The Cold Kiss of Death (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Apr 26, 2011 - Fiction - 336 pages
12 Reviews
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When sidhe-blooded Genny Taylor's friend is murdered and all evidence points to her, she goes on the run. But she's being pursued by some of the most powerful supernaturals in town-and one of them is most certainly the killer.


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My Take It's a fascinating premise with lots of action. - Goodreads
Suzanne is a very skilled writer! - Goodreads
The ending is just so good, I can't tell you! - Goodreads
I found the ending of the story quite emotional. - Goodreads

Review: The Cold Kiss of Death ( #2)

User Review  - Rhona Scott - Goodreads

The Cold Kiss of Death is the second book in the Spellcrackers series. I enjoyed reading the first book and the follow up doesn't disappoint. The vampires still covert Genny's blood, determined to ... Read full review

Review: The Cold Kiss of Death ( #2)

User Review  - Kathy Davie - Goodreads

Second in the urban fantasy series revolving around a sidhe fae with an unusual disability. My Take It's a fascinating premise with lots of action. I do, however, understand why ... Read full review


Chapter Four
Chapter Seven
Chapter Nine
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Nineteen
Chapter Twentytwo
Chapter Twentyfour
Chapter Twentysix
Chapter Twentynine
Chapter Thirtyone

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About the author (2011)

Suzanne McLeod was born in London but spent most of her childhood in the Midlands.She's been a secretary, a cocktail waitress, a dance instructor and a retail properties manager. Eventually, she decided to try to make a living at her long-time passion--fiction writing. She has since settled on the relatively sunny South Coast of England where she lives with her husband and two rescue dogs, all of whom are enthusiastic about her new career. THE SPELLCRACKERS TRILOGY is her début work.

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