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Sour Blood

A Psychological Suspense Thriller With a Savage Twist
Narrated by: James Meunier
Length: 6 hrs and 48 mins

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London 2017 - Nick Day harbors a secret and will stop at nothing to guard it. In the lucrative world of finance, Nick finds himself subject to blackmail and desperate to escape his dilemma. Solutions appear scarce, but on reaching his lowest point, he embarks upon a bumpy road of money laundering and murder, and what Nick believes his greatest form of revenge. The cash is stacking up, the body count mounting, but can Nick live with his biggest mistake?

©2019 Elizabeth Hamilton-Smyth (P)2020 Elizabeth Hamilton-Smyth

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  • Lata
  • 2020-10-10

Impressive

I am a fan of science fiction and I tend to listen to science fiction audio books mostly, and I was looking for a change so decided to pick this audio book from suspense thriller, and must this book impressed me a lot, the story is thrilling and Nick the protagonist is a character that I would be glad to see on a movie screen, for any suspense thriller the writing skills of the author plays an important role, because even if the story is full of suspense but if the author cannot contain the suspense for the right moment then the story does not impress, but I must say that Elizabeth Hamilton-Smyth was able to write in a way that she was able to contain and release the suspense at the right moment, which made the story suspenseful and made this audio book an impressive listen.

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  • Mike
  • 2020-10-09

Nice one

Kept me enthralled pretty much from the beginning. storyline was good with some good twists along the way, one of my favorite audio book already, the story is gripping and I couldn’t stop listening the narration was also done nicely,

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  • Rollins
  • 2020-10-09

Brilliant story

Brilliant story - keeps listeners guessing all the way through. I will look out for more from this author. Narration James Meunier was able to narrate the book nicely, the character of Nick is interesting and listeners can feel for Nick.

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  • Sam
  • 2020-10-05

Impressed with the writing style of the author

This was my first book from Elizabeth Hamilton-Smyth so I was not aware with her style of writing, but as I continued listening to this audio book, I started to like the way she twist and turn the story, liked the way she wrote the character of Nick and at some places listeners can easily feel for Nick, the book is full of surprising twists and the ending also does not fail to impress. For any thriller the narration also plays an important role, James Meunier was able to narrate the audiobook nicely.

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  • Shawna
  • 2020-10-13

Dark Thriller

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. I love the way the author writes. She is not predictable at all. There were lots of twists and turns before you got to the end. It was actually quite beautifully written. The sexual aspect of this book was very PG-13 which is what I prefer in thrillers. I was very impressed with this book and the narrator got the characters spot-on. Well done!

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  • D M Reynolds
  • 2020-10-12

So dark

A main character you love to hate, action, emotions, a morale, a love story, more than a few crimes snd quite a bit of blood. This comedy of errors has so many elements that fit together well... something for everyone but the very squimish. Moderate violence (nothing too explicit), sex is implied but not ‘shown’ making it quite tasteful to a pg-13 level. Some bad language but not a lot. Themes of suicide, mental illness, child abandonment and death of a parent. The narrator varied tone and pace in line with the mood of the scene, heightening drama very effectively. I received this audiobook for free in exchange for a review

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  • Keith
  • 2020-10-10

Nick Day and an old friend

This is a story of Nick Day and how to manages to overcome new challenges posed in his life from his old friend, the story is full of suspense and as the story moves along it gets even more suspenseful, even though this is a long audio book but I got so much hooked into this audio book that I finished this in a day and also I wanted to know the ending of the story fast so finished it a day, and also the narration is nice so it was easy audio book to listen to.

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  • Jason Blitz
  • 2020-10-10

Nice narration

For any audio book narration plays an important role and for fiction it plays an even important role, the narrator James Meunier was able to adjust his voice according the need of the situation which made the book interesting to listen, the story is intriguing and full of suspense and the nice narration makes the audio book even more easier to follow.

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  • Harry Crome
  • 2020-10-07

Beware of your friends

I like stories where the main protagonist, in this case Nick Day, finds himself in a corner facing trouble wherever he goes. Interesting elements in this one, including betrayal, deceit, and money laundering which I found fascinating. A story where the motto of looking out for your friends more than your enemies is quite true.

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  • Jan Hart
  • 2020-10-07

A good British thriller

High quality writing full of intrigue. A gripping book to listen to, with slick writing and a plot that intrigues. The main character Nick Day against an old friend who blackmails him. I won't spoil the details of the book but just want to say it’s a highly recommendable book. Lovers of the British thriller scene should particularly enjoy it.