CLP Blog Tours #BookReview: Deadly Bloodlines by Elke Feuer

Reviewer: Samantha

deadly bloodlinesI received a review copy


A serial killer determined to repeat a murderous pattern that started twenty years ago.

Years after leaving Cayman because of her notorious serial killer mother, Angel Mason returns as an inspector on the police force. On the twentieth anniversary of her mother’s capture, someone is murdered in the same manner as her mother’s victims.

To complicate matters more, Angel’s old flame, Bren McDougal, is assigned to help her with capturing the killer, and it’s soon undeniably clear that the passion between them is hotter than ever.

As the killer repeats her mother’s deadly pattern, Angel must face the terrifying truth she’s been hiding for twenty years.


Whew, what a read! I love a good mystery, and this one was really quite a warped story, and so hard to put down. There were a few times I thought I had the plot figured out, but once we got to the end, I saw how wrong I really was! There is a ton of drama, plenty of suspense, and I enjoyed this from beginning to end. I look forward to reading more from Elke Feuer!

4 stars

elke feuerAbout the Author:

Elke was born and raised on Grand Cayman and lives there with her husband and two kids who keep her on her toes.

When not writing, she’s helping other writers in Cayman through her organization CayWriters.

She stumbled into writing romantic suspense because of her fascination with serial killers, but writes other genres because characters keep telling her their stories and she’s a sucker for a crazy story.

What people are saying

“Elke Feuer skillfully keeps you guessing in this twisty-turny romantic suspense story about a Cayman investigator tracking a copycat killer–one imitating the crimes of her own serial-killer mother. Suspenseful and satisfying!” ~Francine LaSala, author of The Girl, the Gold Tooth & Everything

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  1. March 25, 2015 / 8:55 am

    Thanks for the awesome review, Sam! I’m so glad you enjoyed it!

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