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Killing Me Softly

by J. Keith Stewart

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Killing Me Softly recounts the chain of events that pitted an ordinary woman’s life into that of a woman that is desperately fighting to stay alive! Kimberly Danielle Parker-Williams is dying of AIDS. Now married to her college beau with a wonderful career, Kimberly is dealing with the deception of a former fiancé who was living a double life and Kimberly contracted the HIV virus from him. Her health is diminishing day-by-day and Kimberly’s former fiancés "lover" has impending nuptials with another woman! Unbeknownst to the bride to be, he is on the "down-low" and has not been forthcoming about his past. Kimberly’s story at times will make you cry—she comes undone—will make you laugh, and then stomps on your heart for good measure.

He’s a chameleon! He’s dangerous and he’s a rogue specializing in white-collar crime! Lyric D. Knowles is the man your mother warned you about! He’s a thief and one of the FBI’s "most-wanted" for forgery, bad checks, credit card fraud and a barrage of other illegal acts to include identity theft. This novel is suspenseful and develops the fracturing of Lyric’s mind, as his crimes grow increasingly desperate. In due course, the sheer evil of Lyric’s amoral schemes will be revealed.

Most writers are discreet with risqué subtext but Stewart brings it out of the closet, increasing the dramatic tension into that of complexity. Superbly adapted by the author of the novels, Episodes and Promise Me, the novel Killing Me Softly is a fast-paced tale of deception intertwined with crimes of passion and the chaos that can occur when you infuse all three while on an empty stomach. In his third novel, Stewart has weaved a surprising tale that is sure to be more than you could have ever imagined. With a sample of old and new faces, Killing Me Softly will humor, enlighten, and educate you to the perils, challenges and obstacles encountered when you fall in love with someone who turns out to be the exact opposite of who you thought them to be.

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