One of the books in the trilogy – Greg Iles Mississippi Blood Book is now available for download! If are looking the final books of the Natchez Burning trilogy, then this is your chance. Greg Iles is regarded to be one of today’s best popular fiction storyteller that earned him his undoubted fame. A best selling author bringing you three books finely made in seven years. Readers had been taken to the edge of their seat and are now entering the resolution of the Natchez Burning trilogy.
The Mississippi Blood Book tells about Penn Cage – a furious prosecutor having years of great experience faces the toughest fight of his career – trying to uncover the crime of his father Dr. Tom Cage. But, what is even chilling is the true crime that Dr. Cage has done which slowly digs a hole to his grave. Will Dr. Cage crack open the secrets of his past and be locked up in jail for a lifetime or reveal the truth and takes his secrets along with his grave early? The Mississippi Blood is an epic popular fiction book that hooks you up and even ask for more!
Mississippi Blood is Greg Iles’ latest book and you can get it all for free in this website that offers free pdf and epub books. If you also want to know other of Greg Iles books, then here are the list of the books in this trilogy : Natchez Burning, The Bone Tree, and the Quiet Game. As for this particular book download, you will not be getting all of the book list of Greg Iles’ work but only the Mississippi Blood Book. We also have provided some Mississippi Blood Book reviews from verified readers and buyers from Amazon that you may want to check out.
Readers’ Review on Greg Iles’ Mississippi Blood Book
I’.ve been( patiently ?)waiting for the conclusion of this trilogy, but I believe it was worth it Iles characterizations are such that I feel like if I ran into them on the street I could start an immediate discussion. I do feel like this one ran a little long as the author took forever to peel the world’s largest literary onion. Although usually very accurate about legal matters; “the trial” in this book had enough procedural errors to get any verdict overturned multiple times. I find his views of Mississippi and the south really interesting and educational. I find myself hoping to visit Natchez and The Natchez Trace before too long. This series in general and this book in particular have one of the longest and most intricate plots I have seen.
I’ve been an avid reader for over 60 years now, collecting thousands of (primarily) hard cover books written by authors who have impressed me with their story-telling skills, their intelligent plots and sub-plots, their cast of (usually unique) supporting characters, their ability to paint vivid pictures to help immerse me in their stories, their artful presentation of surprising (and sometimes shocking) twists and turns that cause me to reassess and reorganize my thoughts, and the clever use of words and phrases that can cause me to laugh out loud or shed an occasional tear. And it should be easy to see from my first long sentence that my use of “run on” sentences will always prevent me from being a writer.
There are actually very few authors whom I have read (and collected) each and every one of their books. Greg Iles is one of them, along with Dennis Lehane, Stephen King, and James Lee Burke. I have enjoyed the works of several other authors over the years and then stopped reading/collecting them because they kept repeating the same formula (which became stale), their characters remained stagnant and failed to grow, or the impact they were once able to shock and surprise you with had disappeared from their writing. It was obvious in a few cases that “ghost writers” had stepped in and continued with their story lines when they were no longer able to write, which simply affirmed the use of formula writing.
– Scott E. High
What strikes me about this book is that after reading it, I got the distinct impression that the trilogy was brilliantly planned from the very beginning. Except for a kitchen counter that turns from marble to concrete ( in a he smart book) this novel is flawless. Iles isn’t lazy. His characters are fresh and not stereotypical. There are a few unanswered questions, but they are superfluous. The study is closed, although I’d welcome another penn book. Iles writes the closest to Faulkner I’ve read since Faulkner.
– Dola L. Deloff
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