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Spilled Blood

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Contributor(s) Brian Freeman
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About the Book: Spilled BloodOn a March night outside the river town of Barron,Minnesota,three teenage girls gather in a ghost town to play aterrifyinggame of Russian roulette. By morning, one girl will bedead, andanother in jail. Olivia Hawk claims she didnt pull thetrigger onAshlynn Steele, but no one believes her. Olivias besthope is herestranged father, an attorney from the city, who shebarely knowsany more. And if hes going to prove Olivias innocence,hes going tohave to learn everything about her public- and private-life,however much she might like to keep hidden. About the Author: Brian FreemanBrian Freeman is an internationally bestselling authorofpsychological suspense novels. His books have been sold in46countries and 20 languages. His fifth novel The Burying Place wasafinalist for Best Novel of the Year in the InternationalThrillerWriter Awards. Spilled Blood is his first novel forQuercus.SPECIFICATIONS OF SPILLED BLOOD (PAPERBACK) Title:Spilled Blood Author:Brian Freeman ISBN-10:0857383205 ISBN-13:9780857383204 Language:English Binding:Paperback Publisher:Quercus Publishing Publishing Year:2012-11-22 Number of Pages:400
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Language English
Publication Date November 8, 2012
Publisher Quercus
Contributor(s) Brian Freeman
Binding Paperback
Page Count 400
ISBN 10 0857383205
ISBN 13 9780857383204
Dimensions and Weight
Product Dimensions 13.9 cm x 3.6 cm x 19.9 cm
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     "Spilled Blood" : A Tale of Two Towns 22 November, 2013 On
    The story starts with a bang and ends with a bigger bang.
    It was named the Best Hardcover Novel of 2013 by the International Thriller Writers’ organisation and it’s easy to see why.
    The pre-prologue has a letter by mysterious note writer called Aquarius who threatens the CEO of a biotech company “for his sins.”
    Two small towns (where “people would happily choose a local criminal over an honest outsider”) have a vitriolic hatred towards each other.
    The affluent one is the site of a controversial Biochemical corporation.
    The other less prosperous town has a cluster of unexplained cancers: and it seems the cancers are related to the corporation.
    The vandalism escalates with a murder of the CEO’s daughter and this is where the story starts and gets its title from.
    The male protagonist Chris is a likable lawyer (separated from his wife Hanna, an activist who reminded me of our own Anna Hazare) who has to defend his daughter charged with the murder.
    Freeman’s lawyers do not fight in courts but are more of sleuths, seeking answers in an old fashioned way.
    In trying to find out who murdered the girl, he discovers many dark secrets of the towns and its citizens but at a heavy cost not only to him but the towns also.
    As expected, the corporation hides some very shady secrets which it will do anything to protect.
    It’s a small consolation to us in India that ours is not the only country that can get a court ruling in a favor through not-so-fair means.
    Like many of Freeman’s stories, he has good people becoming bad and bad people being worse because of circumstances, mostly of their own making.
    Freeman’s characters work because you can relate to them.
    The county attorney is Christian and not cynical with so much evil around him: he still believes that human beings are basically good.
    As a practicing (but not a fanatic) Hindu, I agree to his viewpoint.
    With so many confused teens (who form a major part of the story) in the narration: one can expect unwanted pregnancies, abortions, jealousies, intimate relations, lust, perverts, exploitation, one–sided love, and of course, deaths.
    The end is still not what I would call happy but on retrospective, there was no other way to have concluded it, because Chris’s family does “come together, loses everything but still wins everything.”
    Freeman’s throws enough clues around so you might want to focus on all characters (too many to mention here) however unimportant they may seem.
    Freeman is not averse to knocking off characters after building up sympathy for them: and he follows the same modus operandi here.
    Brian Freeman is the only author I know who replies personally to every single e-mail or even an Inbox on his Facebook page.
    I have written to him two or three times, and he always replies within 12-24 hours.
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