Kiss of Death by Lauren Henderson

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Scarlett thought Dan McAndrew's murder was long behind her, but when she and her classmates arrive in Edinburgh for a weeklong field trip, she's startled to be joined by her old St. Tabby's cohorts--and enemies--who are visiting the area on a field trip as well. Even more startling, Callum, Dan's surviving twin, is in the area--and his cold treatment leaves Scarlett wondering what's changed, especially when a series of attacks makes her believe that someone's out to get her for her past mistakes. Would Callum ever hurt her, though? And what's Scarlett to make of her conflicting feelings for Callum, now that Jase isn't around? Even more upsetting, why is her most trusted confidante, Taylor, acting distant and dismissive?

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About Lauren Henderson

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LAUREN HENDERSON is the author of several acclaimed "tart noir" mystery novels for adults, as well as the witty romance handbook Jane Austen's Guide to Dating, which has been optioned for film development by producer Kiwi Smith. She was born and raised in London, where she lives with her husband. Visit her online at or
Published May 10, 2011 by Delacorte Press. 322 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But someone clearly doesn't want her to forget: when a smoke bomb is thrown into the dorm where she and her best friend Taylor are staying, a note is left for her in their room by someone amid the confusion: "YOU CAN'T RUN AWAY FROM THE PAST, SCARLETT."There's just enough of a backstory presented...

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I hadn't read any of the previous books of this series, but I understood what was going on.

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