The Killing Kind is a very engaging novel. The timeline is not quite linear as the story is filled in. You can feel Ingrid’s paranoia, but at times you wonder, is it all just paranoia? I guessed some of the ending, but not all of it and was intrigued as the pieces of the puzzle fell into place. The book moves along quickly. I liked that Ingrid was a strong character. I was disturbed by the stalking and feeling of powerlessness. John Webster kept going everything just short of getting caught.
“I think about death a lot, but I was not thinking about it the day it came for me.” – Great First Line!
“Losing is part of the job but winning is better.”
Overall, The Killing Kind is a thrilling and engaging new novel.
Book Source: Review Copy from Harper Collins as a part of the TLC Book Tour. Thank-you!
About Jane CaseyJANE CASEY is the author of the Maeve Kerrigan novels (Let the Dead Speak, After the Fire) and the Jess Tennant Mysteries (Hide and Seek, Bet Your Life). A graduate of Oxford she also has received a M. Phil from Trinity College, Dublin. Born and raised in Dublin, she lives in London where she works as an editor. Find out more about Jane on her Twitter and Facebook.