Monday, February 16, 2015

The Kind Worth Killing Says:
I didn't actually like any of the characters in the book, but with this kind of story I believe that would be hard to do.  There's a strong life lesson in here that even the rich cannot buy happiness. 

A man disappointed and distraught about his wife's affair and a beautiful sociopath.  A long flight with plenty of time to talk, suggest.......and plan.  What could go wrong?  Does anyone even think the plan is wrong at all?  Hmn.  Read and find out!

Out in February, published by William Morrow.

On a night flight from London to Boston, Ted Severson meets the stunning and mysterious Lily Kintner. Sharing one too many martinis, the strangers begin to play a game of truth, revealing very intimate details about themselves. Ted talks about his marriage that’s going stale and his wife Miranda, who he’s sure is cheating on him. Ted and his wife were a mismatch from the start—he the rich businessman, she the artistic free spirit—a contrast that once inflamed their passion, but has now become a cliché.

But their game turns a little darker when Ted jokes that he could kill Miranda for what she’s done. Lily, without missing a beat, says calmly, “I’d like to help.” After all, some people are the kind worth killing, like a lying, stinking, cheating spouse. . . .

Back in Boston, Ted and Lily’s twisted bond grows stronger as they begin to plot Miranda’s demise. But there are a few things about Lily’s past that she hasn’t shared with Ted, namely her experience in the art and craft of murder, a journey that began in her very precocious youth.

Suddenly these co-conspirators are embroiled in a chilling game of cat-and-mouse, one they both cannot survive . . . with a shrewd and very determined detective on their tail.