KISS ME WHEN I’M DEAD
Reviewed by Author Roy Murry
Daniel Beckett is a detective that projects himself into the lives of many women who fall for his none committal aura. On his mission to find a beautiful missing young lady, Beckett, the smooth one, is interrupted in his quest by well-endowed and interesting women.
It’s not all play. The contract he has with an elderly wealthy gun runner to find his lost daughter is complicated, and it seems she doesn’t want to be found. Some of her acquaints give Beckett clues as to her whereabouts and extra curricula activity that is enjoyed by both parties, if you know what I mean.
The twist and turns of this adventure will keep the reader engaged. You won't know who the bad guys are to the end unless you catch the clues.
Piper’s story is not erotica, but an enjoyable where-is-she. The surprising ending will be a hair rising experience, which will bring the reader to thinking, "What is wrong with some people?"
The writing is smart, witty, and brutal as publicized. I add that it is also an unlikely endeavor that came across as near possibility. Beckett is a sustainable character but will probably die from too much sex in the third book in the series – funny, but true.
If you want a quick read over the weekend, this will do. http://amzn.to/2jGaum1