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Publisher's Summary

It starts off simply enough. (Doesn't it always?) Jack has been on hiatus since the tragic events in Harbingers. With his beloved Gia's encouragement he dips his toe back into the fix-it pool. Christy Pickering's 18-year-old daughter is dating Jerry Bethlehem, a man twice her age. Christy sensed something shady and sinister about him, so she hired a private investigator to look into his past. But the PI isn't returning her calls. Will Jack find out why?
Jack learns there's a very good reason for the unreturned calls: The PI is dead, victim of a bizarre water-torture murder.
As Jack delves into Jerry Bethlehem's past, he finds connections between Bethlehem and the Creighton Institute. The Institute, a government-funded facility, is researching a newly discovered and frightening variation on human DNA. Jack learns that Bethlehem is not the man he pretends to be.
Who - and what - Jerry Bethlehem really is will have a devastating effect on Jack's life and future.
And as the bodies pile up, Jack finds another piece of the puzzle about his own identity and why he's been drafted into a cosmic shadow war.
©2008 F. Paul Wilson (P)2007 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By C. Sykes on 10-17-13

Bad narration

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I bought this book against my better judgement. No.

What other book might you compare Bloodline to and why?

By the Sword. In as much as it has the same narrator, it is torturous to listen to.

What didn’t you like about Dick Hill’s performance?

He has never been a good narrator. Occasionally, a few of his main male characters start out with reasonable voices. However, all of his male characters wind up sounding like Dustin Hoffman in Midnight Cowboy, though often with a voice up one octave. The females always sound like bimbos with high squeaky voices. His volume is all over the place as he overly dramatizes. His angry voice goes from screaming to a swallowed whisper. He is a very bad actor. I don't know what the judges were listening to when they gave him recording awards. I avoid any book that he does. There are many series books I have skipped for just that reason.

Any additional comments?

Bring back Alexander Cendese, or any of the previous narrators, It was all so much more enjoyable before- I liked the characters then.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Timothy on 09-09-13


Is there anything you would change about this book?

I would find Jack and see if he could fix this by having Dick Hill removed and Christopher Price read in his place. Hill has no sense of the character whatsoever.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Bloodline?

When I had to stop listening and just read the book was my most memorable moment.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator detracted from the book by opening his mouth and reading.

Was Bloodline worth the listening time?

Any other Jack book is great excepting the two Dick Hill read.

Any additional comments?

Please allow a reading of Bloodline and By The Sword by Christopher Price.
The Dick Hill reading is a farce.

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