Kiss Of Death

Kiss Of Death Review

A young woman's body is found with puncture marks on her neck, and soon the delicious word vampire is on everyone's lips. All of FBI profiler Sophie Anderson's skills—psychic and psychological—will be needed for her to determine whether this was a thrill kill or something even more sinister.

Exploring the blood bars and Goth clubs of L.A., Sophie immerses herself in the seductive culture of self-styled vampires. Posing as the alluring Lady Veronica and infiltrating a notorious clan, Sophie will learn just how deep the fantasy goes for some believers.

When life requires death, nothing is sacred.

Title:Kiss Of Death
Edition Language:English

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  • Brenda

    4.5★sWhen FBI profiler Sophie Anderson woke from the nightmare which seemed so real, she was disorientated – but the credits rolling on the TV screen in front of her made her realize that it must ...

  • Saturnus

    This was my first Sophie andersson book, but definitly not my last!I have never read about vampyrism in crime, but it was interesting. Sophie is a strong charachter that i can recognize myself in. She...

  • Little Dino

    This book is written in first person point of view (Sophie’s POV) which made me realize that for someone who works for FBI she is very immature and unprofessional. While working on this case where p...

  • Kimberley

    I picked this book up at my local library and I was somewhat hooked to the read! I actually really enjoyed this book and I will be searching for all of the other Sophie Anderson editions! :) ...

  • Andy

    My fault, I admit it: I was expecting this book to be set in Australia.My preferred way to read books or watch movies: Learn just enough to know that I want to read it/watch it, put it on my shelf on ...

  • Sarah

    The opening scene features the vision/dream, experienced by FBI profiler Sophie Anderson, of a girl being pursued at night. This sets the tone for the book and introduces to new readers (like me) the ...

  • Shelleyrae at Book'd Out

    I was lucky to win Kiss of Death in the Goodreads Giveaway. I hadn't read any of the previous books in the series and I was excited to have the chance as it blends my two favourite genres - crime/myst...

  • Tez

    With two puncture wounds in her neck, an exsanguinated corpse was likely the victim of vampires...or people who think they are. FBI profiler Sophie Anderson works with the LAPD to investigate the case...

  • Tanya Sylvester

    I thought this book was okay. I was into in because even when there were only 50 pages more to go, I wasn't sure who the killer was. Turns out, it was someone who we (the reader) hadn't met. We'd hear...

  • April

    I really enjoyed this book. I won this from Goodreads first reads, giveaway. I was afraid that it being book #5 that I would be confused, but that was not the case. I liked Sophie and her direct clear...