Welcome to my spot on the tour for Blood Trail by Tony Park! Thank you to Zooloo’s Book Tours for the copies of these books and the opportunity to be on the tour. Be sure to let me know what you think in the comments.
Evil is at play in a South African game reserve.
A poacher vanishes into thin air, defying logic, and baffling ace tracker Mia Greenaway.
Meanwhile Captain Sannie van Rensburg, still reeling from a personal tragedy, is investigating the disappearance of two young girls who locals fear have been abducted for use in sinister traditional medicine practices.
But poachers are also employing witchcraft, paying healers for potions they believe will make them invisible and bulletproof.
When a tourist goes missing, Mia and Sannie must work together to confront their own demons – which challenges everything they believe in – while following a bloody trail that seems to vanish at every turn.
Blood Trail is my first read by Tony Park and it was quite good. This is a thriller filled with action and animals. The plot follows the struggles from Covid-19, and the lockdown in South Africa.
I really enjoyed how realistic this felt. It was interesting to see what the effects of the pandemic was, as well as traditions and beliefs. It added an element to the story that I appreciated.
Twists and turns are a plenty in Blood Trail. It kept me guessing until the very end. I enjoyed this one very much and I will definitely read more by this author in the future.
Thank you to Zooloos Book Tours for the review copy and the opportunity to honestly review this book on the tour. All opinions are my own and unbiased.
Tony Park is the author of 19 bestselling thriller novels set in Africa and six non fiction biographies.
Tony had worked as a reporter, a press secretary, a PR consultant and a freelance write, He also served 34 years in the Australian Army Reserve, including six months in Afghanistan in 2002.
Tony and his wife, Nicola, divide their time between Sydney and southern Africa, where they own a home on the border of the Kruger National Park. Tony’s 18th novel, Last Survivor went to number one in adult fiction in South Africa.
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