Review: Fatal Kiss

Posted on June 19, 2012


Fatal Kiss
By Suzanne Barr
Sisterhood Publications
May 2012
198 pages

Sylvia Howard Taylor Ipock White is a real life study in evil. A serial abuser. A serial killer. A black widow and worse – a child killer. Sylvia will haunt you beyond the pages. What readers will find most astonishing is how her social status in Kinston, North Carolina, shielded her from any investigation, or even scrutiny, for almost two decades. Suzanne Barr doesn’t just lay out the facts here. She delves into Sylvia’s life and the people whose lives she ruined. Her portrayal of Sylvia’s dastardly deeds is riveting. Don’t miss the chilling letters to the author from Sylvia and her accomplices at the end of the book. Fatal Kiss will blow your mind.

Copyright (c) 2012 by Peggy Tibbetts

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