As part of Blackthorn Book Tours, I was offered the chance to read and review the fantastic Bloody Sheets by Andy Rausch.
Synopsis: When a young black man is lynched in a small Alabama town, his estranged father — a crime world enforcer — sets out for revenge, embarking on a blood – soaked journey that will leave the ravaged bodies of dead Klansmen in his wake.
My review: Bloody Sheets by Andy Rausch is a revenge tale, and it had me gripped from the start. It’s a quick read, full of superb dialogue and brutal confrontations, as Will’s father sets out to take down the men who murdered his son. The story seems straightforward to begin with, but twists and turns as it progresses, in ways I did not expect. The violence was frequent, but believable, with just the right amount of gore. Overall, I found Bloody Sheets a very enjoyable tale, both thrilling and devastating in equal measure. I look forward to reading more from Andy Rausch.
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