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Thin Blood by [Tyley, Vicki]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 650 KB
  • Print Length: 225 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Patmay Press (28 April 2010)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003JTHBL0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #257,484 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A very good novel which keeps the reader interested from page one.Although I guessed from early on the identity of the murderer, there were times when I wondered if I had made the right choice as there are a few red herrings thrown into the plot to keep the reader wondering.After the arrival of Jacinta's step-brother I kept wondering what the true story of what happened between them was and for me there could have been more said to explain what really happened, instead of what seemed to me a weak and not very adequate account.However that did not take anything away from the real story and I would certainly recommend this and also the other two books written by Vicki Tyley,that I read prior to this one.
SLEIGHT MALICE - Desley James searches for her good friend Laura who disappears after her house is burnt down and an
unknown male body is found among the ruins.
BRITTLE SHADOWS - Jemma Dalton doesn't believe that her sister Tanya committed suicide six months after discovering
the body of her fiance, and sets off to find the truth.
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An excellent novel that launches you into suspense from the beginning and keeps going. A real page-turning read that you can't put down. Plot twists galore! A fantastic debut novel.
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Suspenseful from from start to finish, Thin Blood kept me up late reading. Main character Jacinta opens an old missing person case to write a news story. She means well. But soon she deeply regrets her actions. Now she's hurt people she cares about and she's come to realize she doesn't have the aggressiveness needed to be a top investigative reporter. Worse, when bodies turn up, it seems there's a serial killer involved and now Jacinta and her new friend are in danger because of her meddling. She tries to back away from the case, but she's in too deep. Besides, her long-lost stepbrother Daniel has popped back into her life. He's a police investigator in the case and would like for her to keep him in the picture, since she's friends with two of the suspects.

The tangled leads and the clues slowly unravel and Jacinta has to risk her life to save someone. Though I'd guessed the identity of the killer before the end, that didn't take away from the story. I had only 1 minor quibble with this book: Jacinta and her stepbrother had two very different versions of an event that had happened when they were both teens. The versions were so different that I felt there needed to be an explanation and there wasn't. I came away thinking someone had lied and if it was Daniel, then why did Jacinta like him and trust him so much?

Overall, though, a well-written book with interesting characters and a fast paced plot.
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Amazed at all the five star reviews. The main character a strong "get up and go girl" who actually spends most of the time asking herself if she has done the right thing meanwhile asking everyone else "please let me explain". I really struggled with this book, it was all about the emotional interaction between characters, with in truth a really poor plot that was very very predictable.
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Vicki Tyley writes like barbed wire and broken glass covered in honey. The pacing is so tight, it resonates like a violin string, yet it's the human drama that makes her work so compelling. I have read a lot of mystery writers but Tyley is rubbing up against a couple of my favorites, Jim Thompson and James M. Cain, but with a modern sensibility.
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As a result of a surreptitious plan to extract information for a story, which may help boost her career as a journalist, Jacinta Deller finds herself entangled in the complicated lives of a couple, Craig and Narelle Edmonds. Craig Edmonds is suspected of having murdered his first wife. Jacinta quickly forms a bond with his second wife, Narelle. Not operating as a journalist anymore, but as a deeply concerned friend, Jacinta is torn between her loyalty to Narelle and her innate instinct to assist her brother, who is investigating the case, gather information.

Thin Blood had me hooked right from the start. I was immediately drawn to both Jacinta and Narelle's characters, both very well fleshed and relatable. Vicki Tyley's style is captivating and entertaining. Vicki, thank you for a great read, I look forward to reading your new novel, Sleight Malice.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this murder mystery which is set in Australia. It had plenty of red herrings and an engaging, likeable heroine - an amateur sleuth who is drawn into the case first by self-serving curiosity and then because of her friendship with those involved.

As she tries to make amends for triggering renewed press and police interest in a couple whose lives have been ruined by a murder that the husband has been accused of committing, we see that Jacinta has a gift for investigation and the doggedness required to get to the bottom of the case. Hopefully this won't be Jacinta's last case - I'm hoping that people will continue to drop dead around her and that Vicki Tyley will write the next installment. I'll certainly read it if she does.

This book was a bestseller in the US Kindle store which is where I bought it.
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