A Measure of Blood
“A Measure of Blood” demonstrates that the manufactured intra-departmental conflict prevalent in most crime fiction isn't necessary to provide drama or suspense when the plot is compelling and the characters well drawn.
— From Post-Gazette
review by freelance writer Kathleen Guzzi
The major crimes commander collects his best detectives to investigate the murder of a woman, and the son she left behind. The police have just one clue—the man who killed Maggie Brown claims he was the boy's father.
But is it true?
Set in Pittsburgh, and brimming with page-turning action, the puzzle within A Measure of Blood turns out to be very complex and culminates in a race to save the boy.
Softcover, 352 pages.
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Read the Post-Gazette review.