Blood Ties

Nicholas Guild

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Blood Ties

Blood Ties Homicide detective Ellen Ridley of the SFPD is tracking a serial killer terrorizing young women in the San Francisco Bay Area Ridley is sure she s cornered her most likely suspect Stephen Tregear a h

  • Title: Blood Ties
  • Author: Nicholas Guild
  • ISBN: 9780765378453
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Homicide detective Ellen Ridley of the SFPD is tracking a serial killer terrorizing young women in the San Francisco Bay Area Ridley is sure she s cornered her most likely suspect Stephen Tregear, a hacker and code breaker who works for U.S Naval Intelligence But Tregear is not the killer he s the killer s son.Ridley and Tregear team up to look for Tregear s father,Homicide detective Ellen Ridley of the SFPD is tracking a serial killer terrorizing young women in the San Francisco Bay Area Ridley is sure she s cornered her most likely suspect Stephen Tregear, a hacker and code breaker who works for U.S Naval Intelligence But Tregear is not the killer he s the killer s son.Ridley and Tregear team up to look for Tregear s father, Walter, in an elaborate game of murderous cat and mouse As the body count rises, Ridley must race against the clock to stop Walter before he kills any women and Tregear must finally confront the father who has been trying to kill him for twenty years Blood Ties is an elegant and frightening thriller from Nicholas Guild.

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    1. Angie Elle on said:

      Thank you to TOR/FORGE for providing a print copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.4.5 starsBlood Ties was an impeccably written suspense tale that managed to keep the reader engrossed while giving us the identity of the slayer up front. When the dead bodies of young women start turning up in the San Francisco Bay Area, Detective Ellen Ridley and Inspector Sergeant Sam Tyler are on the case.This story was told from several points of view, including the killer and his son. While I’ [...]

    2. C J on said:

      His father is a serial killer they’re both stalking each other but for drastically different reasons great read and a well written serial killer thriller! This one makes it into my library.

    3. Mason on said:

      Author Nicholas Guild explores a different aspect of a serial killer in his latest psychological thriller, BLOOD TIES.Guild explores the mind of the serial killer, but also his relationship with his son and the effects his madness has had on his son.Young women are being brutally murdered in the San Francisco Bay Area. A lucky breaks leads homicide detective Ellen Ridley of the SFPD to believe she’s found a link to the killer. But as more evidence comes into play, Ridley discovers she has the [...]

    4. Jessica Bronder on said:

      Ellen is on the case of a serial killers that inflicts pain on his victims then dumps their bodies. With the help of her partner Sam, they both learn as this killer keeps them on their feet with no evidence left behind. Ellen then things she has found the killer but when she confronts Stephen she learns that it is really his father, Walter.Stephen goes on to tell her about his poor family life. But when he finds a body in his father’s car he finds some of his mother’s belongings and goes on [...]

    5. Chris on said:

      (For some reason I've been reluctant to give fives lately. This was very, very good.but not quite a five, and I'm not even sure why.)How do mystery writers keep coming up with so many really different scenarios? Because there's so much going on in the real world that boggles the mind? Hmmmm. This story has a really interesting premise, and it follows it through to the end, nailing it. It started out a little slowly, but it didn't take long for me to be thinking up any excuse I could to get into [...]

    6. Chaitra on said:

      Blood Ties started out fun and interesting; a serial killer book with a familial twist. I didn't think it sustained the interest through to the end. I found Stephen a little too precious, and the climax a bit Hollywood. The premise was good, however.

    7. Shelly on said:

      just finished this book this morning and it was a pretty quick read for me. Once I got started I didn't want to put it down. I am not sure where to start my review. There isn't really much in the way of spoilers as it's pretty cut and dry on who the killer is, etc Most of it is just a psychological maze of piecing together the reasons why.Ellen is great as the female detective on the case and equally likable is her partner Sam. Sam is the veteran cop who is more or less teaching her how to be a [...]

    8. Bill Mackela on said:

      This book grabbed me from the first page. It was exciting and horrifying, and I couldn’t put it down. The murders were shocking. They drew you into the story. You wanted Ellen Ridley to do whatever she needed to do to get this psychopath off the street. She had suspicions and maybe went a little out-of-bounds trying to get evidence against her prime suspect, but you didn’t care.The first half of Blood Ties was bordering on a horror, mystery, thriller. It was so intense that I had to stop rea [...]

    9. Gloria Feit on said:

      A manhunt for a monster, a police procedural and a love story all wrapped up in a thriller sums up what this novel is all about. Its characters are fascinating, beginning with a serial killer who probably has murdered hundreds of women by torturing them to death in his decades-long career. More important is his rationale for doing so: putting them out of their misery (just life on this old planet, a living hell in his view). The murders were committed all over the country, but the most recent to [...]

    10. ElaineY on said:

      REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK; OCTOBER 18, 2015Narrator: Graham RowatI enjoyed this more than I thought I would even though it isn't what I'd call a pure police procedural like Lucas Davenport, Harry Bosch et all. Blood Ties goes into the back history of Stephen Tregear whom Detective Ellen Ridley suspects of being connected, in some way, with the savage killings of young women in the Bay area.I would normally not want my police procedurals to wander too far away from the investigation or, for the back hi [...]

    11. Star on said:

      BLOOD TIES is an intriguing and captivating novel of a serial killer and his son. SFPD detectives Ellen Ridley and Sam Tyler have caught the case of multiple murders pointing to a serial killer. Ridley comes up with a viable suspect, Stephen Tregear; however, he turns out to know the killer intimately because it is his father, Walter. Now it’s a matter of time before the confrontation between father, son, and the SFPD comes to a head. BLOOD TIES is an amazingly complex and engaging thriller. I [...]

    12. Nancy McFarlane on said:

      A complex, intricately written story, about a serial killer who takes pleasure in the random murder and mutilation of women that will keep you reading late into the night. SFPD homicide detective Ellen Ridley is not a typical cop and that makes the story and her character even more interesting than those found in a typical police procedural. Her gut instinct leads her to a possible suspect who, it turns out, is just as interested in tracking down the killer as she is. I loved the game playing by [...]

    13. Lance on said:

      The premise and first half of this book were really good. I worried that Guild couldn't keep it up. And it turns out that I was right to worry. The more I read the second half the more I felt disappointment. Guild kept rehashing things. He left huge holes in the plot. Even the quality of the writing seemed to drop off. Detective Ridley turned into a cardboard character. Guild did not seem to be the same author who wrote The Assyrian.I almost gave it two stars, but the final 20 pages were painful [...]

    14. Steve Goble on said:

      This is an outstanding blend of police procedural/thriller.Guild's strengths are his characters and his rock solid prose. He has the knack of creating very believable protagonists and supporting characters and then putting them through hell in a way that keeps you turning pages. In some ways, this book reminded me of Ed McBain's work, in that his cops are genuine people with strengths and weaknesses. Guild's characters, though, seem more real to me. Love thrillers? Grab this one.

    15. Hannah on said:

      This probably is more in the 3-3.5 range, but after the tripe I've read the past couple of weeks this was a breath of fresh air. A classic detective story without a lot of mystery of guess-work involved, it still had a fast-paced, engaging plot and a whirlwind romance on the side. On the whole, not a bad book at all. I'm not sad I bought it at all, though if you're looking to save money borrowing it would be just fine since I'm not sure you'd read it again.

    16. Scott Wright on said:

      I would recommend this to anyone that likes the murder mystery genre with a serial killer. Granted that's not really a genre, but this one has that. It is pretty heavy so I wouldn't just hand it to anyone. A good storyline and the reader does a great job. A savant helps out the police with his study he has done on a serial killer that tortures women before killing them.

    17. Brent Hollister on said:

      I really enjoyed this novel and the characters. Hopefully the author will write a sequel or turn this into a series. It wasn't necessarily suspenseful but it was an enjoyable read and I would recommend this novel to a friend.

    18. Pat Empson on said:

      Good until the very last couple of pages which made it feel unfinished. Maybe a sequel is in order. Quite gory in parts.

    19. Jmcrossfl on said:

      My first book by this author. It was an interesting read, and I will be looking for more books by this author.

    20. Dee on said:

      This is a Yes readVery thrilling and enjoyable story. Excitement all the way. I'll look for more from this author! Don't miss out. Read!

    21. Janet Amaro on said:

      (view spoiler)[The surprise twist ending is that there is no surprise twist ending. (hide spoiler)]

    22. Jeannette on said:

      As psychological thriller-mysteries go, this is a good one. As a book its ok. We listened to it on a long drive from the Bay Area back to Arizona and it kept us awake and interested all the way.

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