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E she’s eager to settle down Lilydale’s motto “Come Home Forever” couldn’t be invitingAnd yet something is off in the picture perfect villageThe friendliness borders on intrusive Joan can’t shake the feeling that every move she makes is being tracked An archaic organization still seems to hold the town i. I picked up Bloodline owing to the fantastic reviews it received so far The creepy cover also played a part in that decision Bloodline by Jess Lourey starts with a dark creepy chapter that hooks you right in While reading I found myself wondering if this book would go in the direction that many books before have gone It didn t and I m so so glad about that I m tired of reading about naive pregnant women racing towards something that is disconcerting Jess Lourey successfully builds a chilling creepy atmosphere throughout the book you will want to keep to turning those pages until the very end I loved the character of Joan She s smart ambitious but no match for Lilydale s conniving townsfolk or is she The ending of this book was super creepy but put together very well I did not see the twist towards the end coming turning all my self made theories on their heads This book was inspired by real events so it made a compelling read for meThank you NetGalley Thomas Mercer Jess Lourey for an arc The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase invitingAnd yet something The Tunnel is off Secretos del Cosmos in the picture perfect villageThe friendliness borders on The Secret Treasons intrusive Joan can’t shake the feeling that every move she makes مريض الوهم is being tracked An archaic organization still seems to hold the town The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death i. I picked up Bloodline owing to the fantastic reviews ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, it received so far The creepy cover also played a part Doctor y campeón in that decision Bloodline by Jess Lourey starts with a dark creepy chapter that hooks you right La corruptrice in While reading I found myself wondering Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves if this book would go The Purpose-Guided Universe in the direction that many books before have gone It didn t and I m so so glad about that I m tired of reading about naive pregnant women racing towards something that The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion is disconcerting Jess Lourey successfully builds a chilling creepy atmosphere throughout the book you will want to keep to turning those pages until the very end I loved the character of Joan She s smart ambitious but no match for Lilydale s conniving townsfolk or The Academy is she The ending of this book was super creepy but put together very well I did not see the twist towards the end coming turning all my self made theories on their heads This book was Full Dark, No Stars inspired by real events so If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, it made a compelling read for meThank you NetGalley Thomas Mercer Jess Lourey for an arc

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Perfect town Perfect homes Perfect families It’s enough to drive some women madIn a tale inspired by real events pregnant journalist Joan Harken is cautiously excited to follow her fiancé back to his Minnesota hometown After spending a childhood on the move and chasing the screams and swirls of news rich city lif. I should know better than to pick up a new Jess Lourey book thinking I ll just peek at the first few pages and get then back to the book I was reading Six hours later it s three in the morning and I m racing through the last few chapters unable to sleep until I know how it all ends Set in an idyllic small town rooted in family history and horrific secrets Bloodline is Pleasantville meets Rosemary s Baby A deeply unsettling darkly unnerving and utterly compelling novel this book chilled me to the core and I loved every bit of it Willy the Wizard inspired by real events pregnant journalist Joan Harken Off-side is cautiously excited to follow her fiancé back to his Minnesota hometown After spending a childhood on the move and chasing the screams and swirls of news rich city lif. I should know better than to pick up a new Jess Lourey book thinking I ll just peek at the first few pages and get then back to the book I was reading Six hours later Esclava Medieval: La Sumisión retorcida en Placer por un Matrimonio de Conveniencia (Novela Romántica y Erótica en Español: Fantasía nº 1) (Spanish Edition) it s three Enséñame más in the morning and I m racing through the last few chapters unable to sleep until I know how Wonder (The Books of Marvella, it all ends Set Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set in an The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase idyllic small town rooted The Tunnel in family history and horrific secrets Bloodline Secretos del Cosmos is Pleasantville meets Rosemary s Baby A deeply unsettling darkly unnerving and utterly compelling novel this book chilled me to the core and I loved every bit of The Secret Treasons it

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N thrall So does the sinister secret of a little boy who vanished decades ago And unless Joan is imagining things a frighteningly familiar figure from her past is on watch in the shadowsHer fiancé tells her she’s being paranoid He might be right Then again she might have moved to the deadliest small town on eart. This was one of the creepiest and strangest thrillers I have read in a while I like Jess Loury s writing a great deal This story is not typical of most thrillers which is good It is like a cross between Rosemary s Baby and the movie Get Out It does strain the imagination a bit but overall it was hard to put down and the ending was satisfying Loury again uses an old Minnesota crime for the basis of her story Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for this free ARC in exchange for an honest review


10 thoughts on “Bloodline

  1. says:

    This book reminded me a lot of Rosemary's Baby and The Stepford Wives There were too many similarities for me to overlook including the main character getting a haircut just like Mia Farrow This would appeal to readers who haven't read the aforementioned books or seen the movies I did enjoy the ending which was definitely creepy and satisfyingThank you Netgalley Thomas Mercer for an e galley

  2. says:

    I should know better than to pick up a new Jess Lourey book thinking I’ll just peek at the first few pages and get then back to the

  3. says:

    Review to come closer to pub day but wow amazing

  4. says:

    I picked up Bloodline owing to the fantastic reviews it received so far The creepy cover also played a part in that decision Bloodline by Jess Lourey starts with a dark creepy chapter that hooks you right in While reading I found myself wondering if this book would go in the direction that many books before have gone It didn't and I'm so so glad about that I'm tired of reading about naive pregnant women racing towards something that is disc

  5. says:

    Have you ever been asked if you have a smoke?Thankfully I don't smoke but this book has me uestioning than just s

  6. says:

    This is an awesome book First it takes place in the late 60s but the writing style is totally contemporary and accessible yet also very accurate to the time It’s a major pet peeve of mine when a period book tries too hard to emulate the speech of the era and ends up sounding stilted Second Rosemary’s Baby is one of my favorite books of al

  7. says:

    This was one of the creepiest and strangest thrillers I have read in a while I like Jess Loury’s writing a gr

  8. says:

    Bloodline was my first Jess Lourey novel and I found it to be a frighteningly engaging read which I highly recommend Set in the late 1960s our main character is Joan an independent college educated journalist working for the Minneapolis Star as an entry level reporter We learn about her unusual upbringing by her dedicated mother

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    Joan Harken never imagined living in a small town Raised by a single mother they were a close knit team of two who moved often from one city to the next Joan considers herself an independent woman with career goals even though the book takes place in the sixties All that changes when two events shake Joan's foundation to

  10. says:

    1968 a small tight knit town a pregnant journalist and lots of deep dark secrets I am a Jess Lourey fan but this novel took her writing to the next level Based on a true story Bloodline is an incredibly well written thriller that skillfully leads readers through a seemingly normal couple's move from big city to small town life When

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