If you like murder mysteries with a touch of humor and hot sex, you'll enjoy this book as much as I did.
I kissed her eyelids, then gently brushed her soft, red lips. They tasted of cherry. Rising, pulling away from the body I had just ravaged, I gazed down at Kylee, her pale face peaceful, almost as if she slumbered. Pulling her legs apart, I exposed her for the whore she was.
Teaser (from 20% on my Kindle):
"Winston? Don't take that misogynist to interview Sofia. She'll eat him for breakfast."
Genre: Mystery (Rated R)
Amazon Link: Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die
Book Length: 332 Pages
Author Website: Kelly Marshall Books
Synopsis (from Amazon):
Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die is the third book in the Winston and Strom Novels. Author of 70 books and owner of Venture Galleries, an online marketing and promotional company, Caleb Pirtle lll writes of Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die. “Kelly Marshall writes compelling mysteries and dares you to come along for a ride you will never forget. Tension traps you immediately, then the intensity is strangled with fear. In Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die, I found myself walking the same dark streets where a serial killer walked, the same deadly streets where the lives of beautiful girls can fall without warning into the frightening chill of a nightmare that ends only when they take their final breaths. Detectives know a murderer will strike again, and time, like life itself, is a precious commodity that is quickly running out. Each new sundown may be someone’s last. Kiss the Girls and Make Them Die is a haunting, terrifying journey, and I dare you to breathe during the final fifty pages.
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I've featured two of Kelly Marshall's books on my blog before. Links:
6 White Roses - A Winston & Strom Mystery (originally titled Millstone)
Full disclosure: Kelly Marshall is a member of my Puyallup, Washington, writing group.