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“The Kind Worth Killing” by Peter Swanson

The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson is an enthralling and captivating book that will leave readers wanting more. From the very first page, the story hooks you in and pulls you along with its suspense and twists.

The Story

The story follows Lily Kintner, who is out for drinks with a stranger she has just met, Ted Severson. After a few drinks, Ted reveals to Lily an appalling plan he has to murder his wife.

Lily is intrigued, but Ted does not know that Lily has a dark past of her own. As the story progresses, Lily and Ted embark on a twisted game of cat and mouse that will keep readers on the edge of their seat.

The Writing

The writing style of The Kind Worth Killing is superb. The author does a fantastic job of setting the tone, creating tension, and building suspense. The story is a roller coaster of emotions and the twists and turns will keep readers guessing and engaged until the very end. Every chapter is filled with unexpected and intriguing events that will keep readers guessing.

The Characters

The characters are also well-developed and dynamic. You will find yourself rooting for some characters while dreading the actions of others. The characters are all flawed in some way, making them all the more interesting and believable.


Overall, The Kind Worth Killing is an excellent book that will leave readers wanting more. It is a thrilling story with an unpredictable plot and engaging characters. If you are looking for an exciting and suspenseful read, this is the book for you.

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