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True Blue Son (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy Book 3)
The Son—born to save them all.
Dr. Zander Ride grew up a son of The Syndicate, his fate as a career criminal all but sealed. With the help of his mother, he escaped a life of crime… until the night he heard The Syndicate had shot his mother in cold blood.
Zander soon finds refuge in the hands of his mother’s hacktivist group, who want his help bringing down the notorious group once and for all. But it comes with a cost. Managed by a different leader and guided by a new deadly mission, the hacktivists force Zander to confront the truth about his parents and the sacrifices they made for the cause.
In the end, Zander must decide how far he’s willing to go and what he’s willing to sacrifice. Can a child born of The Syndicate bring it all down, or will he be another pointless sacrifice in their struggle for money and power?
[Crime Thriller, Suspense, Women's Fiction]
True Blue Son by K.M. Hodge
Evolved Publishing presents the third book in The Syndicate-Born Trilogy, an exploration of what happens when one well-placed group possesses too much power, and how it affects those who just get in its way. [DRM-Free]
What Others Are Saying about RED ON THE RUN by K.M. Hodge:
"Move over Baldacci. Prepare for competition from this new author! Spellbinding - hard to put down." ~ Patrisha Ehlert
"Ms. Hodge has crafted an interesting tale of suspense amid a beautiful love story. You don't know who to trust, so you are suspicious of everyone." ~ Melinda McIntosh, author of 'A Bit of Tickle for the Mind'
"Domestic abuse and addiction can be pretty tough topics but K.M. Hodge delivers in a debut novel that is fast-paced and very suspenseful." ~ Gail Olmsted, author of 'Guessing at Normal'
"This adrenaline-fueled thriller captivates from the first chapter until it hurtles to the dramatic finale." ~ RandomBadger
Books by K.M. Hodge:
Red on the Run (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy - Book 1)
Black and White Truth (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy - Book 2)
True Blue Son (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy - Book 3)
Walker Texas Wife (The Book Cellar Mysteries - Book 1)
Texas and Tiaras (The Book Cellar Mysteries - Book 2)
More Great Thrillers from Evolved Publishing:
Broometime Serenade by Barry Metcalf
Forgive Me, Alex by Lane Diamond
Shatter Point by Jeff Altabef
Whispers of the Dead by C.L. Roberrts-Huth
My first featured author is Victoria Keogh. I read her book "Exit Five from Charing Cross" and absolutely loved it!
A life built on a lie.
Rich investment banker, Jake, has everything he’s ever dreamed about. Money, a beautiful wife, two children.
But nothing in Jake’s world is as it seems. He dislikes his wife, never sees his children and is in so much debt there doesn’t appear to be a way out...unless....?
Faced with the only decision that seems to make sense, he makes a choice that will change all their lives forever.
Here's my 5 Star Review
This mystery was a delight to read. Not only did it keep my interest throughout, it was also well-crafted and suspenseful. It's a story of a man, Jake, whose whole life has been built upon lies. The first part of the story reminded me of The Great Gatsby and Jude the Obscure. The main character family's is relatively poor and when he finds out that he's been given a full scholarship to Oxford, his parents chide him for trying to rise above his station. He leaves for Oxford anyway and becomes a good friend with Adam, a fellow student, who comes from a very rich an upper-class family.
He falls in love with Adam's girlfriend, Jane, and the three of them are inseparable. Jake rises to the top of his profession as an investment banker and marries Adam's sister who is a gold-digger who demands expensive jewelry, a housekeeper, masseuse, a chef, and a nanny. The author foreshadows that all of this pretense of expensive houses with several servants will soon come crashing down. When he meets a mysterious young woman at a coffee shop, she reminds him of all of the things he's always wanted. Hoping to start a new life with her, he decides that "something had to be done" and comes up with an elaborate plan. Like "A Girl on a Train", the narrator is very unreliable and is full of surprises; and that just made me want to keep reading and find out what will happen next. I highly recommend this book.