Crime fiction: SciFi


 

Dying For A Living by Kory M. Shrum, Book Review Murder In Common

 

Genre Bending & Blending – Part two

 Dying for a Living

 

Talk about a book to catch your fancy, Kory Shrum brings us a near future world where people can hire a Necronite to die in their place.  Jesse Sullivan is one of the best in her field. As a Necronite she will recover from each death and go on to provide this service for those who can afford it.

On a day seemingly like any other, a client tries to murder Sullivan. She’s not the only one to be attacked in this manner. Where is the conspiracy coming from? Is it the churches who believe Necronites are a crime against God? Is it the government who wants to bring them back under their control?

This is a fresh, engaging book portraying a woman who struggles with personal memories of rejection by her family as she strives to discover who wants the Necronites dead.

There are now four books in the Jesse Sullivan: Dying For A Living series and as at this posting, book one is free for most iBook readers.

~ June Lorraine

 

 

 

 

 

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