I was unexpectedly surprised at the enjoyable plot that kept me guessing to the end. The author does not go too deeply into the land of role-playing games - just enough to give you idea of how they work, the kinds of people involved (a real variety), why they're fun, and how they can be perverted by a few unstable personalities into terrifying traps for even those who are not involved in the games themselves. A fun read.
One of Spindler's best! The plot twists really keep you guessing... you won't believe how this one ends. The characters are awesome; Stacy Killian, the main character, was introduced in Spindler's earlier book "See Jane Die". The plot deals with role-playing games (RPG), but does it in a way that is easy to understand. This book also has less of a "romance" side to it than some of Spindler's earlier books; the good tension is there between the characters, but is more implied than written about.
One word of warning though: if you have not read "See Jane Die", then this book does contain spoilers!
Good book, interesting plot. Thought I had it all figured out, but she surprised me with a few twists and turns that made me question my theory. Ending had a few more surprises, too! A little bit of romance thrown in for good measure, but nothing over the top or annoying enough to detract from the suspense. If you like your mysteries with a few surprises, I think you would enjoy this book.
Very interesting, I had to keep reading this book until I was finished. Couldn't lay it down, I finished it in one day.
An excellent mix of old and new characters from 'See Jane Die' and 'Bone Cold'. After Stacy leaves Dallas P.D. and moves to New Orleans and starts grad school, her friend and neighbor is killed. Stacy finds herself in the middle of a murder investigation with one of the Malone boys. This crime puts her right in the path of a new role-playing game, White Rabbit, that plays to the death. Very good book.