'Hello there.' I looked at the pale, freckled hand on the back of
the empty bar seat next to me in the business class lounge of
Heathrow airport, then up into the stranger's face. 'Do I know
you?' Delayed in London, Ted Severson meets a woman at the airport
bar. Over cocktails they tell each other rather more than they
should, and a dark plan is hatched - but are either of them being
serious, could they actually go through with it and, if they did,
what would be their chances of getting away with it? Back in
Boston, Ted's wife Miranda is busy site managing the construction
of their dream home, a beautiful house out on the Maine coastline.
But what secrets is she carrying and to what lengths might she go
to protect the vision she has of her deserved future? A sublimely
plotted novel of trust and betrayal, The Kind Worth Killing will
keep you gripped and guessing late into the night.