**Review: Cold Blood(Erika Foster 5) by Robert Bryndza ~5 Stars**


I want to give a huge thank you to Bookouture and NetGalley providing me with an eARC in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

Synopsis:  On the banks of the Thames there is a washed up mysterious suitcase and DCI Erika is called in to evaluate the suitcase. Erika is shocked to find that a dead body is not only in the suitcase but the body is chopped up into small pieces to be made to fit in to the suitcase. Erika rallies up a team to start off the investigation but to everyone’s horror another suitcase is washed up. In this suitcase a young woman is found also in small pieces and everyone is freaked out about the fact there could be a serial killer on the loose! Could this be the work of a sick serial killer? Could this be drug related? Can Erika battle her demons and solve these murders? Read this enthralling thriller to find out!

Review: I found this book extremely suspenseful and chilling! I read this book as a standalone because on Goodreads I saw that the author said it could be read as a standalone. This book had me on the edge of my seat with its unique and chilling suspense. I thought this was a great crime detective book and I want to read its previous books to fill in the characters’s stories. I recommend this book and series to anyone who likes a good page turning thriller! I might have some bad dreams with this one! Highly recommended!

Hope everyone is having a fantastic weekend!!!

Author: Dani☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆

Hello lovelies! I'm Danielle a.k.a Dani and I'm a huge Book Dragon! I say Dragon because I'm majestic asf not because my derriere is large;) I am a part of my local Friends of the Library where I get involved with reading communities,author signings, author interviews and book sales! I am obsessed with BOOKS! I am a proud bilbliophile and love reading so much because it is what saved my life! I was in a very dark place and stuck in bed because of my chronic illnesses until I started reading faithfully. Reading allows me to go on so many journeys when I am stuck where I'm at. Reading allows my free spirit to be free! I love everything about books from the way they smell and feel to the way they give me the ultimate escape from reality. I love to review books and get recommendations for future reads. I'm a member of NetGalley and review books on different platforms as well! I love meeting new people and finding the beauty in everything. I love all types of books from wet my pants humor (thanks motherhood), to I love you so much that I want to kiss your face romance novels, to the hairs sticking back of my neck suspense and even some books that might wet your panties in a more erotic fashion! I am a stay at home mom for the most part. I have some awesome kids whom I passed on the joy of reading. I love spending free time to volunteer at small struggling bookstores and donating books to the less fortunate. I have an associates degree in Psychology and starting on a degree in Literature in 2018. My goal and dream is to become a bilbliotherapist. So I can share the love of reading with those who are suffering physically or emotionally. I am also random, sarcastic and very open minded. There is no subject that is off limits for me and I promise to listen with an open mind! I hope you enjoy my blog and would love some recommendations and feedback! I am looking forward to meeting fellow book lovers, book molesters or anyone else who is interested! I blog about other things besides books occasionally as well. I love reading and following different blogs so I can interact with new interesting people. Love you guys and thanks for checking out my site! i appreciate all my followers, any feedback or recommendations!

24 thoughts on “**Review: Cold Blood(Erika Foster 5) by Robert Bryndza ~5 Stars**”

  1. Great review! Glad you enjoyed this book! I read the author’s previous book and it was good too. It’s better to read from book 1 though so you could get to know the detectives from beginning to end. But I’m glad each book has its own beginning and ending so it could be read as a standalone 😊

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      1. Yeah, I noticed that too.. not sure why it doesn’t label on the title what book number it is. It would’ve been helpful. I make that mistake a few times haha.. requesting some books to only later realized it’s book 2 or 3 of the series.. haha..


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