Kill Me (Alan Gregory #14) (Paperback)

By Stephen White

Berkley, 9780451220714, 512pp.

Publication Date: March 6, 2007

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Description

Kill Me is that rarest of creations—a thinking-person’s thriller. In this age of the same-old same-old-fiction, White’s novel stands dizzyingly above the pack. The concept is unique (and brilliant), the writing is sharp, observant, and wry (White’s trademark), and every page is filled with perfectly realized human emotion—about life, death, and family. Superb.”—New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Deaver

He’s fabulously wealthy and lives life to the fullest—enjoying fast, expensive cars, the love of his beautiful wife, and adventures in every corner of the globe. When a friend is stricken down by a terrible illness, he realizes his only fear is to be diminished by disease. That’s when he meets the Death Angels, who promise to end his life should he ever face such a fate. The only hitch is that the contract is irrevocable. And once he signs it, he discovers he has one more all-important task to carry out before it’s executed...


About the Author

Stephen White is a clinical psychologist and the New York Times bestselling author of the Alan Gregory novels. He lives in Colorado.


Praise For Kill Me (Alan Gregory #14)

Praise for Kill Me

"White has always been a rock solid writer. But this book should turn heads. BIG, PROVOCATIVE AND DOWNRIGHT GRIPPING, THIS IS HIS BEST YET.”—Michael Connelly
 
“A thought-provoking and timely thriller.”—The Miami Herald
 
“AN AMAZING THRILL RIDE...one of White’s best to date.”—Richmond Times Dispatch
 
“A BRILLIANT BOOK...very scary.”—The Globe and Mail
 
“AS RIVETING AS IT CAN GET…UNUSUAL AND UNSETTLING...enthralling and soul-searching.”—The Flint Journal
 
KILL ME IS A THRILLER WORTH DYING OVER.”—Telegraph Herald
 
“READ IT.”—Rocky Mountain News

“Bizarre, thrilling, and oh so much fun.”—Booklist