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March 20, 2017

Review of BLOQ by Alan Jones

by Chantelle Atkins       Reviewer Rating: 4 Stars      

Bloq is an accomplished crime thriller, which pits an unlikely pair of heroes against a particularly vile enemy. Bill Ingram, devoted father and grieving widower, is excited that his only daughter Carol is on her way home to Glasgow for Christmas. He arrives at the station to meet her, but she never turns up. With the police uninterested, Bill is forced to turn detective and drive down to London to try to piece together Carols’ last movements. He soon discovers a link between his daughter and Aleksander, the owner of Bloq, an up and coming London nightclub. What lengths will an ordinary father go to in order to rescue his daughter?

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