A Deadly Game

A Deadly Game

by Virginia Smith
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A Deadly Game 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
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FAE35 More than 1 year ago
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 you 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"
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read_for_funDR More than 1 year ago
a good 'escape' book. good mix of romance and mystery.
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laura johnson More than 1 year ago
this book was a good read, try it, you.'ll like it
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Cindy-Huff7 More than 1 year ago
A Deadly Game by Virginia Smith is a fun read. Susanna Trent must solve a series of clues in order to rescue her niece from a kidnapper. And that's the fun twist in this suspense novella. Add to that a murder, a vintage Corvette, veiled threats, a handsome executive and you have the makings for a cozy read. The author takes us not only through the struggle to unravel the clues so the heroine can rescue her niece but the mystery of faith. We journey with Susanna in her struggle to figure out God from her human standpoint and the value of prayer and trust. There's just enough romance to help draw the story to a satisfying conclusion. Looking forward to reading more of Virginia Smith's books.