Book Review: Kiss Me When I’m Dead

Kiss me . . . any time! — YUR

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RATING: 5 STARS

f you’re a fan of pulp noir fiction, you’ll love this thriller. Set in modern London, Kiss Me When I’m Dead is a detective novel narrated by the main protagonist, Daniel Beckett. He’s a womanizing, witty private detective with an air of mystery and street savvy that hints to a darker, immoral past. The narration is written in a stream of consciousness style, similar to Raymond Chandler’s hard-boiled detective fiction. In between searching for clues, he hooks up with many dangerous women. The continuous action captivated me to read “just one more chapter”…. yet I read it beyond the next chapter, until the end. There are some (non-gratuitous) sex scenes throughout the book, but it was presented in a tasteful manner

This tightly written, suspenseful novel with sharp dialogue and an unexpected ending is highly recommended for lovers of pulp fiction detective stories.

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1 Response to “Book Review: Kiss Me When I’m Dead”


  1. 1 LindaLee January 1, 2016 at 10:55 pm

    Thanks Unc. My life might be getting to where I can actually sit down and read again! I’ll put this on my list. LL


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