In Their Blood
Sharon Potts does such a solid job in the first half of In Their Blood (Oceanview, 978-1-933515-62-5) that the second half, especially the superheated climax, suffers by comparison. Young, spoiled Jeremy Stroeb returns from Europe and reluctantly begins investigating the un-solved murders of his parents, gradually entangling himself in a web of corporate intrigue. SEXY, SOAPY AND FUN early on, but contrivances make the resolution far from compelling.
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