BLOOD ALWAYS TELLS is One of the 20 Best Books of April!
My day — quite possibly my month — has been made by iBooks, which has named BLOOD ALWAYS TELLS as one of the 20 Best Books of April. iBooks also has a free eleven-chapter download of the book. Start reading it now, before it’s published on Tuesday!
The latest reviews have been incredible. Here are a few of my favorites:
“Blood Always Tells is a story about power and powerlessness, about selfishness and selflessness, about desperate people doing desperate things. Underneath it all, though, it’s also a meditation on fate and free will, on nature and nurture, and on whether it’s possible to overcome genetics and circumstance.” — Katrina Niidas Holm, Criminal Element
“As the stakes of the novel change, Davidson shifts the point of view, pairing the reader with the character who has the most to learn, the most to gain, or the most to lose… With its many curves and revelations, Blood Always Tells manages to surprise as well as thrill. Even the most minor-seeming detail pays off. In the dedication, Davidson writes, “If you’re going to sin, sin big.” The sin for the reader would be missing out on this well-crafted mystery.” — Quill & Quire
“This is her best mystery yet.” — The Globe & Mail
“Desmond shines through as a bright light what could have potentially been a dark and chilling storyline… Characters like this are a characteristic of Davidson’s writing; in each she takes you on a wild journey, introducing you to the worst members of society with that one character that serves as a ray of hope amidst all the chaos and depravity.” — Jenn’s Bookshelves