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Trail of Blood

Narrated by: Matthew E. Berry
Length: 5 hrs and 34 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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Occult investigator Sam Logan receives a cryptic call about a man’s missing son that leads him and his partner, Carter Mason - a disabled veteran - into a small town infested with vampires. With each hour they spend in town after dark they discover just how deep the infestation runs and just how unlikely father and son will be reunited.

Trail of Blood is an exciting, blood-soaked, pause-resister for fans of The Lost Boys and Hellblazer.

©2018 Keith Latch, Steve Wands (P)2019 Keith Latch, Steve Wands

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  • timj26
  • ontario canada
  • 06-19-19

Good story

Lost boys meets Salems lot
A father hires vampire hunters to save his recently turned son
Well narrated with sequel potential fans of traditional vampires will enjoy this
I received a free review audiobook and voluntarily left this review

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Great read or listen

I must admit when I first started this book I was a little put off by narrator it seemed a little cheesy. But after a little bit I got used to his style of reading and even liked it. It reminded me of a B rated horror flick which I might add is not a bad thing as I watch them all the time. Not everything including horror has to be so serious all the time. As for the plot itself it kept me intrigued wanting to hear how it all ended and I’m looking forward to seeing where it all goes in the next book if there is one I would be very interested in following where these guys are headed next in their fight to take back the towns even country from the undead. I received this title in exchange for unbiased review which I have given and had I not been given it for free I would still like to read it and will be recommending to friends as well.

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BREATHTAKING and HAUNTING!

First, I have to start off by stating that I got this book free of charge in exchange for a review, but as I always state, this does not in any way impact my review. My reviews are always honest and my own.

I found this to be extremely fresh and new in the line of supernatural. It is a must read and I highly recommend.

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I need more📚

*Book given in exchange for an honest review*
What would you do if your son got turned until a vampire? Hire the best detectives their is, Sam Logan. Sam prided himself in bringing to justice everything that goes bump in the night. But when the cases quit coming in Sam agency, Fringe Investigations, is close to being shut down due to no revenue. However one faithful night the phone rings...

I really fell in love with this book. It was a good twist on the vampire genre and I was all here for it. It not only put a new spin on the genre but on the stigma of vampires as well which I enjoyed. This book keeps you on your toes with a mix of romance, action, and intrigue. I only really have one complaint about this book was that I wanted so much more of the story. I wish it was longer but I really hope the authors decide to make more books in this series. I need more adventures of Sam the vampire investigator and his lovable crew! I also enjoyed the narration in this book. It was easy to discern between the characters and the narrator gave each of the characters their own personality which I really enjoyed!

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Fun Read

This audiobook is very fun to listen to and the length of the book is perfect. It is very different from your normal vampire series , very refreshing to say the least because I usually don't like vampire movies or books. This one kept me interested the whole time though. The narration is very good also.

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

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For readers who enjoy vampires & their killers.

“Trail of Blood”
Author: Steve Wands & Keith Latch
Publisher: Kindle Edition/Self-Published (March 13, 2018)

Narrator: Matthew E. Berry
Audible.com Release: 04.05.2019
Length: 5 hours & 34 minutes (Unabridged)

A different perspective and story regarding a vampire hunter, Sam Logan, and his side-kick, Carter Mason, a disabled veteran. Sam and Carter operate “Fringe Investigations”, which current mission leads them to a small and idyllic town to find a missing high school student. What they uncover is horrific and macabre.

I rather find this story and writing style quite enjoyable because the story starts out much different than the conclusion reminding me of the importance of empathy and sympathy. your typical vampire story reminding me of movies like “From Dusk ‘Till Dawn” with slight twists that leave you wanting more. In addition, the authors successfully create characters that seem human, with human desires and needs, and less vampiric.

Berry is an excellent choice to narrate this supernatural tale highlighting the different characters and adding a human quality to the vampires, as well as, adding flair and panache, sans overly dramatizing the roles saving Wands and Latch’s work from being less high-school dramatics and more the action thriller befitting vampires and their killers.

I strongly recommend this wonderfully written and narrated tale for all vampire fans and hoping more in this series.

Note: I was provided a free audiobook copy at my request and voluntarily left this review.

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A decent read

Trail of Blood.. This is not my usual reading genre! but I read the preamble and thought lets give it a go.
And while I'm not raving about it - it turned out to be a pretty decent audio book, So I'll go 4* overall, because it was easy to listen too and easy to finish.
Narrator is clear and good and builds the tension.
If your into Vampire hunter books this is one you'll love.
I was given a free copy of this audio book at my own request, and voluntarily leave this review.

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  • Fee
  • Scotland
  • 06-05-19

Trail of Blood

Audiobook review

This was a different take on the supernatural world reminded me sort of The Dresden File series. We have Sam Logan a Vampire hunter and owner of Fringe Investigations detective agency. Sam receives a phone call about a man’s missing son and upon arriving in the town to search for the boy he soon discovers it is infested with undead! Vampires are known the the general population in this book but they still have that air of fairy tale about them, and this story takes Sam on a fast paced night to retire the boy and take him to a facility that can "reverse" the vampirism.
Be warned this is filled with F-bombs! Doesn't bother me, but after devouring cozy mysteries it was a bit of a shock.

Is there going to be more? The ending seemed to leave that as a possibility

The narration:
Matthew Berry was a good fit for this book, he made the story flow, but can I take a moment to mention his British accent! What the heck was that!? It was more a South African/Australian crossover than British - kudos for trying but he butchered it. Thankfully it was a character towards the end and not the main one! The audio was crisp and clear with no background noise or static.

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Good listen

This was a fun listen with a mix of supernaturals and ordinary people. I finished it in two days but it can easily be read in a day. It was a short story, yes, but it had plenty of story line to follow and scenes that really kept me engaged and wondering what would happen next. The narrator was easy on the ears and did a good job voicing all of the characters. Overall a good story that I'd definitely recommend, especially if you're in to vampires and werewolves. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Taylor
  • 06-17-19

Basic action horror story done well

Overall I really enjoyed this book. It was a fairly easy listen and I finished fairly quickly.

This book is set in the present time so I would class it as a urban fantasty with horror aspects. It takes a fairly modern view on the supernatural aspects (most people don't believe in Vampires). I thought the dual naration with one following mostly the group of monster hunters and the other following the newly turned teenager vampires was gave nice counterpoints and different points of interests.

The narrator (Matthew Berry) was very good and was very easy to listen to.

[Note - I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.]