Kill Me If You Can by Nicole Young

Confused and fearful of the feelings invoked by her friend, police officer Brad Walters, Tish Amble escapes to the Upper Peninsula in search of the family her grandmother blamed for her mother’s suicide.

Planning to renovate the summer home she remembers from her last days with her mother, Tish discovers the men in her family have a shady past, an aunt who despises everyone except Tish and finding the truth can be a painful and dangerous task.

Nicole Young follows her debut novel, Love Me If You Must, with another enthralling mystery encompassing dysfunctional families, the insidious grip of criminal behaviour and the continuing journey of Tish’s heart. The complexity of Tish’s character is a joy to read as she struggles with the emotional pain of abandonment, the desperate need to connect with her seemingly unsavoury family and battles her attachment to Brad . The suspense is intriguing and kept me turning each page with anticipation and not a little anxiety! Kill Me If You Can finishes with a killer ending, ensuring Nicole’s third instalment, Kiss Me If You Dare, flys off the shelves in February, 2009.


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