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Of nature Jake realizes that old ghosts are on the move Bloodman will leave you reeling long after you have finished listening to it“A Sixth Sense like take on Thomas Harris in his primeDays after racing to the finish and letting the book rattle around in the unconscious the story still unsettles me” National Post“Jake Cole has to be one of the most compelling and tormented protagonists in recent crime fiction Bloodman is a remarkable debut” Booklist starred revie. When I first started reading this book I found it so sinister gross I was sort of creeped out to keep it in my bag or next to me on the couch It had me checking the locks on the doors on my day off But then it became so laughably bad my psyche was spared from further onslaught the creepy parts retreated under the awful ones Jake Cole is an FBI consultant with an eidetic memory which allows him to memorize crime scenes He can t seem to remember how many times he s told the story about his pacemaker to certain people but this gift does allow him to get inside the heads of serial killers He s gone to his old hometown to see to his Alzheimer s y father Jacob Coleridge gets pulled into investigating some homicides that redefine yucky And here s where it gets spoilery view spoilerAlso he s apparently in town to be a serial killer himself since hometown sheriff eventually figures out that the as yet unidentified the bodies of the first victims are actually Jake s wife son Hey Jake you know all week long while you were at your dad s house your wife son were visiting And your wife did all that cleaning around the house you had that talk about whether or not you were doing a good job raising your kid And you guys had sex while you choked her with your belt but it was okay that s how she likes it Well all of that never happened How do we know Jake only ordered one pizza for dinner Apparently his mind can sustain the fiction that he didn t skin his family alive he s been hanging out with them all week but he can t order a takeout meal for than one person And not only that all those memories of how his mother loved him a lot he loved his dog it was his big asshole dad that killed his dog Also false Because Jake isn t actually the son of his father mother even though Pobi uses tons of inferences every word other than DNA to make you think so When Jake was a little boy he killed his real parents on a boat then tried to sink the boat and the Coleridges found him I guess that s why he s a serial killer now at the point I was so confused annoyed I threw the book across the room Unreliable narrators are one thing They re not my favorite thing ever but there are instances when they work well I m thinking of Gone Girl or maybe John Dies at the End as pretty good examples But when an author writes a whole book about a guy his family memories just to yoink it out from under the reader s feet I absolutely must cry foul If as a writer you have to ask your readers to disregard the entirety of the book they ve just read so you can pull off your killer reveal I respectfully submit that you are not a very good writer If you make your reader sit through 396 pages of a book which includes the disgusting murder de epitheliazation of four adults two kids you damn well better come up with an ending better than That guy who was trying to catch the killer He did it Robert Pobi you have failed Try again hide spoiler Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning realizes that old ghosts are on the move Bloodman will leave you The Illusion of Gods Presence reeling long after you have finished listening to it“A Sixth Sense like take on Thomas Harris in his primeDays after Folk Tales From The Soviet Union racing to the finish and letting the book Not The Hot Chick rattle around in the unconscious the story still unsettles me” National Post“Jake Cole has to be one of the most compelling and tormented protagonists in Pegged and Plugged at the Club recent crime fiction Bloodman is a Tunnel Through Time remarkable debut” Booklist starred Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 revie. When I first started Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 reading this book I found it so sinister gross I was sort of creeped out to keep it in my bag or next to me on the couch It had me checking the locks on the doors on my day off But then it became so laughably bad my psyche was spared from further onslaught the creepy parts Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 retreated under the awful ones Jake Cole is an FBI consultant with an eidetic memory which allows him to memorize crime scenes He can t seem to The Fatima Century remember how many times he s told the story about his pacemaker to certain people but this gift does allow him to get inside the heads of serial killers He s gone to his old hometown to see to his Alzheimer s y father Jacob Coleridge gets pulled into investigating some homicides that Leah Starrs Revenge redefine yucky And here s where it gets spoilery view spoilerAlso he s apparently in town to be a serial killer himself since hometown sheriff eventually figures out that the as yet unidentified the bodies of the first victims are actually Jake s wife son Hey Jake you know all week long while you were at your dad s house your wife son were visiting And your wife did all that cleaning around the house you had that talk about whether or not you were doing a good job Pieces 8 (Pieces, raising your kid And you guys had sex while you choked her with your belt but it was okay that s how she likes it Well all of that never happened How do we know Jake only ordered one pizza for dinner Apparently his mind can sustain the fiction that he didn t skin his family alive he s been hanging out with them all week but he can t order a takeout meal for than one person And not only that all those memories of how his mother loved him a lot he loved his dog it was his big asshole dad that killed his dog Also false Because Jake isn t actually the son of his father mother even though Pobi uses tons of inferences every word other than DNA to make you think so When Jake was a little boy he killed his Time Flies and Other Short Plays real parents on a boat then tried to sink the boat and the Coleridges found him I guess that s why he s a serial killer now at the point I was so confused annoyed I threw the book across the Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) re not my favorite thing ever but there are instances when they work well I m thinking of Gone Girl or maybe John Dies at the End as pretty good examples But when an author writes a whole book about a guy his family memories just to yoink it out from under the Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra reader s feet I absolutely must cry foul If as a writer you have to ask your Chinas Son readers to disregard the entirety of the book they ve just Welcome to the Desert of the Real read so you can pull off your killer Dead End Bluff reveal I King Noah Blindness and the Vision of Seers respectfully submit that you are not a very good writer If you make your

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Tten about the past it has not yet forgotten about himAs Jake tries to make sense of his father’s unhinged existence he discovers thousands of seemingly meaningless canvases stacked in the studio a bizarre trail of dust covered breadcrumbs that Jake believes lead to a killer called the Bloodman All of his work seems to come apart just as another malevolent beast descends on the town a Category 5 hurricane that is as unstoppable as the murderer Pinned between the two forces. I disliked almost everything about this book the good guys the serial killer and the sluggish pace made reading it a chore Life is too short

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FBI independent contractor Jake Cole deciphers the language of murderers by reconstructing three dimensional crime scene models in his head a grim gift that has left his nerves frayed and his psyche fragile When his father an important American painter is almost killed in an Alzheimer’s fueled accident Jake is forced to come home and confront a past he spent a uarter of a century trying to forget Once there a brutal double homicide teaches Jake that even though he has forgo. Bloodline by Robert Pobi is one of the best psychological murdermystery thrillers that I have ever readThis book was AMAZINGFBI consultant Jake Cole reluctantly returns home to Montauk to look after his estranged father famed painter Jacob Coleridge Once a brilliant man Coleridge is gripped by dementia and in a moment of madness set himself on fire Jake is only there because his late mother would have expected him to look after his father Shortly after he arrives in Montauk Jake is called in to consult on the murder of a mother and child The writing is dark and gritty Robert Pobi pulls you into the story as Jake works frantically with the local Sheriff to capture a serial killer As the action escalates Montauk is battered by a Category 5 hurricane The wrath of the hurricane complements the twisted mind of the killer as both spiral out of control This novel had me guessing right until the bitter endWhat an endingI wish I could have rated this novel as a 10 Star because it was so amazingI can t wait for his next novel I will be watching for itIf you love reading mystery suspense thrillers don t miss out on this oneYou won t be wasting your timeI will be thinking about this novel based on all the puzzles that had to be solved for many days to come


About the Author: Robert Pobi

ROBERT POBI has fished for great whites off Montauk chased coyotes with a dune buggy in the Mojave and spelunked caves in the former Yugoslavia He is a renowned expert in English period furniture and makes a mean co au vin He spends most of his time in Montreal Canada



10 thoughts on “Bloodman

  1. says:

    A massive storm is brewing off the Eastern Seaboard heading straight for Montauk Long Island where Jake Cole ha

  2. says:

    This psychological thriller grabbed me by the nose with the second paragraph and didn't let go until I hollered And I didn't holler until the very end An eidetic memory must be a wonderfulterrible thing to have J

  3. says:

    Bloodline by Robert Pobi is one of the best psychological murdermystery thrillers that I have ever readThis book was AMAZINGFBI consul

  4. says:

    It's been a long time since I've read a first novel that enthralled and tested me like Robert Pobi's The Bloodman; an intriguing complex thriller that twists it's way through a four day period in uiet Montauk New York Special Agent Jake Cole has come home after walking away from his abusive and alcoholic father twenty eight years ago His father a talented painter now tortured by dementia horribly maimed himse

  5. says:

    This book starts off strong I really liked how Jake's history with his father was described right off the bat It introduced us to Jake's character and his relationships in a direct manner which I appreciated I also liked how the novel didn't waste any time in introducing the murder This book is not for the sueamish The details of the murder

  6. says:

    I disliked almost everything about this book; the good guys the serial killer and the sluggish pace made reading it a chore

  7. says:

    When I first started reading this book I found it so sinister gross I was sort of creeped out to keep it in my bag or next

  8. says:

    Give me a breakThis is the part of my review where I give the finger to the author and the novel that I just read Bloodman Shame on you What a disappointment and waste of a great story idea concept characters etc and great talent of a writer

  9. says:

    BloodmanI make it a habit of never reading any reviews of a book on GR before I have read the book myself After reading the book I write the first draft of my review and only then I check other reviews Bloodman left me gasping for

  10. says:

    Robert Pobi Bloodman Thomas and Mercer 2012Full disclosure this book was provided to me free of charge by VineIt is on page 60 with the last sentence of Chapter 9 that Bloodman blows up in your face At that point it turns from an average if overly descriptive thriller into a good if still overly descriptive thri

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