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[ Read Online A Deadly Game ë young-adult-historical-fiction PDF ] by Virginia Smith ë An amazing read Now I know why it was a prize novel winning an ACFW Award this year.
This story incorporates a puzzle, a mystery murder and the development of true love It also shows how God may change someone from a super self absorbed loner to a champion with real relationships God takes an orphan and gives her a wonderful life Although in real life, it seems a bit unreal that the bio father never gets notified of child s existence, it makes the story easier to turn out positive.
Murder sets off fear in the beginning of the story One of the main characters depends on and recommends prayer all the way through the story One missing element of the story is how he came to salvation and a Christian life himself.
The descriptions and settings are very good throughout the story and the characters seem very real, making the same human mistakes we all make Your mat I waffled between giving this book three stars or four Because it s a religious fiction, I decided to bump it up to a four This is a book that I would feel comfortable letting my 13 year old niece read She likes mysteries and is reading at the adult level.
Why you should read this book Because the author takes you the reader on a scavenger hunt with the characters as they try to solve riddles,and search for clues.
She the author also throws in a little chemistry between the two characters that s on the hunt,but also puts in some drama to aide in the story line.
Now keep in mind you the reader don t solve,or search for anything you are just along for the ride sort a speak.
That s why Author Virginia Smith will heighten your emotions in certain instances just enough to get you to read a little further to understanding the character Susanna Trent mission in solving the riddles,and finding the clues,because it might be between life or death.
So,becareful when reading this suspense I say thriller of a read because you the reader might find yourself caught up in A Deadly Game As always with Virginia Smith s mysteries, you reach a point where you realize, I m not going to be able to put this down until I finish This one was particularly twisty as well, with a murder, a kidnapping, and a trail of strange clues to follow Thoroughly enjoyable, and I know want to go to Lexington and check some of the landmarks for hidden treasure.
Susannah s love for her niece Lizzie and Jack s skillful ability to figure out clues for the high stakes scavenger hunt make up for the whirlwind two day romance.
really good book, I would like to read by this author I couldn t put it done.
After Discovering Her Boss S Dead Body, Susanna Trent Receives An Unusual Package From Him Filled With Strange Metal Tokens And Odd Clues Then Susanna, Who Is The Guardian Of Her Three Year Old Niece, Starts Getting Anonymous Phone Calls Taunting Her With Thinly Veiled Threats Worried For Her Life And That Of Her Sister S Child, Susanna Struggles To Trust The One Man Who Can Help Wealthy Executive Jack Townsend As They Work Together To Solve The Mysterious Puzzle, Jack And Susanna Are Led Into A Dangerous Game Neither Knows How To Play But They Do Know The Stakes Life Or Death I bought this book last year and have been waiting to read the book and wasn t disappointed Due to a what should have been a harmless game turns dangerous and puts Susanna in danger in a way she could never have imagine and Jack becomes involved due to co incidence Susanna doesn t want to trust Jack as she has had bad experience with one before but Jack is the only one who can help The story hooked me from the beginning and had me wanting to find out what next I love the concept of the game and how it should have played out The twist making it deadly adds to the drama A good read I have heard she has another coming out shortly and can t wait to read it also.
Susanna had lost everything, her dad, mom and sister died in a fire, before that she had a fiance who turned out to be a spoiled rich kid that she could not trust and she lost her faith along the way as well.
When sent to a auto auction to get her boss a corvette that was there, she beat out Jack Townsend on the bid but he still offered to take the vehicle back for her And then the trouble began.
As they arrived at her bosses business they find him dead and it all goes downhill from there.
And it ends up the only person she can trust to help her is another rich mans son, but he turns out to be different from the first one.
Two mere strangers, Jack and Susanna, soon find themselves becoming fast friends as they race against time to solve the clues in collecting tokens for a game neither of them want to play But there is a prize at the end saving a precious life.
There is a lot of suspense in this book I loved the mystery that I couldn t figure out and the way everything fell into place Obviously, I m not a game solver I would have never been able to figure the clues out on my own That s what makes this book so entertaining, though.
The romance wasn t as strong as in some books but I was happy to see them get together in the end The family stories of both Jack and Susanna was very good.

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