Blood Ties : The "Bishop" Special Crimes Unit

  • by Kay Hooper
  • Narrated by Joyce Bean
  • Series: The "Bishop" Special Crimes Unit
  • 10 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The elite Special Crimes Unit, the FBI's most controversial and effective team, is a group of mavericks and misfits trained to use their unique psychic abilities to hunt the worst monsters imaginable - human ones. Led by the enigmatic Noah Bishop, the SCU team has earned a reputation for pitting their skills and cunning against killers that other cops fear. But this time Bishop and his agents face an enemy who has them in his sights, a trained sniper with a deadly plan - and more than one ace up his sleeve.
It starts with an unspeakable series of grisly murders across three states, a trail of blood leading, finally, to the small Tennessee town of Serenade. There, two more brutal murders lure the SCU into what may be the ultimate trap.
One of the first investigators on the scene, Special Agent Hollis Templeton is willing to push herself as hard and as far as necessary. Risking more than her life to help and protect her fellow SCU members, Hollis is coping with psychic abilities that are evolving in unprecedented ways, an attraction to the most complex man she's ever known, and a serial murder investigation that has just turned very, very personal.
In her time with the SCU, Hollis has shown an uncanny ability to survive even the most deadly attacks. But what she doesn't count on is that this killer intends to destroy the team from within.
The clock is ticking. The body count is rising. And as Bishop and his agents race to uncover the identity of their true enemy, not even their special senses can warn them just how bloody, and how terrifyingly close, the truth will be.

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Sorry I spent money for this book!

This story was so hard to follow with all of its various characters coming in at different times during the story. The "Reader" was terrible. Her "male" voices were a joke. Any chance at making them romantic was ridiculous. She made them sound like something out of Spanky and our Gang. I'm sorry I spent good money on this book.
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- jackie

Too many characters

This book had too many characters and it was very hard to keep them straight. The story was hard to follow and I was ready for it to be over.
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- Danita Jarreau

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-26-2010
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio