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Blood Son: A Missing Child Inspirational Romantic Suspense Thriller

4.22 of 5 stars 4.22  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  2 reviews
If you're a reader of Christian fiction and looking for something different, bestselling author M.C. Walker brings you edge-of-your-seat suspense in an inspirational thriller unlike any you've seen before...


Tragic real-life stories of mistaken identity have filled the news in recent years, a premise that fuels this chilling tale of an everyday woman forced to fight back ag
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Published January 12th 2011 by Smashwords Edition (first published September 12th 2010)
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Gerald
A terrific, exciting romantic thriller

The Mexico Tourist Board has been advertising recently with the slogan, "Mexico, it's not what you thought." Well, the Mexico in M.C. Walker's Blood Son is what I thought. I loved the book, though I don't think it will please the Tourist Board.

Still, in the end, Walker shows that Mexico is as well-rounded as her characters, who come alive on these pages. They may not be perfect people, but they're real people.

The story is well-rounded, too, though that gives
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Reverend Stanleigh Chapin
Enjoyable

A different story with good character development, intrigue, intensity and fast moving. Doubt that the drug cartels would be that constrained though
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