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  1. says:

    A massive storm is brewing off the Eastern Seaboard heading straight for Montauk Long Island where Jake Cole has reluctantly returned

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    This psychological thriller grabbed me by the nose with the second paragraph and didn't let go until I hollered And I didn't holler until the very end An eidetic memory must be a wonderfulterrible thing to have Jake has studiously avoided even thinking about his father and the house in which he grew up He has his reasons Now almost 30 years later he forces himself to return to his childhood home His father a painter of some ren

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    Bloodline by Robert Pobi is one of the best psychological murdermystery thrillers that I have ever readThis book was AMAZINGFBI consultant Jake Cole reluctantly returns home to Montauk to look after his estranged father famed painter Jacob Col

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    It's been a long time since I've read a first novel that enthralled and tested me like Robert Pobi's The Bloodman; an intrig

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    This book starts off strong I really liked how Jake's history with his father was described right off the bat It introduced us to Jake's character and his relationships in a direct manner which I appreciated I also liked how the novel didn't waste any time in introducing the murder This book is not for the sueamish The det

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    I disliked almost everything about this book; the good guys the serial killer and the sluggish pace made reading it a chore Life is too short

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    When I first started reading this book I found it so sinister gross I was sort of creeped out to keep it in my bag or next to me on the couch It had me checking the locks on the doors on my day off But then it became so laughably bad my psyche was spared from further onslaught the creepy parts retreated under the awful ones Jake Cole is an F

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    Give me a breakThis is the part of my review where I give the finger to the author and the novel that I just read Bloodman Shame on you What a disappointment and waste of a great story idea concept characters etc and great talent of a writer you’re good Pobi but better luck next time I can’t imagine a worse book this year I love thrillers This book came very highly recommended from a number of friends as well as recommendation

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    BloodmanI make it a habit of never reading any reviews of a book on GR before I have read the book myself After reading the book I w

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    Robert Pobi Bloodman Thomas and Mercer 2012Full disclosure this book was provided to me free of charge by VineIt is on page 60 with the last sentence of Chapter 9 that Bloodman blows up in your face At that point it turns from an average if overly descriptive thriller into a good if still overly descriptive thriller At some point I'm not exactly sure where in the thirty pages that follow that Bloodman turns into a very good thri

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FBI independent contractor Jake Cole deciphers the language of murderers by reconstructing three dimensional crime scene models in his head a grim gift that has left his nerves frayed and his psyche fragile When his father an important American painter is almost killed in an Alzheimer’s fueled accident Jake is forced to come home and confront a past he spent a uarter of a century trying to forget Once there a brutal double homicide teaches Jake that even though he has forgo. This psychological thriller grabbed me by the nose with the second paragraph and didn t let go until I hollered And I didn t holler until the very end An eidetic memory must be a wonderfulterrible thing to have Jake has studiously avoided even thinking about his father and the house in which he grew up He has his reasons Now almost 30 years later he forces himself to return to his childhood home His father a painter of some renown who is riddled with Alzheimer s has suffered a horrific accident that just may have been self imposed Jake feels he needs to at least make an appearance get some things settled close up the house etc Fantastic set up breakneck pacing and a surprise ending made for a fine read Be forewarned graphic descriptions of crime scenes are included and there are a couple of brief but harrowing passages of a sexual nature Stay far away if things of this ilk tend to disturb you It s dark very dark Will be on the lookout for from this author

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Nature Jake realizes that old ghosts are on the move Bloodman will leave you reeling long after you have finished listening to it“A Sixth Sense like take on Thomas Harris in his primeDays after racing to the finish and letting the book rattle around in the unconscious the story still unsettles me” National Post“Jake Cole has to be one of the most compelling and tormented protagonists in recent crime fiction Bloodman is a remarkable debut” Booklist starred review.. Give me a breakThis is the part of my review where I give the finger to the author and the novel that I just read Bloodman Shame on you What a disappointment and waste of a great story idea concept characters etc and great talent of a writer you re good Pobi but better luck next time I can t imagine a worse book this year I love thrillers This book came very highly recommended from a number of friends as well as recommendations from this website From what I heard Bloodman was the must read thriller for people who like thrillers 250 pages into this book I would agree This book is absolutely enthralling at first I couldn t put it down Oh my God Bloodman is sooo good I kept telling people Then a few things started popping up which became minor issues for me Let s first talk about the liberties the book takes As someone whose favorite genre is the thriller I m willing to let a lot slide However Bloodman becomes ridiculous We have a character who has a faulty heart which conveniently knocks the lead character out at key points a hurricane which is the storm of the century and is making everything hell and a tiger shark These were minor things but seriously with 100 pages left in this book it goes to hell uick I laughed out loud as this smart thriller became the euivalent of a Michael Bay film I loved the set up I loved the writing I hated how it was handled And honestly when you throw so much into your book as Bloodman does big set upbig set upbig set up that s exactly where you re assured to go Hell I marveled at first because I thought wow he must have some amazing pay off the way he is doing this He the author doesn t I honestly expected BigFoot to show up and be the killer The novel took over with its ludicrousness and the author lost track of himself So of course what we get is the cardinal sin of any great thriller I won t give the ending away Let s just say it s lazy and full on retard AwfulI ll read Pobi s next book however Just to see if he s learned his lesson

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Tten about the past it has not yet forgotten about himAs Jake tries to make sense of his father’s unhinged existence he discovers thousands of seemingly meaningless canvases stacked in the studio a bizarre trail of dust covered breadcrumbs that Jake believes lead to a killer called the Bloodman All of his work seems to come apart just as another malevolent beast descends on the town a Category hurricane that is as unstoppable as the murderer Pinned between the two forces of. It s been a long time since I ve read a first novel that enthralled and tested me like Robert Pobi s The Bloodman an intriguing complex thriller that twists it s way through a four day period in uiet Montauk New York Special Agent Jake Cole has come home after walking away from his abusive and alcoholic father twenty eight years ago His father a talented painter now tortured by dementia horribly maimed himself in a mysterious fire Over the years after battling his own demons the anger and hatred Cole felt toward his father is now superseded by a numbing apathy But as the only child to his widowed father Cole feels it is his duty to attend to his affairsThe night Cole arrives at his childhood home now full of garbage and scotch bottles he receives a call from the local sheriff They found two bodies in a house up the beach from his father s place a woman and a child both skinned alive For Cole this is a gut punch The horrific scene at the crime is familiar he recognizes the murderer s work from his own tortured past Desperate to uickly finish his father s affairs and run home to his own wife and son Cole now feels compelled to stay and work on this case His eidetic memory commonly referred to as photographic memory allows him to reconstruct three dimensional crime scenes in his mind and provides him with an unusual skill that can assist the overwhelmed small town police forceEverything about Agent Cole is unusual A recovering substance abuse addict with the entire text of Dante s Inferno tattooed on his body he can verbally shred an officer foolish enough to laugh at a crime scene mentally suppress the graphic pornography of his job and still come across as a devoted husband and father He is a master at solving the puzzles left behind by murderers With demons lurking in the corners of his own mind he can relate to and decipher the thoughts and intentions of the monsters he is trained to hunt down It is both a blessing and a curseCompounding the murders and the enigma of thousands of crazed paintings littering his father s house is a Category 5 hurricane headed directly for Montauk With the storm pounding Montauk back to the stone age Cole is desperately pursuing answers and the killer It is a thrilling combination of events and puzzles and character drama that had me guessing up to the final haunting twist at the endUnbelievably this being Pobi s first novel he has presented a fiercely complex masterpiece with riveting scenes and compelling characters The author has also cleverly painted clues into the layers upon layers that make up the final picture There are puzzles within puzzles throughout the book But his writing evokes clear images whether of a graphic murder scene or a uiet moment between Cole and his wife And I found myself anxiously tearing through the last 100 pages as the hurricane s destruction of the town starts to mirror the anguishing devastation of Cole s life as he knows itThis is an incredible book that kept me thinking even after I finished I hope it does well as the author definitely deserves kudos for his work And when he writes his next book I will be in line ready to buy it