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Kill Me Goodbye by A K Reynolds

Genre: Fiction
Publisher: Dark Edge Press
Source: Random Things Tours
Rating: 3’5/5
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About The Book

Jo Finnegan is attacked while leaving work one evening by criminals threatening her more harm if she does not provide them with information she doesn’t have.
When she gets home, Jo finds her sister dead in her front room, and her wife missing. When the police arrive and arrest her, while she is still in shock from the events of the night, Jo realises she’s been framed for her sister’s murder. But that’s only the beginning of her nightmare.


My Thoughts

What would you do if you arrived at your house and you saw your sister dead and your wife missing? Be scared and call the police, am I right? But what if the police appears and you become the main suspect of the killing? Then a race against the clock will begin to find the truth and discover what really happened.
This is the story of Jo Finnegan, how she has to fight to discover the truth while her world is crumbling around her, because everyone seems to want to kill her. Even if she has no idea what’s happening around her, she trusts her instincts and fights with all her energy to be alive and find her missing wife.
It’s quite easy to get gripped by the story with all the action in it, Jo is hunted by someone she doesn’t know but is ready to fight to continue alive. The story is intriguing and it’s not fully revealed till the end, so it’s quite interesting to make your own plots while reading the story.
But I have to admit that I didn’t enjoy the ending much, maybe because I would have chosen something different, but this is something personal, I don’t trust people that lie to me.
If you are looking for a non-stop thriller full of action and with no-one to trust, this is your next read, believe me.
Are you ready to “Kill Me Goodbye”?


About The Author

A K Reynolds is the pen name used by husband and wife writing team Andy and Kath Reynolds.
Kath provides the ideas for their stories and writes the thought processes of their fictional characters. Andy does most of the plotting and writes the action scenes.
Kath has worked in a women’s refuge and latterly as a consultant; Andy is a former lawyer.