Blood Loss by Alex BarclayBlood Loss by Alex Barclay

Blood Loss

byAlex Barclay

Mass Market Paperback | January 7, 2013

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Every year Mark and Jenna Whaley take a trip to Colorado to celebrate their wedding anniversary. This year they have more cause than ever to celebrate - they've finally been granted overnight access with Laurie, Mark's 11-year-old daughter from his previous marriage.But their relaxing family break is shattered when they return from dinner in the hotel to find both Laurie and her 16-year-old babysitter, Shelby, missing.Special Agent Ren Bryce will need to be at the top of her game to unravel the bizarre circumstances around this particular kidnapping. For it soon emerges both Mark and Jenna have something to hide. And that's before Mark's bitter ex-wife, Cathy, enters the equation.But Ren has her own battles to fight. Without a psychologist since hers was killed four months previously, she knows she's headed for a manic episode, and she not sure she wants to stop it.The lives of two young girls are in Ren's hands. But she might need to save herself before she can save them.

Alex Barclay lives outside Dublin. Darkhouse is a debut novel.
Title:Blood LossFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 7.25 × 4.5 × 0.93 inPublished:January 7, 2013Publisher:Harpercollins (uk)Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0007268475

ISBN - 13:9780007268474

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"Snappy dialogue . a meaty read" - IRISH INDEPENDENT"Blood Loss is cleverly paced, with Barclay drawing out the suspense but giving you just enough information to keep you hooked" - HOT PRESSPraise for Alex Barclay:"Tense, no-punches-pulled thriller that will have you on the edge of your deckchair." - WOMAN AND HOME"Right now, she's the rising star of the hard-boiled crime fiction world, combining wild characters, surprising plots and massive backdrops with a touch of dry humour" - MIRROR