Ken Ogilvie, Joffe Books and I would like to say an enormous THANK YOU to the awesome Bloggers who helped with the Blog Tour for HOUND. Your help in promoting this book is very much appreciated.
Bloggers give their time and expertise freely to help authors publicise their books. They make a BIG difference to how well a new release sells as well as helping readers to find their next read. Read on to see what these amazing people thought about HOUND
Linda Strong Book Reviews
This is a well written crime fiction … full of non-stop action .. and finely drawn characters. I look forward to the next adventure for Rebecca and Hound. Read more here
Joanna Larum’s Reviews
The action in this book speeds along and I was drawn into it, constantly turning the page to find out more. I didn’t want to put the book down and that, for me, is the sign of a good book. I was also very taken with the description of the wonderful scenery which made me want to be able to visit it in real life. Read more here
Ginger Book Geek
Reading ‘Hound’ was like being on an unpredictable and at times scary rollercoaster ride with not much of an idea in which direction the story is going to take you. I smugly thought that I had fathomed out how the story was going to pan out but I soon realised that I had the wrong end of the stick and the story panned out very differently to how I had imagined it would. Read more here
It goes from past to present in seemless manner, and definitely had me gripped. Some parts confused me so needed to be reread, but that could just be me reading too fast, and not retaining the information well. But over all a highly enjoyable read, and I’d definitely read more by Ken. Read more here
Nicki’s book blog
This is the second in the series (Her Dark Path being the first one)
but will happily stand alone. An interesting read. I would love to know more about
Rebecca and her home life and loves and those of her fellow detectives. We learnt
more about her in the final few chapters where both threads come together
nicely. An enjoyable read. Read more here
Turn The Page Blog
Black Books Blog
This book centres around a woman called Jackie, who is out for revenge against Rebecca as Rebecca’s Grandfather scammed Jackie’s family and has escaped from prison to get her revenge. This is where Hound comes into play, he is a giant of a man who loves Rebecca and would do anything in his power to protect her. He is soon on the trail of Jackie as he tries to get to her before she gets to Rebecca. Overall this is an action packed book, which I loved as it was so fast paced the pages flew by. Read more here
Hound (Rebecca Bradley #2) by Ken Ogilvie
Do you love mysteries with intricate plots and new locations? Meet Detective Rebecca Bradley as she faces an escaped serial killer whose next target IS THE POLICEWOMAN HERSELF.
Rebecca Bradley put serial killer Jackie Caldwell in prison. She had the assistance of Hound, a giant young man who’s in love with Rebecca.
But then Jackie murders a prison guard and escapes. She heads north to her home town of Conroy, where she hides out in the forest to evade a massive police search.
She’s burning with hatred for Rebecca, and wants revenge for the financial ruin of her family twenty years ago in a goldmining scam by Rebecca’s villainous grandfather.
Jackie also hates Rebecca’s wealthy father, who betrayed and then helped the police apprehend Jackie’s sleazebag lover, Kingsley McBride.
Hound pursues Jackie in a bone-chilling chase through the eastern Georgian Bay forest . He faces a race against time to save the woman he loves.
Discover a new crime writer who will have you gripped till the pulsating end.
Rebecca Bradley was psychologically damaged by the unsolved murder of her mother when she was eight years of age. Driven by her mission to catch the murderer and make him pay for his crime, Rebecca is obsessed with justice and retribution, and is haunted by dreams of revenge.
REBECCA BRADLEY SERIES
Book 1: HER DARK PATH
Book 2: HOUND
KEN OGILVIE is a new mystery writing author, with Her Dark Path as his first book. Prior to taking up writing, Ken worked in a variety of roles in the environmental policy domain, including positions with three governments in Canada (Federal, Manitoba and Ontario) and as the Executive Director of Pollution Probe, one of Canada’s premier environmental groups. He remains active as a consultant on energy and climate change, and sits on the Boards of two national nonprofit organizations – the Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development, and Quality Urban Energy Systems of Tomorrow. He is well-known across Canada for his environmental work, and has received two honourary doctorates from the University of Waterloo, Ontario, and Thompson Rivers University, British Columbia.