Summary

Supernatural detective Jack Nightingale is called in to investigate a series of bloody deaths in a struggling Brighton hotel.
The suicides of six women in room six is too much of a coincidence for Nightingale and he is soon on the trail of a bloodthirsty demon.
©2017 Stephen Leather (P)2017 Isis Publishing Ltd
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5 out of 5 stars
By Squeaky Joe on 07-12-17

Well written and entertaining tale

Supernatural detective Jack Nightingale faces a demonic killer when he investigates a series of gory deaths in a Brighton hotel. Along with his sidekick Jenny, Nightingale must find a way to tempt the monster into a trap, but what will the shrewd sleuth use for bait?

Stephen Leather is a bestselling thriller writer with an impressive track record. This story, however, is my first foray into the world of his paranormal detective, Jack Nightingale. Superbly narrated by actor Paul Thornley, ‘Blood Bath’ has a running time of about an hour and a half. It’s a well-written and clever tale that held my interest and left me wanting more. It’s also worth pointing out that the Kindle edition is accompanied by six additional stories penned by fans of the author, whereas the Audible version (which I bought), includes only the title story.

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5 out of 5 stars
By jessiemillar on 04-02-18

blood bath review

i loved this, excellent skill in both narration and story telling - great to have another jack nightingale novel to listen too. short and to the point, great for a bus ride - only regret is that it was not part of a compendium of short stories.

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