race to solve an impossible puzzle before they become the killer's next victims.

About This Mystery Series

Book 1: Blood and Justice (A Free eBook)
Book 2: Cold Justice
Book 3: Justice for Hire
Book 4: Captive Justice
Book 5: Justice Overdue
Book 6: Justice Returns
Book 7: Personal Justice (Coming Next)

  • A private investigator series of criminal thrillers on kindle, this thriller detective series features Jake and Annie Lincoln.

  • Private Investigator Series eBook Categories:

    - Criminal Thrillers
    - Criminal Thrillers
    - Thriller Detective Series
    - Thriller Book Series
    - Thrillers On Kindle
    - Thrillers Series
    - Thriller Novels
    - Mystery Series
    - Kindle Unlimited Books


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    About the Author

    Rayven T. Hill was born in 1954 in Markham, Ontario. He has had a variety of occupations and careers since then, spending the last fourteen years as a computer programmer and web site designer.

    His first novel, written in 1960, was an instant hit with his mother and one sibling. He then put his career as a novelist aside for half a century to concentrate on making a living, but has now ventured back into the world of writing.

    His first real novel, Blood and Justice, was published as an eBook in June 2013.

    He lives with his wife in Toronto.


    Product details

    • Format: Kindle Edition
    • File Size: 915 KB
    • Print Length: 304 pages
    • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
    • Publisher: Kindle Unlimited eBooks (11 Aug. 2014)
    • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
    • Language: English
    • ASIN: B00DL5T200
    • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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    • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (878 customer reviews)
    • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #69 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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    Rayven T. Hill was born in 1954 in Markham, Ontario. He has had a variety of occupations and careers since then, spending the last fourteen years as a computer programmer and web site designer.

    His first novel, written in 1960, was an instant hit with his mother and one sibling. He then put his career as a novelist aside for half a century to concentrate on making a living, but has now ventured back into the world of writing.

    His first real novel, Blood and Justice, was published as an eBook in June 2013.

    He lives with his wife in Toronto.

    Visit rayventhill.com for more information. Join his mailing list for updates and information on new releases.

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    21 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars blood and justice 25 Jun. 2014
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    I must admit I was not expecting much from this story, but I was wrong ;) once I started to read the book I was hooked. I could not put the book down, excellent story line, characters all had their own stories but they all blended together wonderfully,without taking you from the story line, which some stories do and you forget the original story you were reading. This is one of the best books I have read in quite some time, looking forward to reading the next one now.
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    61 of 64 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars A diverting read 13 Feb. 2014
    By Aurora TOP 500 REVIEWER
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    It makes a pleasant change that this book is set in Canada rather than the U.S. but once we have been told that there is little which differentiates it from the U.S. or the U.K. Killers are killers wherever they are located. I was however surprised that the Police Department wouldn't make a missing teenaged girl something of a priority, and indeed would stop investigating when they haven't found anything in the first few days. Thank goodness for Lincoln Investigations, a husband and wife team of private investigators.

    As the first book in a series, there is scope for the background and personalities of the main characters to be more fully explored in succeeding books. That Annie is resourceful and brave is evident, Jake is less well described but we do see that he would do anything to protect Annie. There are the beginnings of storylines which one hopes will run through the books like a thread, the antagonism between Jake and his Mother in Law, and her urge to pay for a private education for Jake and Annie's son, which you just know is going to end badly. Hank Corning is a useful contact in the police department for the Lincolns so it is just as well that they are old friends since their high school days. By the end of this book Hank has a cosy romance growing so perhaps we will get to see how that turns out.

    The perpetrator was on a mission, he was convinced that he was the good guy and that it was his job to deal with those whom he considered were thieves. He can't stand thieves. Although I didn't care for the jumping around in the timeline of this story, it is at least clearly marked, and gives us the background detail of the reasons this man thought he needed to kill thieves.
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    43 of 46 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars A refreshingly good read 27 Dec. 2013
    By D Hill
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    As a murder/crime story fan I read the synopsis of this book and decided to give it a try. With so many other books the storyline is pretty limp or predictable but Blood & justice was the complete opposite,
    We were quickly introduced to the victim and the investigators and the author's gift came to the fore here.
    The suspense built up to brilliant conclusion a thoroughly good read.
    The bonus for me (and I am sure many other readers) was the omission of any blasphemy or bad language; other budding authors take note, it does not add in any way to the book. Rayvan T Hill has much to teach the others,
    Will certainly buy future his future books, well done.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars easy reading 11 April 2014
    By WHIT
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    nice to read a book without contious foul language in it ,the story line is ok if not really exciting, a bit predictable,but all in all, not a bad read ,i would certainly read more of this author.
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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars worth reading 23 Feb. 2014
    By Yvonne
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    Thoroughly enjoyable. Characters came to life quickly and a great read. Will look for more Rayven.T Hill. Easy to follow and hard to put down.
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    47 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars blood and justice 19 Sept. 2013
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    Brilliant read go me gripped from the start . Would definitely recommend this book will be looking out for more books by this author
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    45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent read 23 Nov. 2013
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    Story line is good, characters are believable, and the story holds right through the book. Found it all very well written.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars An Interesting Crime Novel 17 April 2014
    Format:Kindle Edition
    I do not often read books of the genre - making my insight rather limited. Blood and Justice is the first book in a series, about private investigators Jake and Annie Lincoln. They attempt to solve a kidnapping and some murders.

    Firstly, this book was interesting and gave a good insight into the mind of a serial killer/psychopath, or at least how the author imagined it to be. All characters were given a distinct personality.

    This book provides an insight into a modern murder mystery, which is refreshing as most crime novels are Christiesque, or at least popular ones.

    I'm interested in getting the next novel in the series, though I am slightly put off by how only the two investigators remain from the last book, but I assume this is common in the crime genre.

    However, the author persistently spells cheque as check, which is annoying, and I feel should have been changed by a proof reader - it seems like spellchecker has ben used to look for errors...

    Furthermore, as we know the identity of the criminal, most of the tension at the end of the story was lost, leaving us wth an ending that felt unsatisfactory. Also, the resolution of the crime felt too short, I would have liked a few more chapters... The epilogues weren't enough.

    All in all, a very good read and I would recommend this book, but it is spoilt by the ending parts. But, that technique was interesting, and allowed for a better insight into those characters, and a realer story. The author must find their own way to remedy this. I wish you luck in future books, and go off to buy the next one!
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