Kiss Of Death



Kiss Of Death book cover

Homicide detective, Bruno Norcross, is called to investigate the brutal murder of a college call girl. This isn’t just any other crime scene. Bruno has seen this scene before, only the last time, the killer got away leaving Bruno feeling as though his career is incomplete. Nobody escapes Bruno’s grasp twice and when his nemesis arises again, it’s time to bring him in. A serial killer, only known as the Kiss of Death, is back, only this time he made a mistake. A witness, like no other, was left behind and this witness knows the victim better than anyone.

Rosie’s stalker, Ashley Truelove knows everything about her, from what she wears to who she sees. The question isn’t can Ashley help Bruno catch the killer, but will he? With meager and confusing clues, two known victims and time running out, Bruno realizes that the cost of bringing the murderer to justice will be paid in blood. With the police Sergeant on his back to catch this killer and provide justice for the death of his daughter, Bruno is racing against time. Kiss of Death only hunts occasionally and time is running out before he vanishes again. Can Bruno find the evidence to stop him or will he escape his clutches once again?

"The plot held up and kept me guessing all the way through until the final chapter. This book is a complete page turner, and I was in shock at who the killer actually turned out to be, well done Robert."
Whispering Stories
"When I started this book I quite liked the concept and I was curious about how this would unfold. It had a lot of potential to turn into a great crime story! And it did, for a big part."
Romi Reads
" I highly recommend for any psychological thriller fans out there. It's a classic noir detective book with a 21st century technological spin as the hunt for the Kiss of Death begins. Be sure to pick up your copies of Kiss of Death by Robert Skuce today!"
Author Anthony Avina's Blog
"For this type of genre, it’s pretty good. The author knows how to write a decent plot; the suspense, the foreshadowing, the little twist at the end where everything crashes down full circle"
"While I wasn’t drawn to the author’s writing style, I did enjoy the plot and structure of the novel, and was not disappointed with the ending."
"I don't like multiple POV's, it worked in this book but I still don't like it. It's a pet peeve of mine in books because I've read so many books that didn't do multiple POV's well. It worked well with the characters in this story and I ended up liking the different perspectives"