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Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2)
Blood Sins - Blood, Bk 2
Author: Kay Hooper
Young, vulnerable, attractive, Tessa Gray made the perfect victim. Which was why Noah Bishop of the FBI’s Special Crimes Unit recruited her to play the role of grieving widow. As the supposed new owner of land coveted by the Church of the Everlasting Sin, she'd be irresistible bait for the reclusive and charismatic Reverend Samuel. His...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780553804850
ISBN-10: 0553804855
Publication Date: 12/16/2008
Pages: 320
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 104 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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barbsis avatar reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 1076 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
A psychic serial killer is on the loose and psychic FBI agents are trying to prove that Samuel, a religious cult leader, is the culprit. This book has lots of ESP elements - clairvoyants, telepathics, psychics - to name a few.

Not as good as the first book but worth reading for the spectacular ending. This is listed as a trilogy but Blood Sins ended like it was the conclusion so I'm not sure where a third book would be coming from.
reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 277 more book reviews
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Tessa Gray has agreed to be bait for a serial killer that the SCU and Noah Bishop suspects is about to commit murder on a large scale. The killer has a cult following in a fortified compound in the mountains of North Carolina, and most of the towns people are either part of the cult, or uncaring of the recent unexplained deaths in their area. Tessa has to decide whether she can trust the local chief of police, Sawyer Cavenaugh, with her life. The book is OK. I have read the other books in this series, and am becoming tired of the same discussions in each book about paranormal powers and the way the "universe" allows them to be used. IMHO, this uses space / time that should have been devoted to the plot and the characters. There are some questions left over, that the author acknowledges, but really doesn't answer.
my2luvsemmyandmally avatar reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 758 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Enjoyed this book more than the 1st in the series....more twists and turns to keep you guessing!
MELNELYNN avatar reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 669 more book reviews
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The Church of Everlasting Sin is led by Reverend Adam Deacon Samuel (a.k.a. Father). The church has been in the Grace, North Carolina, area for about ten years. Most members live on the compound, a community in themselves. Few are seen outside the compound. The children do not attend public schools and more than a few of the kids inside the church know that something is not right. The girls have the most to fear.

The Haven organization knows that the church is somehow involved in the area's deaths. Bodies have been found in the river and X-rays showed that virtually every bone in the bodies had been pulverized, yet there were never any marks to indicate how this happened. Undercover agents have already given their lives to ferret out information and even helped a few of the children to escape. All that is really known is that at least one of Father's closest advisors is a strong psychic and no one can get a read on Father because he is like a null field.

Special Agent Noah Bishop of the FBI's Special Crimes Unit recruits Tessa Gray to play the role of a grieving widow and the new owner of property wanted by the church. Tessa, like most of the agents, has a unique gift or two. But if the SCU has to rely on her, an untried psychic agent, then they must be desperate indeed.

**** This is the second novel in the series. If you did not read the first book titled "Blood Dreams", you may want to consider doing so before beginning this story. However, the author has done a good job of updating new readers within the first few chapters. Some characters from the previous book return to play secondary roles in this one. Tessa and the police chief are the main focus this time around though. Be warned that there are some graphic scenes in this story. Readers learn about Father's early childhood. (Not a pretty picture, trust me on that.) Still, the author retains her own outstanding gift of being able to write about paranormal talents and make them seem as if they are business as normal for the characters. I was shocked to realize that as I read the story I was taking everything as common every day stuff instead of fiction. Well done! ****
drgldy76 avatar reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 125 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
It was an intense and gripping read. I felt for the kids who had psychic abilities. It was as good as the the first in the series, Blood Dreams.
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reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 27 more book reviews
I love this series. Really fascinating premises.
pigwoman avatar reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 82 more book reviews
The book was OK, there was quite a few confusing details. Not one of the best books I have read, but not bad.
reviewed Blood Sins (Blood, Bk 2) on + 109 more book reviews
Kay Hooper is one of my favorite authors. I love her Bishop Crime Unit Stories because they are well written and interesting. They also have revolving characters with different psychic abilities that show up throughout the series. I must say that I didn't enjoy this novel very much. I thought it was very convoluted and hard to follow. I have read all the other books in the series and this one didn't fit it. This book is tied into the previous book Blood Dreams and it is focused around a psychic serial killer who goes on a killing spree in various southern states. I felt that the whole psychic abilities aspect was very high tech, lending the book a dry feel.
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I enjoyed this book enough to stay up late to finish it but didn't enjoy it as much as Hooper's previous books. You definitely need to read Blood Dreams before reading this book!