The game of love can be murder...
When shy student Wendy is found bludgeoned to death, her classmate Bridget is the chief suspect. But what turns a caring teenager into a cold-blooded killer?
Private detective Emily Swanson is desperate to find out. Bridget is the little sister of Emily's oldest friend, and with no motive or history of violence, her role in the crime doesn't add up. Until Emily's investigation leads to a horrifying discovery.
A psychopath is stalking online dating sites, searching for young women to play his sick and twisted games. Games that turn innocent victims into killers.
To clear Bridget's name, Emily must enter the dark world of online catfishing. But can she catch a maniac who doesn't appear to exist—before she becomes his next fatal obsession?
Dark, suspenseful, and packed with twists and turns, Kill for Love brings the Emily Swanson series to a shocking and dramatic conclusion.
A powerful closure
For the end of Emily Swanson serie, the entanglement of fiction with threads of true stories turns into a shocking plot, that shows worst and best of human nature. This last book is a great closure, it feels quite real, hence a little disturbing.
This serie is worth to read from beginning to end.
This is book 5 of the Emily Swanson series. This is a really good thriller. The story has a great flow and is very well written. The characters are well developed and the storyline is suspenseful. A hard book to put down. I would recommend reading the series.
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I have enjoyed the Emily Swanson series since it first began and have looked forward to each new book in the series. I believe this is the best one yet. Emily has grown so much as a person, a friend and a PI during this series. In this perhaps final book, Emily is at her best as all three. The tension slowly builds until the unexpected ending and I sincerely believe you will love each page. I highly recommend.