Kill and Tell

Kill and Tell

8 chapters / 22268 words

Approximately about 2 hours to read


Fraternal twin sisters, Allison and Hailey Gaige have been moved to the other side of the united states because of their mom's new job. Now, they're just regular middle class people living in a town full of cocky rich kids. What could possible go wrong? The mysterious suicide of Lexi Wreath is what. Soon, Allie and Hailey find themselves in the middle of an unresolved conflict that has been going on for two years. As their stay in Ashville lengthens, the mystery gets more and more strange. Some of Lexi's friends had been involved in the 'suicide'. An innocent game that had taken the wrong turn. Now it's up to Allie and Hailey to find out who the killer is before they end up next on the list. How long can they stay immune in a town where lying is contagious?.*Cover credit to Amanda K) ;}


Mystery, Romance, Novel



over 4 years ago Shree Shetty said:


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over 4 years ago Margaryta said:

Your story was interesting, and your characters had a very strong and distinctive voice, however I would suggest that you go back and smooth out your writing because, as others before me have said, it does feel chunky at specific times. Otherwise the premise of your story is good, and you had kept me very entertained and curious throughout the course of your entire piece! Great job


over 4 years ago John Juliano said:

An interesting idea. The writing is a little clunky though. You could probably edit this down into something very good indeed


over 4 years ago Aska, the Fox Girl said:

also, sorry I took awhile.. I was away for the weekend.



over 4 years ago R A Black said:

I enjoyed the start of this. It will be interesting to see where it goes.

You have some fantastic descriptions, particularly of the twins and the whole thing was easy to picture.

I loved the line - looks like a tomato gave birth!

The personalities of your characters haven't had a chance to really grow on me yet. Hailey I can see irritating me, but Allie seems interesting.

quick typo to correct: had to resolve in something bad - result in something bad