The plot moves along fairly quickly, keeping the audience guessing about the ending (which I am mad at myself for not figuring out!)
This novel is for a more mature audience, as it does contain violent images, inappropriate language, and disturbing material. That being said, the violence and language doesn’t overpower the plot but rather compliments it. Robert does a solid job of developing his characters in their respective chapters, as well as the secondary characters he includes. It was easy to discern between characters and follow their actions.
I would recommend ‘Kiss of Death’ to readers who like murder mysteries filled with plot twists. The ending of this novel makes the read worthwhile.
Jessica - Goodreads
"The beginning chapters introducing the characters were a bit slow for me, but once the background was laid it moved at a good pace. The suspense started at the beginning of the book and carried throughout the novel, ending with a total surprise. The deaths at the end were a bit much for my taste but all in all, I did enjoy the book and recommend it to others."
Carol H - Goodreads
"Crime thrillers aren't usually my thing because they all are kind of the same to me but this one was way different. I've never read one quite like this one before. I liked the immortal beings that were thrown in there, it was a nice touch. Some things I felt like could have been done better but those were just pet peeves of mine so I won't even name them."
Ashley T - Goodreads