Prisoner of The Game

Prisoner of The Game

by Kevin Provance

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Prisoner of The Game by Kevin Provance

The 1992 case of Carter Frye and his psychosis that left seven people dead went largely unnoticed by the media and the public. Told largely by Frye himself, he takes us into the deepest, darkest and most disturbing places of his mind. Places that will chill your spine cold and give you pause before turning out the light to go to sleep.

Frye believes everyone he meets should play 'the game'. Those who don't, or violate the rules of 'the game' must pay a penalty, usually with their life. Frye doesn't realize he too is a prisoner of the game. What will happen if he breaks his own rules?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016483696
Publisher: C. Kevin Provance
Publication date: 07/02/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 5 MB

About the Author

C. Kevin Provance was born and raised in Carroll County, Maryland, the setting for most of his novels and short stories. He began writing short story fiction in the 7th grade, focusing primarily in science fiction, the paranormal, the metaphysical and good old-fashioned suspense. Many of his short stories (including Act I of this story) have been published in local Maryland college literary art publications, including a short lived political comic strip featured in the Carroll County Times’ ‘Neighborhoods’ magazine, circa the early nineties.

Kevin moved to Sarasota, Florida in 1993 where he has since completed several unpublished novels while working as owner, lead programmer, and webmaster for TPA Software. With the advent of self-publishing eBooks on the Internet, Kevin is pleased to finally bring to light the writing of his youth, and new works to come. He continues to live in Florida, still working in the IT field and father to his twelve-year-old son.

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Prisoner of The Game 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very disturbing but riveting none the less....
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a very strange and disturbing story. Be forewarned. It is filled with f bombs and curse words, and is very gory. The main character is crazy or are you crazy for actually reading this?