THE DEAD GAME BY SUSANNE LEIST

THE DEAD GAME BY SUSANNE LEIST

 

Book Description

Publication Date: August 29, 2013

The Dead Game is a paranormal mystery which takes place in a coastal town with sparkling blue waters. But are its waters harmless? Or is evil lurking beneath its soothing waves, ready to ensnare unsuspecting victims into its dark and murky depths?

Life changes in the remote town…as darkness falls on the picturesque streets, the ominous sounds of chanting linger on the whispering winds.

The young residents are invited to a party at End House. It is not at all what they had expected. Linda and her friends find themselves trapped in a deserted house where they must flee for their lives through revolving rooms and terrifying illusions. Or are they illusions? With two of their own still lost in the house, they decide to investigate on their own. Not knowing if their stalkers are vampires or humans, they must uncover the evil one controlling the game and everyone else in town.

THE DEAD GAME has begun.     

From the Author

I have always loved to read books. My goal has been to write a book different than any other book that I’ve ever read. And I believe I have accomplished this goal. The Dead Game is a supernatural thriller with plenty of mystery and romance.
The once peaceful town of Oasis becomes a haven for murder. Dead bodies are found on the beach. Tourists disappear from the hotel–never to be heard from again. Once the sun sets, dark shadows can be seen roaming the streets of town. With two of their own missing, Linda and her friends must locate THE DEAD and determine whether their members are humans or creatures of the night.

 

From the Inside Flap

The Dead Game takes place in a coastal town with sparkling blue waters. But are its waters harmless? Or is evil lurking beneath its soothing waves, ready to ensnare unsuspecting victims into its dark and murky depths?
Life changes in the remote town…as darkness falls on the picturesque streets, the ominous sounds of chanting linger on the whispering winds.
The young residents are invited to a party at End House. It is not at all what they had expected. They find themselves trapped in a deserted house where they must flee for their lives through revolving rooms and terrifying illusions. Or are they illusions? Not knowing if their stalkers are shape-shifters or humans, they must uncover the evil being controlling the game and everyone else in town.

The Dead Game – An extra spooky read!, January 9, 2014

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This review is from: The Dead Game (Kindle Edition)
Who would think that living in the quaint town of Oasis would be anything but sun-shining, flowers blooming, people smiling and warm hello’s being shared on squeaky, clean streets.

Author, Susanne Leist’s amazing ability to create imagery that draws you in in a second, makes you feel like a member of this lovely town from page one.

Unfortunately, that perfect, utopian image of Oasis begins to crumble when Linda, the main character, just new to Oasis, is told haunting stories about End House and is warned of the strange things that go on in the town.

Receiving an invitation to an upcoming party at End House, Linda, though perplexed by the invitation, uses the party as a chance to discover for herself the truth about the town.

Her curiosity leads her into a myriad of fearful, gut-wrenching, suspense-filled situations.

The book takes you from pleasant and pretty, to gobs of mystery, sitting on the edge of your seat suspense, and creepy evil. And all that is topped with just the right smattering of romance …to keep things extra interesting.

If you love a book that can take you to elevated levels of fear in a hurry, and get you so entangled in haunting mystery and fantasy that you get lost in a whirlwind of entrancing wonder, then this is the book for you!

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