Read Love Like Blood (Tom Thorne, #14) Online Free - Internationally bestselling author Mark Billingham’s riveting new novel Love Like Blood marks the return of series character Tom Thorne, “the next superstar detective” (Lee Child), as he pairs up with perfectionist detective inspector Nicola Tanner of Die of Shame on an investigation that ventures into politically sensitive territory.
DI Nicola Tanner needs Tom Thorne’s help. Her partner, Susan, has been brutally murdered and Tanner is convinced that it was a case of mistaken identity—that she was the real target. The murderer’s motive might have something to do with Tanner’s recent work on a string of cold-case honor killings she believes to be related. Tanner is now on compassionate leave but insists on pursuing the case off the books and knows Thorne is just the man to jump into the fire with her. He agrees but quickly finds that working in such controversial territory is dangerous in more ways than one. And when a young couple goes missing, they have a chance to investigate a case that is anything but cold.
Racing towards a twist-filled ending, Love Like Blood is another feat of masterful plotting from one of Britain’s top crime novelists.
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May 14, 2017
Book #14 in the Tom Thorne series gives us a proper twisty police procedural that deals with a delicate issue.
DI Nicola Tanner is convinced her partner’s murder was a case of mistaken identity & she was the real target. Tanner has a theory about some recent honour killings in London. It’s a...
April 16, 2017
This is the 14th book in the Tom Thorne series by author Mark Billingham. I have read and enjoyed all the previous books in this series so it was a pleasure to read this one. As always the plot was excellent, the characters continue to develop and the overall story well paced.
I am so familiar wit...
July 17, 2017
There is no greater detective than Tom Thorne. Fact. He is the kind of man you would want on your side, willing to bend the rules and tackle whatever is thrown at him. Mark Billingham in Love Like Blood takes on the issue of honour killings.
Honour killings are the killings of a close relative due...
June 21, 2017
Always a joy to spend some time with Tom Thorne, definitively for me one of the best fictional detectives on the scene currently, with Love Like Blood Mark Billingham tackles a sensitive and I think very important subject with a healthy dose of reality and genuine consideration. That plus giving...
March 06, 2018
It has been far too long since I have read a Tom Thorne novel and so I couldn’t wait to read Love Like Blood when I moved it to the top of my TBR. Returning to this series is like meeting old friends again. Thorne is one of my favourite fictional detectives and I love his friendship with Phil Hen...
May 22, 2017
I am a great fan of Mark Billingham novels. I have read Sleepyhead, Scaredy Cat, Lazybones, Time of Death.
Love Like Blood is painful, frightening and quite disturbing in equal measure. Somewhere in the police files there was a reference to two men. It is believed that two hit men were paid to mu...
July 05, 2017
Another fantastic novel from my favorite crime writer.
Book 14 from the Tom Thorne series and just as fresh and exciting as his first book
July 02, 2017
This was not a favourite for me.
Firstly, I don't much care for the character of DI Nicola Tanner. And the theme of the book was honor killings, and that is one subject I find very hard to read about.
Tom Thorne ploughed a fairly straight furrow, as usual, and Phil Hendricks provided much needed co...
March 25, 2017
It's a great big welcome back to that Merle Haggard, country lovin' detective, Tom Thorne. In one particular chapter there is a great and memorable moment when D I Tom Thorne is driving down the road singing at the top of his voice..."The late great Merle Haggard provided the accompaniment on the...
July 12, 2017
This is the first ebook that I have read and I would like to thank NetGalley for the proof.
As always I cannot fault a Mark Billingham book. His characters are old friends and the places Tom Thorne and his cohorts frequent are as known to me as if I had actually been there
Prior to this book, I had...