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BOOK REVIEW: JUDAS KISS
BY J.T. ELLISON

We hope you enjoy this book review by Caryn St. Clair.



When Michelle Harris went to pick up her sister to play tennis, she found the front porch light still on, the door unlocked and blood everywhere. And then she went upstairs. Close to her dead mother's body was Michelle's eighteen month old niece, covered in her mother's blood. So begins J. T. Ellison's third Taylor Jackson book Judas Kiss.

Corinne Wolfe is dead. While there is no evidence of an intruder, no sign of a burglary and everyone is adamant that no one would want to harm her, Corinne is not only dead, but murdered in a vicious attack. As is often the case, when the police started looking into Corinne's perfect life, some alarms began to go off. First there was the husband's where abouts when Corinne was murdered. If he was in Atlanta, why did he choose to drive home instead of flying? And if he was in Atlanta, why did it only take him six hours to make the eight hour drive? Then came the link to a pornography. What other secrets did the Wolfs have hidden away?

Lieutenant Taylor Jackson had the creepy feeling she's is being watched. Then, while attending a charity event, a total stranger calls her Tawny. When the man became insistent, she asked one of her team to look into the name Tawny on the web. What he found was shocking. Could her feeling that she was being watched be connected to the Tawny persona? With her career on the line, Taylor struggles to solve her case and clear her name in this fast paced thriller.

Although I have not read the first two books in the series, All the Pretty Girls and 14, something I plan on remedying shortly, I really enjoyed this book. I suspect however, it would be helpful to read the books in order if possible. While it was easy enough to follow the cases in this book, there were parts of Taylor's personal and professional history from the earlier books that came into play in Judas Kiss.

REVIEWED BY CARYN ST. CLAIR

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