Homicide detective, Bruno Norcross, is called to investigate the brutal murder of a college call girl. This isn't just any other crime scene. Bruno has seen this scene before, only the last time, the killer got away leaving Bruno feeling as though his career is incomplete. Nobody escapes Bruno's grasp twice and when his nemesis arises again, it’s time to bring him in. A serial killer, only known as the Kiss of Death, is back, only this time he made a mistake. A witness, like no other, was left behind and this witness knows the victim better than anyone.


Rosie's stalker, Ashley Truelove knows everything about her, from what she wears to who she sees. The question isn't can Ashley help Bruno catch the killer, but will he? With meager and confusing clues, two known victims and time running out, Bruno realizes that the cost of bringing the murderer to justice will be paid in blood. With the police Sergeant on his back to catch this killer and provide justice for the death of his daughter, Bruno is racing against time. Kiss of Death only hunts occasionally and time is running out before he vanishes again. Can Bruno find the evidence to stop him or will he escape his clutches once again?



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There is always a touch of truth behind every legend. A glimmer of sadness that lives on in the minds the people who were touched so deeply by the tragedy that it is never truly forgotten. The fear and sorrow out live all those affected. The suicide pool is one such legend that still claims the lives of the broken hearted.

Logan Lupus becomes involved the investigation of his lost love Jamie's suicide, but was it really a suicide? The deeper he dives into the mysterious Suicide Pool legend, the higher the body count climbs and the more convinced he is that there is more to the story. The more he is certain that the legend is hiding a mad man’s murder spree.


Who is next to fall victim to the legend? The heart broken twin sister, the mourning widow of a fallen brother or Logan himself? Chasing a legend isn’t easy, but running from a madman is even harder.