The Son - born to save them all.
Dr. Zander Ride grew up a son of The Syndicate, his fate as a career criminal all but sealed. With the help of his mother, he escaped a life of crime...until the night he heard The Syndicate had shot his mother in cold blood.
Zander soon finds refuge in the hands of his mother’s hacktivist group, who want his help bringing down the notorious group once and for all. But it comes with a cost. Managed by a different leader and guided by a new deadly mission, the hacktivists force Zander to confront the truth about his parents and the sacrifices they made for the cause.
In the end, Zander must decide how far he’s willing to go and what he’s willing to sacrifice. Can a child born of The Syndicate bring it all down, or will he be another pointless sacrifice in their struggle for money and power?
[Crime Thriller, Suspense, Women's Fiction] True Blue Son by K.M. Hodge
Evolved Publishing presents the third book in The Syndicate-Born Trilogy, an exploration of what happens when one well-placed group possesses too much power, and how it affects those who just get in its way.
Books by K.M. Hodge
- Red on the Run (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy, Book 1)
- Black and White Truth (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy, Book 2)
- True Blue Son (The Syndicate-Born Trilogy, Book 3)
- Walker Texas Wife (The Book Cellar Mysteries, Book 1)
- Texas and Tiaras (The Book Cellar Mysteries, Book 2)
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What members say
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Hang on as the saga continues
(Note: I received a free promotional code in exchange for my unbiased review.)
The saga continues in the third of Hodge's Syndicate novels. Follow along on the strange ride of Dr. Zander Ride as he navigates the truth about himself and his family. Monique Bagwell again turns in an amazing performance - as narrator, she's easy to follow and enjoyable to the ear, and there's even a hint of noir in her narration that goes perfectly with the story's underlying darkness. Her characterizations bring the story's characters to life with masterful use of accent and voice technique, and make the pictures in your head come to vivid life. It's a thrilling story, well-performed, that will have you wanting to hear what happens next. Check this one out (but for maximum enjoyment, listen to "Red on the Run" and "Black and White Truth" first!).