Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The perfect date

The Perfect GameThe Perfect Game by Stephen Paul
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

** I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review**

Kyle Vine a college professor, recently divorced, decides to go out one night and meet up with one of his female students named Allie….. yes this sounds all wrong, but when he finds her on the ground in a dark alley, and a dark shadow running away , something just isn’t right. He was contemplating calling the cops, but was worried about his career and someone finding out about the relationship. Everything turns out find when the doctors claim she had a brain hemorrhage and is fighting for her life in the hospital.
Kyle had enough problems of his own. He was being sued by the family of a client who committed suicide, his relationship to Bree, his daughter, was the only highlight of his life, and even that seemed a bit strained at the moment and now add all of this to the mix.
Liam, Allie’s uncle who found some older text messages between him and Allie and decided that Kyle could help him solve the riddle of the murder attempt on his niece’s life. No matter how much doctors would insist it was a brain aneurysm, Liam was sure that someone tried to murder Allie.

Kyle inlist his friend Eddie to help him solve this case. Does Allie’s crazy uncle have a point, or does he really need to get in touch with reality?
A great, fast pace thriller that will have you up till the butt crack of dawn trying to figure out who did it.

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