Review: BLOQ, Alan Jones
“Not only action-packed but intelligent”
A gritty crime thriller. Glasgow man Bill Ingram waits in the city’s Central Station to meet his daughter, returning home from London for Christmas. When the last train pulls in, and she doesn’t get off it, he makes a desperate overnight dash to find out why. His search for her takes over his life, costing him his job and, as he withdraws from home, family and friends, he finds himself alone, despairing of ever seeing her again.
This book is a diamond in the rough.
The storyline is deceptively simple: a father goes to meet his daughter from the train, but she never arrives. He must turn detective, and find out what has happened to her. From that point, the reader is led on a rollercoaster ride that is grim, graphic, and gritty… TO READ REVIEW IN FULL, CLICK HERE