For the third time in less than six months, Faith Andersen, self-professed computer nerd and skeptical Christian, must solve a murder.
Mira Levinson dared to challenge the local gamer club's male brotherhood of geekdom. She wrote a game about feelings. A good game. For that she had to die.
The police are focused on the wrong suspect. The police are focused on one of Faith's friends.
The future of more than one of her friends is in jeopardy. Driven by her desire for justice, Faith must find out who killed Mira. Without dying in the process.
Or losing the love of her life.
If you like traditional mysteries with a touch of romance, you are sure to love A Game of Murder.
About the Author
Elise M. Stone was born and raised in New York, went to college in Michigan, lived in the Boston area for eight years, and not too long ago moved to sunny Tucson, Arizona, where she doesn't have to shovel snow. Her first degree was in psychology, her second in computers. She's worked as a pizza maker, library clerk, waitress, social worker, programmer, and data jockey.
Retired now, she spends her days doing her two favorite things: writing and reading. Agatha and Spenser, her two cats, keep her company while watching birds and lizards outside her office window.