Another good installment with more expanded characters, more character development, some old characters making a cameo, and a new mystery. Is this the death of a nemesis and the birth of a new power? We'll see in the next book.
Bloodline runs a little more on emotion and mental imagery than some previous books in the series. For action fans, there's still plenty to keep the pages turning.
I like the addition of Tucker and Kane, hope to see them again here, and in their own stories as I believe their dynamic works well as a couple and can carry their own series.
A little disappointed in Monk's prosthetic arm, as it seems to be a convenient out when the story gets backed into a corner, like Cussler writing himself into his stories.