Murder Game (GhostWalkers Series #7)

Murder Game (GhostWalkers Series #7)

by Christine Feehan

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ISBN-13: 9780515145809
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/30/2008
Series: GhostWalkers Series , #7
Edition description: Reprint
Pages: 464
Sales rank: 83,164
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Christine Feehan is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Carpathian series, the GhostWalker series, the Leopard series, the Shadow Riders series, and the Sea Haven novels, including the Drake Sisters series and the Sisters of the Heart series.

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Murder Game 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 193 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Tansy Meadows knows her psychic gift is a two edged sword as has used it to help the police track down murderers especially serial killers, but also has left her alone as even a simple handshake causes problems. Recently injured on a climb, she told authorities she lost her skill. FBI GhostWalker Kadan Montague had heard of her when he was training at Quantico and she was a teen. Now he needs her ability to locate serial killers playing a coastal deadly competitive game in which he believes a ghost walker is involved; perhaps two of them one on each side.

He finds her sleeping naked in an isolated field. When he grabs her, she is shocked her mental skills to cause pain fail her. Reluctantly Tansy agrees to assist him in ending the lethal competition although she hides her bet with herself that she will not come out of this one sane.

This is a refreshing Ghost Walker entry due to the lead couple and their telepathic romance and the killing teams with their apparently paranormal specialists in spite of The MURDER GAME concept not being new (see Barton¿s DYING GAME). The story line cleverly compares the growing love between Kadan and Tansy and the horrific violent homicidal hunts. With the return of couples from previous tales in the saga, fans will enjoy this strong thriller while wondering whether ghost hunters lead the predators and will Kadan say those three words to Tansy; assuming they survive the game they entered not meaning to be the prey.

Harriet Klausner
GrannyNY More than 1 year ago
If you are hooked on this series, you will kow that Dr. Whiney took all these oprphan girsl with psychic abilites and enhanced them. This one is very speicial and has more than one ability. I love how all the Ghostwalkers know that there is one woman made for them but they try to pretend they can fight it. This one is a great mystrey as well.
ggCO More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put it down,after reading #7 I had to re-read them all, found some new interesting things, can't wait to see who pairs up next.
SnowloverSM More than 1 year ago
I have everything that Christine Feehan has written because she is my favorite author! I haven't read anything that she has written that I haven't liked. I loved this book as much as all of the others!
jjmachshev More than 1 year ago
I'm obviously an addict. Christine Feehan's books are like crack for me. I know what's going to happen. I know what her heroes are like. I know there's going to be a happy ending, and in her 'GhostWalkers' series I know there will be violence...and justice. So why do I keep reading them? Because she manages to pull me into the minds of both the hero (and he's always deliciously tortured!) and the heroine. I become attached to them and can't stop reading until I see IN PRINT that they're together, safe, and happy. "Murder Game" was no exception. In fact, I think this just might be her best GhostWalker book yet.

Kadan is the GhostWalker they call Bishop. His team is pretty sure he has ice water in his veins and he NEVER let's anything rock his calm. When the GhostWalkers come under suspicion of a series of murders, he's given a secret assignment to either clear their name, or find the guilty ones and eliminate them. He needs someone who can 'read' objects and Tansy is that person. She'll help him, voluntarily or not. He tracks her to the mountains where she's photographing mountain lions and it only takes two minutes for him to realize that she's the woman he was genetically matched to. This iceman is about to suffer a heat wave!

Tansy has always been different. As a child of 13 she began using her abilities to help track serial killers. It got harder and harder to pull back from the memories and her last case almost drove her insane. So after a long stint in the psych hospital, she put out the word that she had lost her abilities. She's found a career she can practice away from people, in the wild, but always alone. Then her world is invaded and torn apart by a harsh-looking man whose abilities are just as strange as hers. The story he tells her is horrifying, and ends up hitting way too close to home. And he wants, no demands, her help to stop a gang of serial killers directed by a man with no conscious...and no intention of stopping. And now this director is looking for her.

I couldn't put "Murder Game" down. Kaden's meltdown was riveting and pulled my emotions every which way. If you're a Feehan fan, don't miss this book.
LadyIsis on LibraryThing 28 days ago
This story tore me up. There is so much violence and death and just plain craziness. Since Tansy can track serial killers that is what the story is about a team, GhostWalkers, that are killing people. The puppet master is taking money for his team to do contract hits. Kaden is hits so hard with his desire to make Tansy his and Tansy isn't prepared to be able to touch someone and not have a backlash of images hit her. I liked Tansy a lot. She is brave and compassionate and more than able to stand up to Kaden. There are several spots that are definitely in the need tissue handy category. While we didn't see as much of Peter Whitney in this story he definitely makes himself felt with more betrayal and evil. The man really does need to have his head examined or better yet have someone experiment on him with no hope of escape. I am off to get the last few books that are out so I can be completely caught up with this series.
readersentertainment on LibraryThing 28 days ago
A woman can touch things and see the history of it. The FBI used her until she broke. Now, the Ghostwalkers need her to use her powers in order to save them. They want her to touch game pieces used in a murder game and help them find the killers.But, the master of the game can also see her.This is more of a thriller than Feehan has ever done and it is very well thought out.
jjmachshev on LibraryThing 28 days ago
I'm obviously an addict. Christine Feehan's books are like crack for me. I know what's going to happen. I know what her heroes are like. I know there's going to be a happy ending, and in her 'GhostWalkers' series I know there will be violence...and justice. So why do I keep reading them? Because she manages to pull me into the minds of both the hero (and he's always deliciously tortured!) and the heroine. I become attached to them and can't stop reading until I see IN PRINT that they're together, safe, and happy. "Murder Game" was no exception. In fact, I think this just might be her best GhostWalker book yet.Kadan is the GhostWalker they call Bishop. His team is pretty sure he has ice water in his veins and he NEVER let's anything rock his calm. When the GhostWalkers come under suspicion of a series of murders, he's given a secret assignment to either clear their name, or find the guilty ones and eliminate them. He needs someone who can 'read' objects and Tansy is that person. She'll help him, voluntarily or not. He tracks her to the mountains where she's photographing mountain lions and it only takes two minutes for him to realize that she's the woman he was genetically matched to. This iceman is about to suffer a heat wave!Tansy has always been different. As a child of 13 she began using her abilities to help track serial killers. It got harder and harder to pull back from the memories and her last case almost drove her insane. So after a long stint in the psych hospital, she put out the word that she had lost her abilities. She's found a career she can practice away from people, in the wild, but always alone. Then her world is invaded and torn apart by a harsh-looking man whose abilities are just as strange as hers. The story he tells her is horrifying, and ends up hitting way too close to home. And he wants, no demands, her help to stop a gang of serial killers directed by a man with no conscious...and no intention of stopping. And now this director is looking for her.I couldn't put "Murder Game" down. Kaden's meltdown was riveting and pulled my emotions every which way. If you're a Feehan fan, don't miss this book.
klarsenmd on LibraryThing 28 days ago
As a fan of this series I was dissappointed in this book. Like others in the series, this book focuses on the pairing between Kaden aGhostwalker and Tansy, a psychic tracker of serial killers. The plot was interesting,especially toward the end as things unravel, but like so many of Feehans more recent works, the story takes a back seat to the lengthy over the top sex scenes. I found myself skipping over tens of pages just to get past the ridiculous details and never ending physical descriptions of sex. This may well be the last in the series for me. Having already given up on the Carpathian books I don't have much left.
NicoleReising on LibraryThing 28 days ago
As some of you might already know, I love this series, so it probably isn¿t too hard to know what I think of the book in general. :-) Loved it. Now if its possible, I want to contradict myself here. I loved this book but at the same time was disappointed. I had a few issues with it. One of which I find kind of funny and wasn¿t expecting to even want to say this. But, for me personally there was way too much time spent with the couple simply having sex. The conflict which is supposed to grow and be closer to being solved with these moments actually seemed to be taken care way before the end. Which is fine in essence to me as there was plenty of other things going but it seemed to me that since she (Christine)wanted to keep having them do the sheet tango, the conflicts on this end were repeated, repeatedly. I actually found myself skimming those parts near the end to find out what was going on that was new to the other stuff going on. I loved the story, the plot and the characters. I loved that characters from the older books had active parts in this one. I loved the way she had the two main characters stay true to who they were even if they weren¿t all rosy personalities. As usual, I can¿t wait for the next book in this series to come out.
susanbevans on LibraryThing 28 days ago
Murder Game,book 7 in Christine Feehan's GhostWalker series, is the story of Kadan Montague and Tansy Meadows. Psychically and genetically enhanced Special Forces soldier (aka GhostWalker) Kadan Montague, is on the trail of a band of serial killers. Part of a sick "murder game," these killers work to implicate the GhostWalkers in their crimes, in an effort to eliminate the super-soldiers. Kadan needs the help of powerful psychic Tansy Meadows if he wants to clear his fellow team-members of murder, but will they be able to survive each other long enough to find the real killers?I'd been waiting to read Kadan's story since the beginning of the series, and it did not disappoint. Murder Game is chocked full of intrigue, mystery, and adventure, and leaves the reader excited for the next installment. The research that must go into these books is astonishing, making for a very readable, "real" story. The suspense was honest and authentic throughout the book, creating an absorbing web, easy for the reader to lose herself in. The plot, aside from the usual Whitney-looking-for-the-GhostWalkers-and-girls-for-his-breeding-program schpeel, was gripping from the first page. I enjoyed tracking the killers along with Tansy and Kadan - riddling out the pieces in this Murder Game. As always in the GhostWalker series, the characters are commanding and entertaining. Kadan, the GhostWalker with ice in his veins, has certainly met his true match in Tansy. She is a strong, determined woman, not afraid to push back when Kadan tries to get her to submit to his will. I also loved that Christine Feehan brought back several of my "old favorites" - characters from other GhostWalker books like Ryland, Gator, Nico, Ian and Tucker. The parts where the guys razzed Kadan had me laughing out loud - Feehan really knows how to interject humour into her books!In her GhostWalker series, Christine Feehan weaves complex relationships together with exceptional stories. I can't wait to read the next installment, but alas, I have no choice - book 8 doesn't come out until the end of the year. I'm sure I'll be able to find something to read in the meantime though - the seventh book in the Drake Sisters series comes out tomorrow...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Title: Murder Game - Ghostwalker Novel Book 7 Author: Christine Feehan Publisher: Berkley Publishing Date of Publishing: December 28, 2008 The seventh in the paranormal romance series about genetically enhanced soldiers by Christine Feehan. Kaden Montague has the difficult job of clearing the Ghostwalkers of the suspicion of murder in a series of deaths that are occurring with unerring regularity on the opposite coast of the United States. The only clue are the small figures left at the scene of each murder. Kaden is determined to get Tansy Meadows to use her psychic abilities to find the real killers before the powers that be determine the Ghostwalkers were responsible put out the order for their termination with extreme prejudice. Tansy finds her life has been built on lies as she skirts insanity as she gets closer and closer to the master of the game in charge of the ones responsible for the murders. This series is best read in order. With strong characters and a well laid out plot that flows quickly and smoothly. Murder Game re-introduces old characters and offers a few new ones. Past characters play an important part in the suspenseful conclusion of this installment of the Ghostwalker series. I gave " Murder Game" a 4.5 out of a total of 5 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The previous books were great but this one just got absoluty obsurd. It was good until a little more than half way thru, it all of a sudden became out of this world wacky. I literally could not make heads or tails as to what the heck happened. Really have no clue what happened. I tried to read thru the glitch or whatever it was but just couldn't take it.
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I love all Christine Feehans' books.. great author.
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Dollie1 More than 1 year ago
I love these books
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