Paul Heatley: Bloodline


He’s AWOL from a black-ops unit and moves often to leave no trace. It’s when his brother Anthony’s pregnant wife is murdered, that Tom Rollins comes home.

The once fuck-up Anthony had gone undercover for the FBI and infiltrated a neo Nazi group. He was outed, leading to his wife’s death, and his own brutal beating. A chance rescue saved him from torture.

The Right Arm Of The Republic is Tom Rollins’ target. They are violent and organized. They just don’t know the mistake they made by messing with the wrong family.

It’s the first work I’ve read by Paul Heatley, and I quite enjoyed Bloodline, though another departure for me. It’s a fast-paced, revenge thriller and hit all the right points. Go for it.

~ June Lorraine Roberts

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1 comment

  1. Hi June! I love the inclusiveness of the present world affairs. There are lots of unanswered questions that makes the story interesting, right away.

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