“Blood Brothers: A Short Story Exclusive” by James Rollins and Rebecca Cantrell (William Morrow Impulse, 2013)

Blood Brothers
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If you’re looking for something to hold you over after enjoying the great start of the Order of the Sanguines series with Blood Gospel, before you get your hands on the sequel, Innocent Blood; or if you’re interested in trying the series and want to get a taste for it, then Blood Brothers is the story for you. Just $0.99 for the ebook short story, it represents a link between the first and second books in the series and does a great job of giving the reader a flavor for the storyline and plot.

When he was a young reporter, back in the late ‘60s, Arthur Crane exposed the secrets behind the cult murderer known as the Orchid Killer. And now in the present day Crane wakes to find an orchid on his pillow, the signature of the murderer, and triggers some strong memories within him, opening up links to his estranged brother.

Family, joy, death and sadness; “Blood Brothers” has it all in a short story set in San Francisco that takes the reader on a wild ride both into the past and present and across the streets of the iconic city. Whether you’re a Rollins, Cantrell or Order of the Sanguines fan, or just want to give this story a try, you’re in for a real treat.

Originally written on January 15, 2014 ©Alex C. Telander.

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