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Invitation To Die (The Killing Game—Book #1)

Book 1, The Killing Game

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Two women have gone missing in two weeks: the first, found dead, was slashed and dumped in a back alley in Boston. The second was discovered by a child in a Swan Boat Ride. As fear intensifies, Hunter, the head of the FBI Behavioral Unit, calls his star criminal profiler, Tracy Wrenn, to help on the case. Even though she had plans to become engaged that evening, Tracy quickly cancels her plans and rushes to Boston to help. 

A beautiful, young professor of criminal psychology, Tracy has become renowned for her success at cracking cases no one else can. With her unusual insights and unique point of view, she is relentless at probing the inner minds of murderers. When a third woman goes missing, and when Tracy finds herself in danger, everything intensifies. In a shocking turn of events, Tracy finds out more not only about the killer, but about herself--and learns that nothing is what is seems.

Book #2 in The Killing Game is also now available!

Customer Reviews

Decent read but...

I don't typically write reviews but felt this one needed one. If the timeframe for this was set back 40 years some things may be more believable. I did like the story, but the dumb-downing of the intelligence of the police is a little insulting. There was a lot of punctuation errors that made it difficult to read at times and one section that was a complete repeat of the one before it. Whoever did the proof reading should find another job. This wasn't a nail biter but filled time on a snowy weekend.

Invitation to murder

This is a horribly written book. I got about a third of the way through and quit. On top of editorial errors (transposing characters "Tina" and "Tracey") the constant use of the lead characters name was all too annoying. I gave up. Maybe the story would turn out to be interesting but the author needs to take a refresher course in how to put her story on a page. And for gosh sakes get a proof reader.

Invitation to Die

I'm pretty sure that Julian Starr And Jaden Skye are one in the same. The writing style is pretty much the same. The overall theme of the books can't be missed. The similarities of the heroine in each book by both authors is undeniable. Even down to the way she dresses and her preferences in general. The struggle with her significant other is very parallel. Just to much repetition to be interesting. And the one thing that is very consistent is the very poor editing of every book I've read by these authors. I just kept thinking after all of the references to it in the reviews it would be corrected. It is very distracting and so unprofessional. I'm giving up on both of these series. It's just not worth the money spent.

Invitation To Die (The Killing Game—Book #1)
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Police Procedural
  • Published: Sep 27, 2015
  • Publisher: Jaden Skye
  • Seller: Brenda Lukeman
  • Print Length: 250 Pages
  • Language: English
  • Series: Book 1, The Killing Game
  • Requirements: To view this book, you must have an iOS device with iBooks 1.3.1 or later and iOS 4.3.3 or later, or a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later.

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