Sean Coleman is back in the latest thriller from John A. Daly, set in the mountains of Winston, Colorado. Six months after the murder of his uncle, Sean is trying to get his life together. He's stopped drinking, he's taking better care of himself, and he's working hard to keep a fledgling security business afloat. At a blood plasma bank Sean frequents to earn extra income, he meets the distraught relative of Andrew Carson, a man who went missing weeks earlier on the other side of the state, with a pool of blood in the snowy driveway of his home as the only clue to the man's fate. Sean decides to help in the search for Carson and quickly finds himself immersed in a world of deception, desperation, and danger---a world in which nothing is what it seems, and few can get out of with their lives.
About the Author
A lifelong Coloradoan, John A. Daly graduated from the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in business administration and computer information systems. With a thirst for creative expression that went beyond the logic and absolutes of computer programming, John developed an interest in writing. He currently writes political, cultural, and media analysis columns for a national news website, and a weekly parenting column for his local newspaper. "Blood Trade" is his second book in the "Sean Coleman Thriller" series.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Blood Trade based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Daly has done it again. The characters are believable and the storyline is fresh and extremely readable. This is a great series. Highly recommended.
I really like this book. The Arthur layered this thrilling story seamlessly
Sean has extreme social and anger issues wrapped around a frightened soul. Some good lessons on loving family and some dreadful stereotypes.