Blood & Roses : Beatrix Rose

  • by Mark Dawson
  • Narrated by Mark Deakins
  • Series: Beatrix Rose
  • 5 hrs and 26 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

"Before you embark on a journey of revenge, dig two graves..."
Beatrix Rose has worked her way through her Kill List. Four are dead and just two remain. But now her enemies know she has them in her sights. The hunter becomes the hunted.
In a thrilling conclusion to the breakneck trilogy, Beatrix and her daughter must fight them in North Africa, New York and finally in the swamps of North Carolina. It's a lightning-paced roller-coaster of action that pits a deadly assassin against the might of the most powerful private army on the planet.
It's long odds for Beatrix. And that's just how she likes it.


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Customer Reviews

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Beatrix Rose novels are wonderful

In Cold Blood, Blood Moon Rising, and Blood and Roses are best viewed as one novel. I love these books! Beatrix Rose is seeking to find and kill the people responsible for forcing her into exile and kidnapping her daughter. Rose, a former British espionage agent, has a terminal disease and her time is limited. Guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat!

There is a second Beatrix Rose series about her time in exile in Hong Kong prior to this series (actually written after this series). It is available for Amazon Kindle, but is not available in audiobook format.

Mark Dawson is an excellent author.

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- Wayne

Great Rose Finale?

Would you consider the audio edition of Blood & Roses to be better than the print version?

Couldn't have the audio edition without the print version to perform, and I tried to read and listen together. With this method, I must admit that I often got so engrossed in the audio that I sometimes forgot to read when there was an action scene being vividly performed with different voices.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

I kept waiting for Bella to be a mini-mom, but she didn't come close until after a string of amateur mistakes.

Which character – as performed by Mark Deakins – was your favorite?

His performance of King impressed me because I've met guys like King and Deakins' voice was right on the mark.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Bella vomits in the staircase, the moment was not emotional, but it moved me to think, "That's what really happens".

Any additional comments?

Mark Deakins' performance was awesome and he couldn't have done it without Mark Dawson's awesome novels to perform. For me, the entire Beatrix Rose series was five stars. I hope it's not just my gut feeling that Bella might blossom into the same kind of Rose her mom was.

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- Bill Norris

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-24-2014
  • Publisher: Unputdownable