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Fixed in Blood

by T.E. Woods

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Fixed in Blood by T. E. Woods is a very highly recommended 4th book in the Justice series. Mort Grant, Chief of Detectives, is on the case when a young woman is found dead in Seattle and discovered to be the victim of a sick individual making a snuff film. When a second young woman is found dead and it is determined that her murder was also filmed, there is an obvious connection between the two women. The two victims are connected to a chain of payday loan shops called Rite Now. Psychologist Lydia Corriger, the Fixer, has seen two patients with connections to Rite Now loans, so, naturally, her path crosses Mort's during his investigation. Mort and Lydia still have unresolved issues from when she tried to protect Allie, Mort's daughter. Can they set their issues aside and work together to solve the brutal murders? And is it time for The Fixer to return to work and make things right? What about Mort's daughter, Allie? Could she be involved?

Fixed in Blood continues the well written, fast-paced series by T. E. Woods. Woods keeps the tension high as she slowly reveals more clues uncovered by the investigation. I was going to rate this fourth book four stars, because I think readers new to the series and the characters really need to read the previous books for more background, but Fixed in Blood is just too good to dock it a star. The investigation has plenty of false leads and the twist in this one is a huge surprise. The Fixer/Mort Grant series is one of my favorites.

Disclosure: My Kindle edition was courtesy of Random House for review purposes. ( )
  SheTreadsSoftly | Mar 21, 2016 |
It is always my luck that when I find a new series I like the first book I read is always in the middle of the series. That's what happened with Fixed in Blood. I wanted to read this book because it sounded interesting so I requested and received a copy of it from the publisher, Random House/ Alibi publication, and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Although some back information was given, I feel I missed quite a bit by starting with book 4. The characters were a bit confusing in the first few chapters, but that was my fault, certainly not the author's. Once I figured who every one was, the book flowed and was an enjoyable read. It held my interest until the very end and I can't wait for the next book. While I am waiting tho I am going to go back and read the first books. This author is well worth reading. ( )
  BevAsh | Jan 24, 2016 |
It is always my luck that when I find a new series I like the first book I read is always in the middle of the series. That's what happened with Fixed in Blood. I wanted to read this book because it sounded interesting so I requested and received a copy of it from the publisher, Random House/ Alibi publication, and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Although some back information was given, I feel I missed quite a bit by starting with book 4. The characters were a bit confusing in the first few chapters, but that was my fault, certainly not the author's. Once I figured who every one was, the book flowed and was an enjoyable read. It held my interest until the very end and I can't wait for the next book. While I am waiting tho I am going to go back and read the first books. This author is well worth reading. ( )
  BevAsh | Jan 24, 2016 |
I loved this book! This was the second book I have read by this author and was very impressed. I enjoyed the characters and the plot twists and turns. This is the fourth book in a series, but stands well on it's own. After reading I went and bought the first three. :-) ( )
  booksgaloreca | Nov 22, 2015 |
In the previous story, Mort Grant asked the Fixer to protect his daughter, but his daughter didn’t want protection and their friendship floundered. This time Mort is investigating the murder of two women whose deaths show up as snuff films on the Internet. When a patient of Lydia(aka the Fixer) goes missing, she asks Mort for help.

I just love the Fixer stories because you never know where and how they will develop. I found the author’s portrayal of not only Mort and Lydia’s relationship engaging, but that of Mort’s daughter adds a little zing to the suspense. It’s not only a fast-paced, action-filled suspense story, it’s also very entertaining. Looking forward to the next installment. ( )
  grumpydan | Oct 22, 2015 |
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