The Kill Club

The Kill Club Review

Jazz will stop at nothing to save her brother.

Their foster mother, Carol, has always been fanatical, but with Jazz grown up and out of the house, Carol takes a dangerous turn that threatens thirteen-year-old Joaquin’s life. Over and over, child services fails to intervene, and Joaquin is running out of time.

Then Jazz gets a blocked call from someone offering a solution. There are others like her—people the law has failed. They’ve formed an underground network of “helpers,” each agreeing to eliminate the abuser of another. They’re taking back their power and leaving a trail of bodies throughout Los Angeles—dubbed the Blackbird Killings. If Jazz joins them, they’ll take care of Carol for good.

All she has to do is kill a stranger.

Title:The Kill Club
Edition Language:English

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  • Felicia

    If the movie The Box had an elicit affair with Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train, The Kill Club would be the murderous revenge-filled wife.The first half of this book had me held in rapt attention, fli...

  • Kim ~ It?s All About the Thrill

    So you decided to make a deal with the devil....but the devil doesn't deliver his end.. or does he? Welcome to The Kill Club."First rule of murder club, don't talk about murder club." I loved this lin...

  • Berit???

    The first rule of murder club ...What happens in murder club, stays in Murder club. could you murder a stranger if in return a stranger would murder someone who is harming you? That is the premise of ...

  • j e w e l s

    Feeling lucky to get the ARC! Wendy Heard is amaaaazing....

  • DJ Sakata

    Favorite Quotes:“Okay,” I say, and in that one word is contained an ocean of acceptance. This is where I am. This is what I’m doing. I think about what the reporter said, that the people who hav...

  • Kimberly Belle

    Wendy Heard has a real knack for creating characters who are as unique as they are compelling, with real-life flaws and big, strong voices. Jazz in The Kill Club has a gritty, Girl with the Dragon Tat...

  • CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian

    4.5 stars. What a story! This thriller/mystery kept me on the edge of my seat for pretty much the whole book. Jasmine Benavides aka Jazz has tried everything to no avail through the proper channels of...

  • Sarah

    4.5 stars. This fantastic thriller felt like a mix of Strangers on a Train and Stephen White's Kill Me (which I wholeheartedly recommend if you liked this book.) Jasmine "Jazz" Benavides is trying to ...

  • Carrie

    “First rule of murder club, don’t talk about murder club.”As you may have guessed simply from the title The Kill Club by Wendy Heard is not a new or overly original plot but one that tackles the...

  • Halley Sutton

    An unputdownable thriller that's also an incisive look at the failings of the foster care/child protectives services systems and a love letter to East LA. I cannot overstate how much I enjoyed this bo...