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Red Rover, Perdition Games

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by L.E. Fraser  CA Canada

July 5, 2016   |    2,017 reads    |   0 comments

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Red Rover, Perdition Games (book) by L.E. Fraser“Every twist, turn, and moment of misdirection will keep readers guessing.”—Kirkus Reviews

DEATH IS THE PRIZE IN A TWISTED GAME

An ex-football player is brutally murdered. A National ballet dancer inexplicably commits suicide. The only link between the two deaths is Dr. Roger Peterson, a famous psychiatrist and bestselling author.

Toronto PI Samantha McNamara doesn’t want to believe her friend manipulated the dancer into committing suicide or that he is capable of the vicious murder. But Roger was sleeping with the victim’s wife—a patient—and her husband was going public with a complaint that would destroy the doctor’s life.

When Sam’s fiancé, ex-OPP Inspector Reece Hash, receives a shocking suicide letter from the ballerina, Roger’s unethical conduct unravels. But the psychiatrist could be a pawn in a sick game. As the pieces fall into place, someone watches and plunges Sam and Reece into a terrifying nightmare. Stalked by a psychopath whose greatest pleasure is the game, they must outwit the ruthless killer before they lose everything.

The rules are simple: trust no one and stay alive.

About The Author

I’m a voracious reader, love movies and cooking, and am an avid supporter of Indie artists. After living in Toronto for years, I now reside in London Ontario Canada with my husband, sons, and three pugs. Yes… I know… if you visit my website there are only pictures of the pugs. In my defense, they’re so adorable.

I haven’t always made smart life choices, but the people I met and roads I took (even the dark ones littered with potholes) fed a passion for creative writing. In the early years, I wrote song lyrics for a band and magazines published my short stories, but I worked full-time... more

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