Summary

Book 1 in the Little Town series.
Police officer Tess Fuller has her hands full trying to maintain order in a poorly-resourced small mountain town overrun by the beautiful, arrogant, and lawless Bycraft family. And nobody in town has suffered at their hands as much as the Fuller family. But what will her new sergeant Finn Maguire, a serious by-the-books city cop, think of her renegade policing style? And will they be able to work together to save Tess's life when her feud with the Bycrafts escalates dangerously, while also trying to solve the intersecting mysteries of possible land fraud, an abandoned suitcase of money, and a peeping tom with a preference for older women?
©2011 JD Nixon (P)2014 Audible Inc.
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1 out of 5 stars
By Linda on 11-07-16

An indifferent story, poorly read.

What would have made Blood Ties better?

Better narrator.
Far less foul language.
More editing, particularly dialogue

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

Unimpressed

What didn’t you like about Cat Gould’s performance?

No depth in her narration and she has a monotonous voice.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disappointment. I have lived in Australia, love the people and the country, this is a very poor general representation of the country. Little real sense of place. It could have been a much better book with very little further efffort .

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