Blood Stone by James Easton #BookReview

  London in a heatwave. As Carolina Carrasco tails a woman for a wealthy client, it seems she’s servicing the whims of a lovesick billionaire Until she stops an attack on her subject and is plunged into a savage personal war. Now a target, Carolina races from Oslo to the Dalmatian Coast, battling a lethal crime network as the game of possession and revenge blazes towards its shattering climax and the time left to save herself runs down. I'm delighted to be sharing my review of Blood Stone today, many thanks to James Easton for sending me a digital copy of his book. I've been looking forward to reading Blood Stone, the second book in James Easton's Carolina Carrasco series; when I reviewed the first novel, Snow Rush , I observed that there is endless scope for the main character to demonstrate her considerable skills on the international stage. James Easton proves me right here, moving the action from the snow-covered peaks of the French Alps to the sun-drenched Dalmatian Co

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