- Narrated by: Johnny Heller
- Length: 11 hrs and 29 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 16-12-11
- Language: English
- Publisher: StoneHouse Ink
Jude Parish is afraid. The former violent crimes cop turned best-selling true crime author has a fear-filled demon lodged inside of him. A demon so real he can only imagine a slimy reptilian beast with scaly skin, black eyes, and razor-sharp fangs having taken up residence inside the place where his once confident and fearless soul resided.
Now, in the wake of his literary success, the ever anxious Jude is hoping to lead a quiet, peaceful life in the idyllic Adirondack vacation town of Lake George, New York with his new pregnant wife, Rosie, and Jack, his young son from a previous marriage. But when Jude becomes the accidental witness to a bizarre "kill game" in which the killer, video game designer and master of disguise, Hector "the Black Dragon" Lennox, insists on recording the screams of his victims prior to shooting them dead, the ex-cop's life is turned upside down.
When Lennox is arrested by the L.G.P.D. and Jude is asked to act as the state's star witness, he has no choice but to fight his demon-fear and take on the role. But what he doesn't realize at the time, is that the killer's arrest is actually the first level in what is a carefully designed and scripted first-person video kill game that will involve his entire family as players and victims.
How will the kill game end?
Like all violent video games, it will end in death. But it won't be Game Over until Hector Lennox catches the screams of his tortured victims.
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By Kelly watley on 08-12-16
The best book I've read for some time.
This book grabs you by the collar and drags you into a fast paced, exciting world...the action is relentless and keeps you absorbed right to the end
a gripping adventure with plenty of intrigue and suspense and current climate credible politics
very hard to put down
The multiple layers of the tale open out like a flower but keep you guessing until almost the end
The plot was fast paced and gripping, all the more intense because it was an entirely possible scenario.