PREY FOR THE DEAD Blog Tour – Day 3

Thank you, Yvette M. Calleiro for hosting my blog tour today.

Welcome to the “PREY FOR THE DEAD” Blog Tour! @SusanneLeist @4WillsPub #RRBC


It is my privilege to share with you another great author from RRBCSusanne Leist is the author of The Dead Game and is here today to share with you her newest book, Prey for the Dead. I’ve read The Dead Game and found it very interesting. I’m sure her newest book is going to be just as good.

Final Cover

Here is Susanne to tell you more about herself and her books!

I have always loved to read. Agatha Christie, Alistair Maclean, Robert Ludlum, and many other authors filled my young imagination with intrigue and mystery. When I wasn’t reading late into the night, the TV shows—Murder She Wrote and Columbo—entertained me with tales of murder and suspense.

Over the years, my taste in TV expanded to include such shows as Supernatural and The Originals. I searched for paranormal, murder mysteries but found few at the library or bookstore. So, I wrote one.

A career in writing has been a big leap for me. Accustomed to the number-crunching field of budgeting and the hectic commodity markets, I left my first career and M.B.A. in Finance behind to pursue my dream. I do not regret my foray into literature for one moment. Fellow authors helped me make my way through the competitive field. I write every day and even tried my hand at poetry. If someone tells you it’s too late in life to try something different, they are wrong. It is never too late to follow your heart.

TheDead Game is the first book in The Dead Game series. It brings fantasy and the surreal to the classic murder mystery with dead bodies, suspects, and clues. It offers vampires, vampire derivatives, and a touch of romance to give spice to the mix. Once you read The Dead Game, you will never look at a dead body the same way.

In Book Two, Prey for The Dead, the suspense continues as The Dead use an exclusive club in Disney World and infiltrate the rich and famous. The Dead grow in power, and not even the sun or the swamps of Florida can weaken them. Linda – my main character – and her friends join with the human vampires or hybrids to defeat the evil forces threatening to control their town.

I hope you enjoy my books. The third book of The Dead Game Series is waiting for me to write.


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To follow along with the rest of the tour, please visit the author’s tour page on the 4WillsPublishing site.  If you’d like to book your own blog tour and have your book promoted in similar grand fashion, please click HERE.

Lastly, Susanne is a member of the best book club ever – RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB {#RRBC}! If you’re looking for amazing support as an author, or if you simply love books, JOIN US! We’d love to have you!


Dark shadows have been stalking me

every single night.

As soon as the sun sets,

dark shadows appear on the streets

of Oasis.

I can’t escape from them.

Now I have one following me.

It’s followed me from End House.

I knew I shouldn’t have

attended that party.

The party from hell, where

no one was there to greet us

but deadly traps and revolving rooms.

Just when I thought I was safe,

and free from End House,

I have one of them chasing me.

What are they?

Or shall I say, who are they?

They are The Dead.

And they’ve come for all of us.

I can hear it behind me.

Help me!

THE DEAD take no prisoners.

THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist




THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist

THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist

The Dead Game is a supernatural thriller. It is a cross between The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural.
Linda moved to a small town to live a quieter and simpler life. She opened a bookstore and made new friends. Life was simple–that is until the dead body washed up on shore. Linda was horrified to find out that dead bodies and disappearing tourists were common for this town. As soon as the sun set, she and her friends were stalked by dark shadows. But this was only the beginning.
Linda and her group received an unsigned invitation to a party at the deserted house on the hill. They were afraid of the unfriendly hill residents. Residents that only ventured out of their homes at night. They did attend the party. Pursued through revolving rooms and dangerous traps, they barely escaped with their lives. Two of their own remained trapped in the house. Or so they thought.
The Dead Game had begun.