“Amy Bree’s reckless actions result in death and her dismissal from the FBI.
A visit from a mysterious priest propels her back into the fray, as she is partnered with an ex-spy, with fearsome computer skills, and tasked to hunt-down and eliminate the serial killer known as the Blood Sucker.
Their quarry is not what they expect: old, very old, and needs blood to survive.
The body count rises . . . and the hunters become the hunted!”
Eric J. Gates is a very adventurous man. He is an ex-International Consultant with a lot of travelling under his belt. Reading this book, and researching more about this author, I can see how he wrote this book. He does Information Technology Security. Can he be any more interesting?
The Cull – Bloodline is the first book I have ever read that includes anything FBI, or even technology. And the first thing I have to say about it is that it sucked me in right away. I have read books about vampires, vampires that kill, and have some major skill and I can officially say that I am addicted to more books featuring the FBI, and even humans that hunt the supernatural.
If you like anything with the FBI or anything in that area, you will definitely enjoy this book, regardless of the supernatural character or not. It is all of the gadgets and gizmos and all the action in it.
Katie especially. She seems so proper, but kicks butt at the same time. You will love her little quirks, and her change in personality.
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