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Janet reviewed A Kiss to Die for (Leisure Historical Romance) on
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A serial killer is on the loose, and he's working his way up the Chisholm trail, leaving a string of young, beautiful female corpses in his wake. Jack Scullard, known as "Jack Skull," a legendary, widely despised bounty hunter, is following the murderer, always just a step behind him. But now Jack is in Abilene, apparently ahead of the killer, and he's met a woman, so the search has become personal and passionate. In spite of the killings, young innocent Anne Ross is enjoying the attentions of good-looking, sweet-talking Bill Tucker, and then becomes captivated by Jack, the dangerously handsome bounty hunter. Little does she know that Bill is Jack's prime suspect. Dain, popular and increasingly visible, provides lots of suspense and a nice twist in this nice and creepy tale, an adept departure from her usual fair of excellent medieval romances, including To Burn (2002) and The Willing Wife (2002). This talented author's move to the Old West highlights a growing trend in romantic westerns.