Judas Kiss

Judas Kiss

J.T. Ellison / Jul 24, 2019

Judas Kiss It was a murder made for TV a trail of tiny bloody footprints An innocent toddler playing beside her mother s bludgeoned body Pretty young Corinne Wolff seven months pregnant brutally murdered in he

  • Title: Judas Kiss
  • Author: J.T. Ellison
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  • It was a murder made for TV a trail of tiny bloody footprints An innocent toddler playing beside her mother s bludgeoned body Pretty young Corinne Wolff, seven months pregnant, brutally murdered in her own home.Cameras and questions don t usually faze Nashville homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson, but the media frenzy surrounding the Wolff case is particularly nastyIt was a murder made for TV a trail of tiny bloody footprints An innocent toddler playing beside her mother s bludgeoned body Pretty young Corinne Wolff, seven months pregnant, brutally murdered in her own home.Cameras and questions don t usually faze Nashville homicide lieutenant Taylor Jackson, but the media frenzy surrounding the Wolff case is particularly nastyd thorough When the seemingly model mommy is linked to an amateur porn Web site with underage actresses and unwitting players, the sharks begin to circle.The shock is magnified when an old adversary uses the sexy secret footage to implicate Taylor in a murder an accusation that threatens her career, her reputation and her relationship.Both cases hinge on the evidence real or manufactured of crimes that go beyond passion, into the realm of obsessive vengeance and shocking betrayal Just what the networks love.

    Kiss of Judas The kiss of Judas, also known especially in art as the Betrayal of Christ, is how Judas identified Jesus to the multitude with swords and clubs who had come from the chief priests and elders of the people to arrest him, according to the Synoptic Gospels.The kiss is given by Judas in the Garden of Gethsemane after the Last Supper and leads directly to the arrest of Jesus by the police force Judas Kiss A Taylor Jackson Novel J.T Ellison Judas Kiss A Taylor Jackson Novel J.T Ellison on FREE shipping on qualifying offers It was a murder made for TV a trail of tiny bloody footprints An innocent toddler playing beside her mother s bludgeoned body Pretty young Corinne Wolff Judas Kiss film Judas Kiss is a U.S drama film directed by J.T Tepnapa and written by Tepnapa and Carlos Pedraza It stars Charlie David, Richard Harmon, Sean Paul Lockhart, and Timo Descamps The film is the story of a disillusioned filmmaker s visit to his peculiar alma mater, where he is trapped in a tug of war between his tortured past and a troubling future. What is the significance of Judas betraying Jesus with a kiss Question What is the significance of Judas betraying Jesus with a kiss Answer Judas Iscariot was one of the original twelve disciples who followed and were taught by Jesus Being in Jesus inner circle, Judas had a closer relationship to Jesus than most people during His ministry. Judas Iscariot Apostle Britannica Judas Iscariot Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve Apostles, notorious for betraying Jesus Judas surname is probably a corruption of the Latin sicarius murderer or assassin than an indication of family origin, suggesting that he would have belonged to Lady GaGa Judas Lyrics MetroLyrics Lyrics to Judas by Lady GaGa I wanna love you But something s pulling me away from you Jesus is my virtue And Judas is the demon I cling to, I cling to Judas Iscariot Gospel Mysteries Judas Iscariot was the disciple who betrayed Jesus According to the gospels, he led a group of armed men to a garden where Jesus was praying and identified him with a kiss. What exactly is a holy kiss GotQuestions What exactly is a holy kiss Is the holy kiss an appropriate thing to do in the church today CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA Judas Iscariot NEW ADVENT Judas Iscariot Please help support the mission of New Advent and get the full contents of this website as an instant download Includes the Catholic Encyclopedia JUDAS ISCARIOT Let Us Reason The Betrayer JUDAS ISCARIOT To this day Judas being called with the other disciples is somewhat mysterious Judas Iscariot is noted in history as the one who betrayed Him Jesus.

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      • J.T. Ellison

        New York Times and USA Today bestselling author J.T Ellison writes standalone domestic noir and psychological thriller series, the latter starring Nashville Homicide Lt Taylor Jackson and medical examiner Dr Samantha Owens, and pens the international thriller series A Brit in the FBI with 1 New York Times bestselling author Catherine Coulter Cohost of the Emmy Award winning literary television series, A Word on Words, Ellison lives in Nashville with her husband and twin kittens.Visit JTEllison for insight into her wicked imagination, or follow her on Facebook, Twitter thrillerchick, and Instagram thrillerchick.


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    1. It sounds mean, but heavens above, have the people who gave this 4 or 5 stars never read a thriller before? This is terrible! The main plot about who killed Corinne Wolfe is so thin that Taylor Jackson is seemingly given about thirty other antagonists to deal with. Her CIA boyfriend is being stalked by a serial killer. The head of the Office Of Professional Responsibility wants to destroy Taylor's career, presumably just because she can! There's another faceless enemy releasing a sex tape of Tay [...]


    2. The plot in this book is way over the top if you stop to review it rationally but you won't until you finish it because it rattles along at a tremendous pace. I can't mention the plot as it would give away too many twists but it is compulsive. I've deducted one star because, although I didn't know why, I guessed the murderer almost straight away.


    3. This was an OK book. Main character is a strong female cop who doesn't do what others tell her to, including her fiancé, and declares she doesn't need men protecting her. Meh. A new internal battle began and I imagine will carry into the next book. I found myself skimming over some of the descriptive paragraphs; sometimes less is better.


    4. I thought this was another very good story in this series, although by the end of it I was sick to death of reading about Taylor's bloody ponytail and how many times she tied it up, she pulled it free then retied it, etcally ?? We don't need to know the state of play with her hair before she interviews or arrests somebody, trust me !!I was more than surprised that Taylor was happy to head off to work leaving a plumber her keys and in the house alone. Her job alone ought to make her more security [...]


    5. Full video review here => mysterythriller/judas-kiss-The book starts with a murder as every good mystery does, a brief perspective from the killer and then away. The victim is Corinne Wolff, discovered by her sister with the baby Hayden in the house, covered in her mother’s blood where she had tried to wake her.But the main character is Taylor Jackson, a homicide lieutenant in Nashville. She is the reason to read this book as we see her complexities revealed in this story. We see how she re [...]


    6. This third installment in the Taylor Jackson series opens with quite a hook! The pacing slows a bit, bogged down a bit with an overload of police procedural details. But once the pacing picks up - compounded with a rather left-field plot twist - the book quickly becomes impossible to set aside! And, like its predecessor in the series, 14, it too ends on a cliffhanger. This is, overall, a solidly exciting series and definitely a lot of fun to read. And though the main plot is not completely unpre [...]


    7. Jag kom faktiskt in i den här serien i denna bok (nr 3) men herre Gud den var ju sjukt bra! Kan inte vänta på att få läsa dom andra böckerna, både föregångna och kommandemanfatning:Härliga poliskommisarien Taylor Jackson får upp ett nytt fall där en mamma är mördad. Hela alltet flippar ut när en massa sexvideor släpps av mamman och Taylor själv också!Efter det blir hon sparkad från sin kommisarie roll, hennes team splitras upp, förhållandet knackar och hon får hotbrev från [...]



    8. Nashville's homicide Lieutenant Taylor Jackson is back in a third thrilling novel with a murder that will have your head spinning. Her fiance', FBI profile Baldwin, is hot on the trail of another killer that will connect to the high profile criminal, the Pretender, who we watched like a train-wreck in the previous book, 14. Just back from a trip to Italy, Lt. Taylor Jackson is soon back on duty in a crime that will break your heart. A suburban housewife is found brutally murdered in her home, th [...]


    9. This is the third book in Ellison's Taylor Jackson series. Each book is able to stand on its own, though the storyline does follow through from one book to the next. I love Ellison's writing. She keeps my attention throughout the story and tosses in some great twists. The main characters are likable and interesting. The only issue I have is that, in each book, Taylor Jackson has something catastrophic happening to her. (In this book, there is more than one.) It's like she has some giant dark clo [...]


    10. Wow. The beginning was depraved--the murder pretty horrific, and the touches with the child poignant and well-done. The middle was great (plausible, logical, horrific) and the end expected but still shocking. JT Ellison does not pull punches, and that's fantastic. I'm going to have to find book #2 (missed it, skipped by accident) to catch up on what I missed, and then get to book #4 as soon as possible.


    11. Young Lt in Nashville investigates a terrible murder. Along the way she is framed, what is worse, her own police department are against her.Although from the beginning, I knew "who dun it" how the detective finally got there was filled with adventure. I enjoyed this book, and will buy more by this author, as one has to know what happens next. Ends with cliff hanger, and one has to read the next book to find out how our detective fares!


    12. I kind of figured it out about halfway through, but initially I was thinking I'd read this one before - it was somewhat similar to one of her other books, only the one I'd already read involved twin sisters I think.Maybe I'm hallucinating.At any rate, I liked it enough to keep reading the rest of JT's books


    13. This is another great installment of J.T. Ellison's Taylor Jackson series set it Nashville. It ends on quite a bit of a cliff hanger so I am excited to read the next book, although I'm not sure that I have the actual book right now :( so I might have to wait a bit to continue with the series. 4/5 stars! Ellison is definitely a favorite mystery writer of mine!!


    14. JT Ellison takes Taylor on a wild ride through murder, sex tapes, politics and lots of secrets. I liked this book because I like the protagonist a lot. And though a couple times the pace seemed to slow, the twists more than made up for it. I look forward to seeing where she goes in the next book.


    15. OMG - great book and a cliff hanger to boot!!! J.T. Ellison is creeping up the list of my favourite authors.This book was great - complex, moved quickly in all directions, can't say enough good about it. Time to read The Cold Room now!



    16. Although I have read a couple of books out of order in error, this by far is my favorite JT Ellison book. It is an extremely creepy book which has kept me on the edge of my seat. is that good.


    17. I absolutely LOVE this series. I started w/ “All the Pretty Girls” & I was hooked. I read book 2 “14” right after & now, I just finished “Judas Kiss”. No, I’m not moving onto Book 4, instead I’m going to start the next series by J.T. Ellison; starring Sam Owens, Taylor’s best friend.Who’s Taylor? Taylor Jackson is the central figure in this series. She’s smart, strong, proud & beautiful & she’s unlike any other character I’ve read. I’ve read a number o [...]


    18. I've developed an interesting relationship with this series. I by no means consider these books to be an enthralling psychological thriller. So far I've figured out "who dun it" within the reading the first half of the book. The writing is not great, the plot in this particular book is even worse. I plowed through this one in 2 days because I just had to know how it ended - even though I was pretty sure I already knew who the killer was. Every good mystery book throws some red herrings, this boo [...]


    19. Meh.I'm not sure why, but the stakes in this one just didn't ring true for me. I saw several things coming way ahead of time, and there were a lot more mistakes in this one than in the two previous.It's possible the books have been edited since, but Ellison has a tendency to use compound sentences with only a comma connecting them, and it drives me out of my frakking mind.I'm still going to continue reading the series, because I do like the characters. The setting is totally mundane, no paranorm [...]


    20. READING RAMPAGEI am on a reading rampage. So far in the past 2 days I have read FIELD OF GRAVES, ALL THE PRETTY GIRLS, 14 and JUDAS KISS. J.T. Ellison's books are so good that I'm not getting anything else done but reading. Each one is better than the last. The suspense is always there. These are MUST READ BOOKS for those of you who love police procedurals and thrillers. Start now


    21. Convoluted and complex storyThis one was a bit convoluted and complex and had so many criminals i wasn't sure which one Taylor was pursuing. The pretender is a mysterious character and it seems to be a dragging storyline that Ellison isn't ready to abandon. Taylor and her team work together so seamlessly, it can seem unrealistic at times but I love how they piece things together as a team. I'll keep on going with this series as it is entertaining and well-written.


    22. I have to admit, I'm only a short way through this book. The poor rating is because a character's name has randomly changed from Stuart Evanson to Evans. It's bugging me. Hopefully the rest of the book will be thrilling, with complete continuation.Finally finished it and it improved (so the rating did in-line). Although parts of the outcome were predictable, it was overall an easy read with thrilling sections. I hate the way that all of the books in this series end on cliffhangers. I'm ashamedly [...]


    23. So far, Taylor Jackson’s story is a favorite of mine. Can’t wait to read more.This is the second of the series that I’ve read and my favorite so far. I enjoyed Taylor Jackson’s story and look forward to reading more of J.T. Ellison’s novels.


    24. REVIEW OF AUDIOBOOK, FEBRUARY 9, 2017Narrator: Joyce BeanA little too many things happening at the same time and while my overall impression is that I enjoyed listening to this, I would have liked less threads going on simultaneously. There were suspenseful moments and events calculated to have the reader appreciate the shithole Taylor is in yet I can't find sympathy for her. I don't like Taylor Jackson and her tough-guy persona, but then I never liked JD Robb's Eve Dallas either so


    25. EngrossingAnyone who likes convoluted plots, well developed characters, and believable plot lines will enjoy this book. Close to a not- able-to-put-it-down book!





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