Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Blood Foam

Blood Foam by Brendan DuBois
2/13/24 (originally 6/8/15) ; 246 pages
Severn River Publishing
Lewis Cole #9

Blood Foam by Brendan DuBois is an excellent, very highly recommended addition to the series. Retired Department of Defense analyst Lewis Cole helps his friend, journalist Paula Quinn find her missing fiancĂ©,  attorney Mark Spencer.

Still waiting on the insurance payment for his fire-damaged home on Tyler Beach, Lewis Cole agrees to help Paula find Mark who has been missing for several days. He and the police assume an accident sent Mark off the road and his body will be found soon, but he still begins searching for Paula's sake. The search quickly becomes complicated and dangerous, requiring some assistance from Felix Tinois, a "security consultant," as they try to evade a truly bad guy.

Another superb well-written Lewis Cole novel features a compelling case, lightning-fast pace, surprising revelations, some good food, and heart-stopping action in the intricate plot. As this series is being re-released, I am enjoying it more and more with each new addition to this action/adventure series. Lewis and Felix are both familiar interesting characters, along with Paula, and other known characters in the series make an appearance. This was an un-put-downable, stay-up-late to finish novel. DuBois is a wonderful writer. Thanks to Severn River Publishing for providing me with an advance reader's copy via Edelweiss. My review is voluntary and expresses my honest opinion.

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