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Publisher's Summary

Mark Dawson (author of the best-selling John Milton series) continues the action-packed quest for revenge begun by Beatrix Rose in In Cold Blood.
Ten years ago, Beatrix Rose headed an off-the-books hit squad that did the dirty work of the British Government. When she discovered that the commander of the squad was corrupt, he sent five of his assassins to rub her out.
But they failed. Bad mistake.
There were six names on Beatrix's Death List, and now there are four. She's going to account for the others, one by one, even if it kills her.
Beatrix has returned from Somalia with a fresh target in her sights. Bryan Duffy is in Iraq, surrounded by mercenaries, with no easy way to get to him and no easy way to get out.
Will Duffy prove to be a challenge too far?
Fans of In Cold Blood will know all about the unlimited action, but until you've listened to Blood Moon Rising, you'll only know one third of the story!
©2014 Unputdownable Limited (P)2014 Unputdownable Limited
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5 out of 5 stars
By Lina on 01-14-15

Loved Blood Moon Rising

This is the second Audible book I've listen to ofMark Dawson's. As with the first book I've given it five stars. A fabulous listening story. I listen to audio books on my daily walks and Mark Dawson's books make my walk go past so quickly that I don't even notice that I've walked for over 2 hours. Just wish they were a bit longer. But fantastic all the same. Highly recommended.

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5 out of 5 stars
By little-debbie on 10-18-14

Awesome audio book .

Would you consider the audio edition of Blood Moon Rising to be better than the print version?

Yes the audio version makes you feel like you were right with Beatrix.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Blood Moon Rising?

How she helped the brother and sister get to a safe place/

What does Mark Deakins bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He makes you feel like your right there.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Yes it made me cry when she hugged the brother and sister goodbye before they went to their relatives.

Any additional comments?

This is the first book I have listened to and will now be looking forward to reading the rest of the series. Also this book stands alone so you can read the series out of order.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Derek on 09-25-17

Dig two graves

Another short novel, number 2 in the Beatrix Rose revenge series.
Entertaining throughout, well narrated, although I would perhaps prefer an english accent given that Beatrix is a British agent, having said that the story is compelling and vibrant.
My only criticism is the dialogue between Beatrix and Isabella. Until Isabella was identified as 13 years old I would have placed as being about seven by the manner in which she was presented.
I’m looking forward to the next and final instalment.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Mark on 03-25-17

Another good spinoff from the John Milton stories

Rather odd to have an American narrator for a book whose principal characters are British, but he does a good job.

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