Intelligent and relentlessly paced, Kill Me is the smart kind of read that fans have come to expect from Stephen White. Kill Me brings Alan Gregory face-to-face with the most challenging case of his career. As always, White's characters are indelible and the dialogue is dead-on, but Kill Me is fresh and thought provoking in a way that's so uncommon in crime fiction. Kill Me delivers on all the promise of White's earlier work and then raises the bar in an unforgettably inventive tale of life and death. This is the book that you won't be able to put down, but more to the point, this is the book that won't go away after readers have raced to the last page. Readers will be asking each other: What would you do? If you could sign upreallywould you?
Raves for KILL ME:
Michael Connelly says:
Stephen White has always been a rock solid writer. But this book should turn heads. Big, provocative, and downright gripping, this is his best yet.
Jeffery Deaver says:
Kill Me is that rarest of creationsa thinking person's thriller. In this age of the same-old, same-old fiction, White's novel stands dizzyingly above the pack. The concept is unique (and brilliant), the writing is sharp, observant, and wry (White's trademark), and every page of this compelling tale is filled with perfectly realized human emotionabout life, death, and family. Superb.