Peter Swanson is the author of two novels, The Girl with a Clock for a Heart, and The Kind Worth Killing, available from William Morrow in the United States and Faber & Faber in the United Kingdom. His poems, stories and reviews have appeared in such journals as The Atlantic, Asimov’s Science Fiction, Epoch, Measure, Notre Dame Review, Soundings East, and The Vocabula Review. He has won awards in poetry from The Lyric and Yankee Magazine, and is currently completing a sonnet sequence on all 53 of Alfred Hitchcock’s films. He lives with his wife and cat in Somerville, Massachusetts.

Review: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

[divider] drey’s thoughts: The Plot: A man finds out his wife is cheating on him, and ruminates while drunk, with a stranger, whether he should kill her for the betrayal. Yeah, not smart, but the stranger’s beautiful, makes a pretty compelling argument, and offers to help plan the perfect murder. Mostly because she’s beautiful. Anyway.[…]

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