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Know You Booker!: Richard House’s The Kill (The Kills: Book Three)

The_KillSo you think you know everything there is to know about The Kill, the third book in Richard House’s Booker nominated novel The Kills? Test your knowledge against our GoodReads quiz here!

What’s it about?

The Kill is described by the book’s publisher Picador as follows:

One summer in Naples two brothers turn a murder story into reality.

Evidence of a violent crime is found in the basement of an Italian palazzo.

A missing American student appears to be the victim, two mysterious brothers the main suspects.

The strangest thing: the murder seems to have been inspired by an old crime novel, a book called The Kill.

The Kill is book three of The Kills.


Who is Richard House?

According to his official bio on the Pan Macmillan website:

Richard House is a writer, artist, film-maker and teacher. He is the author of two short dark novels, published by Ira Silverberg a number of years ago in the Serpent’s Tail High Risk series (Bruiser and Uninvited). He is a member of the Chicago-based collaborative, Haha (whose work has appeared at the New Museum, New York; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; and the Venice Biennale). He now teaches at the University of Birmingham. He is the editor of Fatboy Review, a remarkable digital magazine.

What does BookerMarks think of The Kill?

Aaron (Review): “The most impressive thing about The Kill isn’t the murder itself, but the head-spinning details that swirl around the crime and turn it into something that borders on legendary.”


What do YOU think of Richard House’s The Kill? Sound off below or visit our GoodReads forum to submit your official rating for the book which will be added to our community long list standings!

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