Blood Born
Kathryn Fox
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May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM By Kathryn Fox

For pathologist and forensic physician Dr Anya Crichton, the death of a gang rape victim hours before she is due to give evidence at trial is a double tragedy The violent Harbourn brothers, the girl s accused attackers, now look like they will escape prosecution But the Harbourns trail of destruction doesn t end there When two sisters are brutally assaulted and one ofFor pathologist and forensic physician Dr Anya Crichton, the death of a gang rape victim hours before she is due to give evidence at trial is a double tragedy The violent Harbourn brothers, the girl s accused attackers, now look like they will escape prosecution But the Harbourns trail of destruction doesn t end there When two sisters are brutally assaulted and one of them is killed, Anya begins working round the clock to catch the Harbourns and nail their ringleader, the deviously clever Gary With the help of Detective Kate Farrer and the surprise involvement of star litigator Dan Brody, she begins to discover just how twisted this family really is, and what they re capable of In Dr Anya Crichton s most difficult case yet, she must piece together the evidence before a killer s attention is turned on her
  • Title: Blood Born
  • Author: Kathryn Fox
  • ISBN: 9780061353345
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback

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Kathryn May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
A very readable Anya Crichton (not that I've had a bad one in the series yet!), despite the, once again, horrendous subject matter. But I get pulled into her books and just want to keep reading! There were several parts which could have done with some more fleshing out as particular events were presented as if they'd been mentioned before and had me flicking back to find what I'd missed (but I hadn't missed anything).But definitely gripping, spine-chilling reads.
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☼♄Jülie  May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
#4 in the Anya Crichton series.Although I did enjoy this 4th book in the series, I felt it didn't quite fill it's potential. K.Fox had all the ingredients here and all the talent to make this a real gripping read but, to my mind it just fell short.Having said that, I would still recommend this book as a part of the series, as it does hold it's own (as a part of this series) and I think she [K.Fox] will improve with each successive book.I have come late to this series2014d It occurred to me that [...]
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Julie May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
I am on a Kathryn Fox binge at the moment, reading her fabulous Aussie crime books in order. They just keep me enthralled and I am missing out on sleep because I can't seem to put them down. This one is back on the trail of Forensic Physician, Dr Anya Chrichton, who is helping police solve more crimes. Three cheers for Kathryn Fox's plucky heroine!
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Carolyn May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
In this fourth novel in the Anya Crichton series, Anya returns from her her visit to the US in time to give evidence in a gang rape trial involving three brothers from the very nasty Harbourn family. The girl who was raped, Giverny, has already had to give evidence at one mistrial is now expected to go through it all again. When Giverny's lawyer, Natasha and Anya arrive to collect Giverny for Court, they find she has apparently committed suicide, although Anya is convinced the Harbourns are some [...]
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David May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
The fourth Dr. Anya Crichton novel medical thriller novel by Australian author Kathryn Fox. Following a brutal gang rape mistrial, teenager Giverny Hart is found near death on the morning she is due to give evidence in the re-trial. Whilst unsuccessfully and frantically attempting to save her life, Anya destroys crucial evidence and the alleged perpetrators, the Harbourn brothers walk free. Compounding Anya's guilt, two sisters are raped, with one being found murdered on the same evening the Har [...]
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Tara Moss May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Kathryn Fox, Australia’s answer to Patricia Cornwell, gives us crime through the eyes of a believable and authentic medical practitioner. As a practicing physician, Fox saw victims of crime in her own office, and she writes on the subject with authority and passion. Her protagonist, pathologist and forensic physician Dr. Anya Critchton, is troubled by injustice, and in the fourth novel Blood Born, she finds herself embroiled in a brutal gang rape case and haunted by the death of the gang’s t [...]
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Paula Clark May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Great to see Anya taking centre stage again following her overseas work schedule/commitments in the previous book.This really gave me an insight into the frustrations faced by our law enforcement agencies and their associates. It was also a realistic look into the procedures and limitations of the forensic world. Both of these combined gave the story a very "real" feel for me and it frustrated the heck out of me - the whole system is like playing a strategic game and it leaves you wondering who [...]
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Teresa in Ohio May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Another strong forensic thriller set in austraila with Dr Anna Crichton. Woman are brutally gang raped nd either killed. Or left to die. E rly on they have trio of suspects but can't make the charges stick as more victims come forward, anna is dtermined to see justice happen
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Carol May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
I am really addicted to Kathryn Fox's books. This one had lots of twists and turns and when I finisehd reading itI sat back and went WOW didn't see that one coming. I must admit that on more then one occasion I was squirming a little bit, but what a great book.
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Krystle May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
After my bad bout with a Kathy Reich book, I was a bit skeptical with this one. The former had bored me to death with with the terms used.The little synopsis at the back of the book was interesting. Although this book had many forensic science-y terms, it was easy to keep up with. And if I came across a term that I didn't understand, I'd simply google it up. Certain novels can be very heavy on courtroom and law terms, and can be hard to follow for someone who has no knowledge of the field. So I [...]
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Chava May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
I can't get enough of Kathryn Fox's Anya Creighton series. Loved this book as well.
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Emjlkas May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
A great read! I was on the edge of my seat. I am eager to read the rest of the series!
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Elusive May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
In ‘Bloodborn’, Anya is up against a savage family who have brutally raped and murdered several girls yet they have continued to get away with their crimes due to their intelligence and loyalty towards each other. Things take a turn for the worse when one of their victims, Giverny is found with a cord around her neck on the morning she’s due to give evidence in court and subsequently takes her last breath. After the Harbourn brothers are released, two sisters are attacked but it’s gettin [...]
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Alex Telander May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Posted with permission from the Sacramento Book ReviewDr. Anya Crichton, the brilliant forensic pathologist from Without Consent and Malicious Intent returns with her most chilling case yet. Two young girls have been brutally attacked: one is left dead, the other raped and abused, barely surviving. Crichton is pulled into the case, and the reader soon learns that the doctor will stop at nothing, due to her care for anyone abused and victimized, but also drawing in some history involving herself [...]
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Victoria May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
I actually enjoyed this Australian thriller a lot more than I expected that I would. I generally hate to read series books out of order, so I am not quite sure how this fourth book in a series came to my attention originally. But, after finishing it, I was quite relieved that the book worked quite well as a standalone - there were only a few moments when I had that feeling that I was missing something that had been covered in the previous novels in the series. And it didn’t seem like any of th [...]
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Winna May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
After Cold Grave, I immediately ordered another copy of Kathryn Fox's Anya Crichton books and got this one because it piqued my interest the most.Compared to Cold Grave, this one is actually a series of actual cases, some seemingly irrelevant or unrelated, but intertwine nicely in the end. I do wish it's been smaller in scope, as in Cold Grave, because I find my attention shift from one plot to another, frustrated that they do not seem to make any sense to the actual story until the end.The char [...]
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Don May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Without giving way too much of the plot it is difficult to describe this book other than to say it is another gripping whodunnit from Kathryn Fox.In the Harbourn family, sexual assaults, murders and intimidation all appear to be normal. Doctor Anya Crichton is once again called upon to find the perpetrators of these crimes and the Harbourns are her main suspects! But which member of the family is it? And how have family members managed to avoid past convictions?These questions are central to Blo [...]
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Sapples May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Being an avid reader of crime and murder genres, I thought that it would be a good idea to go off the beaten track with famous crime writers such as Huston, Connnelly, Parker and so on and take on lesser known authors such as Fox. Huge mistake on my part. The plot was as thick as a half ply toilet paper. The climax was as subtle as a sneaky fart at a funeral. The book is basically a graveyard of words stuck on pages and glued together with dried up tears of disappointment. Word of advice, anyone [...]
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Sophie May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Fox's fourth book sees the return of Dr Anya Crichton, forensic pathologist and wound expert. A trial goes horribly wrong and a young girl is found with horrific injuries, her sister raped and dead inside the house. A couple of well-placed twists towards the end take the story in a unexpected directions, which keep the tension going right to the final pages. Compelling reading, especially for those who have got to know the main characters through Fox's previous books.I would recommend this book [...]
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Ellen May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
I've had this book for ages and only just got around to reading it. Was it worth the wait? Maybe.On one hand, an Australian crime novel is a bit of a novelty even here in Britain. However, as much as I wanted to bond with, like or even just admire protagonist Dr. Anya Crichton, I couldn't quite do so. She just wasn't well enough developed for me to do so. Also, whilst Fox does bring in an interesting twist (I knew she had to connect the dots, but I wasn't sure she'd do it in that manner!), the p [...]
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V.E. Lynne May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Fourth book in the Anya Crichton series sees the pathologist dealing with the worst family of criminals she has ever encountered - the Harbourns. On the day that one of their victims, Giverny Hart, is due to testify against them she is found dead. It is surely the work of the Harbourns but they have an alibi and a mother who is willing to go to any lengths to protect them. This is the first Anya Crichton book I have read and I would happily read another although I found the competing storylines [...]
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Ellie May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
OK, it has been a while since I read the previous book in the series but I felt like I was missing something as I read. The Harbourns are quite obviously guilty of a lot of crimes prior to the start of the book. I find it hard to believe that they are all still free however I'm not familiar with the Austalian justice system. The judge's prejudices seemed a bit unrealistic to me too, would he really be allowed to act in that manner and get away with it for so long?I really enjoyed the first 3 boo [...]
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Fran May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
This is my 6th book in the series and each one has been so hard to put down. Fox's books make for gripping reading and I often find myself reading into the night trying to get to the end. This book was no exception. I only wish that Anya was more human instead of being almost too good to be true. Sometimes, her perfection became too jarring and started to annoy. Still, you could hand me another 10 books in the series and I'd read every single one. And my panda eyes would be able to prove how lit [...]
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Anneb May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
it was a good read even though the protagonist was a bit precious and opinionated and I felt like it was the author making statements about bicycle riders wearing helmets (maybe that was the last book of hers I read), cigarette smoke I want to say, hey, Ms Fox, back off from Dr Crichton, let her be herself without channeling you but it turned pages just fine. One minor bit is that I could not vision the Harbourn men/boys very well.
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Hazel Edwards May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
'Bloodborn' is a medical procedural mystery with recent social issues like domestic and legal abuse with a few coincidences but lots of interesting facts. Actually the third Kathryn Fox novel with doctor sleuth Anya Crichton I've read. Can be read as a stand alone. At times it slips into too much research detail , but it's a change to have such a well informed and experienced author. Some intellelligent twists.
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Darcy May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Anya is back and involved in a series of brutal rapes some ending in deaths that seems to be the work of a pack of brothers from a family that is known to be serial criminals. Through the trials more is brought to light about the family, those that are working on the cases, and the victims and their families. Through out the book you think you know where the author is going, but there are clever twists through out the book and you feel slightly happy with the outcome.
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Sunnie May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Perhaps not quite always believable and resolution a little too neat but hard to put down readNumber 4 in the Anya Crichton series. The above criticisms aside,. Fox is a practising physician and writes from a position of extensive knowledge and experience. That alone combined with interesting characters make BLOOD BORN well worth the time, even if I had to suspend disbelief with the some of the plot from time to time.
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Bluefly May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
Cinque stelline perché, pur non amando i thriller, ho trovato davvero molto difficile scollare gli occhi dalle pagine di questo libro. Donne vittime di violenze spaventose e donne che queste violenze le combattono, tenaci, coraggiose, indipendenti ma che non dimenticano il proprio lato femminile. Il tutto raccontato senza sbavature e una tecnica narrativa da cardiopalma. Una storia forte e commovente.
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Heather May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
What a gripping, spine-chilling book "Blood Born" was, and the subject content was extremely disturbing. The Harbourn family was truly evil and the various members gave me the creeps. I sympathised with Anya and could understand her frustrations with the legal system. Well researches with a tight plot and clever twists, this was an excellent medical thriller.
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Jacquie Rodgers May 30, 2020 - 02:27 AM
This is the first book of Kathryn Fox's I've read and I couldn't wait to get my hands on another one of her novels on completion. I love the fact that she is such a talented Australian author. Her content is always challenging to read and this one did remind me of the Anita Cobby murder in some ways.
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Blood Born By Kathryn Fox For pathologist and forensic physician Dr Anya Crichton, the death of a gang rape victim hours before she is due to give evidence at trial is a double tragedy The violent Harbourn brothers, the girl s accused attackers, now look like they will escape prosecution But the Harbourns trail of destruction doesn t end there When two sisters are brutally assaulted and one ofFor pathologist and forensic physician Dr Anya Crichton, the death of a gang rape victim hours before she is due to give evidence at trial is a double tragedy The violent Harbourn brothers, the girl s accused attackers, now look like they will escape prosecution But the Harbourns trail of destruction doesn t end there When two sisters are brutally assaulted and one of them is killed, Anya begins working round the clock to catch the Harbourns and nail their ringleader, the deviously clever Gary With the help of Detective Kate Farrer and the surprise involvement of star litigator Dan Brody, she begins to discover just how twisted this family really is, and what they re capable of In Dr Anya Crichton s most difficult case yet, she must piece together the evidence before a killer s attention is turned on her

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