Red Rover, Perdition Games by L E Fraser

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Every twist, turn, and moment of misdirection will keep readers guessing, but these elements never feel overly telegraphed or intentionally misleading. The story also moves along at a brisk pace and ends on a dark yet satisfying note that will leave readers eager to find out what happens next in the series.
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DEATH IS THE PRIZE IN A TWISTED GAME
An ex-football player is murdered. A National Ballet dancer commits suicide. The only link between the two deaths is Dr. Roger Peterson, a famous psychiatrist and bestselling author.

Toronto PI Samantha McNamara can't accept that her childhood friend is capable of the vicious murder or that he manipulated the emotionally fragile dancer into committing suicide. But Sam questions his innocence after she discovers that the homicide victim's schizophrenic wife is Roger’s lover and patient. And the victim was about to go public with a complaint that would destroy the doctor’s life.

When Sam’s fiancé, ex-OPP Inspector Reece Hash, receives a troubling suicide letter from the ballerina, they realize that Roger’s unethical conduct could be the symptom of a deeply disturbed mind. Or the doctor is protecting someone and has unknowingly become a pawn in a deadly game. As Sam and Reece slowly piece together the horrific truth, a killer watches and plunges them into a terrifying nightmare. Stalked by a psychopath whose greatest pleasure is the game, they must outwit the ruthless killer before they lose everything, including their lives.

The rules are simple: trust no one, believe nothing, and stay alive.
 

About L E Fraser

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 Fraser lives in Southwestern Ontario with her family. She is working on the second novel in the Perdition Games series.
 
Published June 26, 2016 by L.E. Fraser. 428 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction
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on Jun 28 2016

Every twist, turn, and moment of misdirection will keep readers guessing, but these elements never feel overly telegraphed or intentionally misleading. The story also moves along at a brisk pace and ends on a dark yet satisfying note that will leave readers eager to find out what happens next in the series.

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