Blood in the Bayou

Blood in the Bayou Summary

On her first assignment since her promotion to SSA status in the Serial Crimes Unit of the FBI, Jade Monroe and her new partner, Lorenzo DeLeon, are tasked to southern Louisiana, where disturbing discoveries have been made. Human bones have been found in numerous sites deep in bayou country, and the locals aren't too excited about having outsiders poking around in their business.

When Jade has a chance meeting with a local hunter, she finds his assistance exactly what she needs to break through that unwelcoming barrier. She brings him on board as their go-between.
The hunter inserts himself into their investigation and gains Jade's trust, but is he authentic, or does he have his own agenda?

A bone-chilling blindside and a dangerous chase through the Louisiana swamps is just the beginning, but the question remains—is Jade the hunter, or is she the one being hunted?

FBI Agent Jade Monroe Live or Die Series books are listed in chronological order below

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Editorial Review

"Recently promoted to a new role within the FBI, Senior Special Agent Jade Monroe and her partner, SSA Lorenzo DeLeon, are sent to Louisiana to find out why fresh piles of human bones are showing up near the swamps. With plenty of suspicious locals, including a good old boy determined to help, this adventure lands Jade in her murkiest waters yet. A delicious start to a promising new series." Angela M., Line Editor, Red Adept Editing



Book Reviews

Grand Marais Cheryl

This was a nailbiter intense2 star

This book kept me reading all night could not put it down25

Pins4

Blood In The Bayou5 star

If you like a good murder mystery this is it. The guy was good but in the end he gets his.55

Issy's MomMom

Where’s the book2 star

I downloaded and I only have a sample—the first 25 pages. 🤨 I removed download, reinstalled and it was fine. I really enjoy this author’s books and will read more.25

sea trout hunter

Great story line.5 star

Captivating story. Well written55

Benglenola

Disappointed1 star

I have liked Sutter’s books until now. This is the worst depiction of my home state since the horrible movie The Big Easy. Seriously? Has Sutter ever been to La.? Alligators waiting for someone to just hit the water so they can eat them? Don’t even get me started on the pigs and the offensive depiction of hunters. Shame on you!15



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