My Review of “Blood in the Water,” a New Thriller Set in Boston

Jack Flynn does a fine job developing complex characters while keeping the tension high in Blood in the Water, his fast-paced yarn of intrigue, violence and personal betrayals.

His prose, for the most part, is tight and precise. And his setting — the waterfront docks and the mostly abandoned harbor islands that are unfamiliar even to most Bostonians — is vividly portrayed.

So is the weather, the action unfolding during a bitter winter that has clogged the shipping lines with ice floes.

To read the full text of my review for The Associated Press, please click here.




About Bruce DeSilva

Crime Novelist
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