A Game of Deceit

Fiction - Suspense
294 Pages
Reviewed on 08/07/2017
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Reviewed by Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

Two disappearances decades apart haunt a young woman in the exciting thriller, A Game of Deceit by K.A. Davis. Kathryn Landry comes home from work to discover that Neil, her husband of eleven years, has cleaned out his closet and most of his belongings. But totally out of character for him, Neil left behind essential items that he would never have done without, like his medication and his personal computer. Unable to contact Neil, Kathryn is stunned and terrified. This isn't the first time that someone has left Kathryn in this manner. When she was fourteen, her father disappeared without a trace. The police believed that he had just abandoned their family, but Kathryn's mother insisted it was foul play. In another strange coincidence, the officer in charge of her father's case is also the one in charge of Neil's. Again the police officer is suggesting that Neil left of his own accord, and if he didn't, perhaps Kathryn had something to do with his absence. Frightened, Kathryn hires an investigator to find Neil. Did he leave her or was he coerced into leaving?

A Game of Deceit by K.A. Davis is a thrilling suspense novel. It is a fantastic book with interesting characters, a convoluted plot, and a captivating storyline that builds to a surprise ending. With so many fascinating twists and turns in the plot, the reader becomes entangled in the threads of intrigue and is glued to the pages until the exciting finale. This is a well-written suspense novel that is sure to satisfy those who love a good mystery infused with intrigue and the elements of risk and danger. With only a smattering of mild language, this is an excellent book that anyone from young adults on up will love!