Talking to a ghost
isn't really what I want
in an action tale.
Blood Trust is the third in Lustbader's series centered on protagonist Jack McClure, ATF/Homeland Security agent. Unfortunately, the book did nothing to make me read the fourth.
You're dropped into a multi-story arc that requires so much backstory, they're still giving backstory in the last chapter.
The novel's broad reach includes terrorism, white slavery, political intrigue, and the supernatural. Too much for me to handle.
The characters - and there are a lot of them - have names that I couldn't keep straight. Halfway through I'm still wondering "who does he work for again?"
There are minor editing errors like repeating a phrase too frequently within a short span (e.g. "blew the top of his head off).
Was hoping for more.
"Nothing can be said about writing except when it is bad. When it is good, one can only read and be grateful."