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Friday, July 23, 2010

Blood on His Hands reviewed by Suspense magazine

Blood on his Hands by Mark P. Sadler

A hunt for payback—predator vs. prey—is the underlying electrical current coursing through this
colorful debut thriller by Mark Sadler. The movement of the storyline, written so vividly,
straddles the lines between dark thriller and in your-face horror, as Sadler’s descriptions spill
out with shocking intensity.

Michael Renton was just a typical working Joe with a wife and two sons and while his life was
not the pinnacle of excitement, he was proud of his accomplishments…their accomplishments
as a family. A hard worker, he understands that being away from the wife and kids was a strain
on the family unit, but it would have been much more difficult without the money from hours
of overtime. Unfortunately, all that time away made it tricky to appreciate his wife’s needs
and desires for more. Much more than Michael, a simple man, could ever
offer. Michael could never have prepared himself—even had he fully understood the
true toll his schedule  had taken—for the day he walked in on his wife and her lover.
His American dream was over in an instant...within seconds of a shotgun blast.

Not for the faint of heart, “Blood on his Hands” can make your stomach roll as well as
a roller coaster while Sadler zigzags you on a frenzied chase across the country.

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