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  • Posted February 11, 2014

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    Christopher Meeks in his new book, ¿Blood Drama¿ published by Wh

    Christopher Meeks in his new book, “Blood Drama” published by White Whisker Books brings us into the life of Ian Nash.




    From the back cover:    Everyone has a bad day. Graduate student Ian Nash, after losing his girlfriend, gets dropped from a Ph.D. program in theatre. When he stops at a local coffee shop in the lobby of a bank to apply for a job, the proverbial organic matter hits the fan. A gang of four robs the bank, and things get bloody. Ian is taken hostage by the robbers when the police show up. Now he has to save his life.




    FBI Special Agent Aleece Medina’s analysis of the bloody bank heist drives her into the pursuit of a robbery gang headed by two women. She doesn’t anticipate how this robbery will pit her against both the bandits and the male higher-ups in the FBI while the media heats up during a giant manhunt.




    The robbers are about to kill Ian, and all he has at hand is his knowledge of the stage.




    Innocent routine activities.  We go to the station to get gas for the car, we go to the supermarket, we go to the movies, we go to the bank.  Innocent routine activities where nothing ever happens.  Except Ian is caught in a bank robbery and taken hostage and if he doesn’t do something they are going to kill him.  Mr. Meeks has given us a mystery thriller.  Ian’s life is in deadly danger and he feels it is up to him to save himself.  Lots of events happen in this story but this is most certainly a character driven piece.   Ian and Aleece are unique individuals seldom seem in this type of story but certainly welcome.  Mr. Meeks has given us a roaring good story that will keep you highly interested in what is going to happen next.




    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Pump Up Your Book.   I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 7, 2013

    Could not put it down¿ I picked up Blood Drama yesterday and cou

    Could not put it down…
    I picked up Blood Drama yesterday and could not put it down! The book introduces our protagonist Ian Nash, who to put it mildly is having a very bad day!
    The story opens begins when Nash loses his job, gets thrown out of his graduate program, misses his exit on the freeway, and winds up at a coffee shop filling out a job application. If the day isn’t going badly enough, the coffee shop is in the lobby of a bank.
    The bank is robbed and Nash taken as the only hostage by the bank robbers—and this is just the beginning. The action continues from the opening scene until the closing scene with no wasted words. Ever scene moves the story forward and leaves you asking, what is going to happen next? What more could possibly happen?
    Just when you figure things cannot possible become worse author Christopher Meeks delivers, yet another astounding blow to Nash’s adventure. What I loved the best about Meek’s novel is that there was no wasted time describing the leaves on the trees or cumbersome background information to make my inattentive eyes glaze over.
    I found Blood Drama to be an easy, pleasant, read. I will be on the lookout for more of Meek’s novels in the future.

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    Posted August 30, 2013

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