Convinced that his identical twin is alive and somehow involved in Emily's death, Ben frantically hunts for Aaron while trying to evade the authorities. But someone is desperate to thwart him. While Ben struggles to solve a tragic mystery from his past to clear his name in a crime of the present, he learns that, sometimes, blood lies.
"Dan Kalla writes at about 150 mph. Get ready for a wild ride." (Keith Ablow, New York Times best-selling author of Psychopath)
I enjoyed "Blood Lies". Variety of well developed characters. Reads like a Michael Crichton novel.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
BK, I completely disagree; Anthony Heald is one of my favorite narrators, ever since the first book I listened to that he did ("Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil.")
Besides that, the story is very interesting ... one of those that I kept thinking I had figured out, right up until it turned out I didn't ... over and over again. I thought the plot was interesting, and the characters engaging.
Overall, very enjoyable; I will listen to it again sometime, I'm sure.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I had to stop listening after about an hour. The reader could not do female voices so it sounded like a vaudeville act.
6 of 12 people found this review helpful