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Publisher's Summary

Alex Tinsdill never thought a simple DNA test would lead to a $250 million inheritance and Cove Point Manor, a massive estate built during the Gilded Age on the Gold Coast of Long Island, New York.

Alex's inheritance doesn't come without a cost however, as two greedy relatives soon show up, determined to separate Alex from his new found riches. Cove Point Manor has a dark past, and a sinister secret which is about to be revealed!

Bloodlines: Cove Point Manor is a fast-paced book that mixes the supernatural with just the right amount of dark humor.

©2017 William B. Taylor (P)2018 William B. Taylor

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Bloodlines

This is a good story of a man who inherits an estate and the people who try to take it from him.The two oafs in the book remind me of family!lol Bill Nevitt was a good narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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Good Story!

This was my first William B Taylor's book. This story is well written and the storyline is intriguing and captivating and the scenery well describe. The story is fast-paced and filled with mystery. I really enjoyed my listening and can't wait to listen to the next adventure of Alex and Maggie. The narration was well done and easy to listen. I received this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.

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  • TU
  • 04-16-18

A really solid book

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

I really thought this was a pretty good book. The story line was interesting and, although there wasn't a TON of action, there was intrigue and plot. There was some humor sprinkled in, as well, which is always nice. The narration was pretty good too. So, an all around decent book. I would consider it worth a credit.

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Excellent Story!

I received this audio book for free in exchange for my honest review. I absolutely loved this story. It is well written with great narration. It plays out like a movie in your head.

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  • 05-11-18

A Bloody Hard Listen; Writing is amateurish at best


Usually, my 1 star ratings are reserved for books that are sloppily thrown together.
For a fiction horror book geared for an older audience, this listen was a challenge to complete. And for reasons listed below, earned this rating.
The sentences are short, juvenile, and unimaginative. Dialogues are boring beyond dull, stilted and unrealistic. It seemed like a See Spot Run after glue sniffing. The adult aged characters acted (and spoke) more immaturely than middle schoolers. Had this been noted it was for a younger audience, my expectations would not have been high.
This could be a case study for telling, not showing and info dumping.
The only horror here is getting through it.
Narrator was okay. It seems like this is the beginning of a series but I’ll let the ghost lie quietly wherever they are, as I’ve no inclination to follow these characters.
I was gifted this audiobook for a review, but unfortunately, am returning it in search of ... anything better.

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