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The Killing Game by Iris Johansen Review

Title: The Killing Game

Author: Iris Johansen

First published January 1, 1999

355 pages, Paperback

ISBN: 9780553581553 (ISBN10: 0553581554)

Rating: 4.2

Overview

A RUTHLESS ASSAILANT ON THE LOOSE… A YOUNG GIRL IN DANGER…

A WOMAN DETERMINED TO STOP HIM

Eve Duncan is no stranger to grief. Her daughter, Bonnie, was brutally murdered years ago, and her body has never been found.

Now, Eve is embroiled in a new case involving a young girl at the center of a dangerous game. A cunning killer is on the hunt, and he knows just how to manipulate Eve to get what he wants.

He’ll stop at nothing to claim his prize, even if it means putting an innocent child’s life in peril. As Eve races against time to stop the killer, she’s driven to the edge, haunted by memories of her own loss.

But she won’t rest until justice is served and the young girl is safe. In a thrilling game of cat and mouse, Eve will stop at nothing to bring the killer to justice before it’s too late.

About the Author

Iris Johansen has made a name for herself as a bestselling author, having penned numerous books throughout her career. Interestingly, Johansen only began writing after her children moved away to attend college.

She started out in the early 1980s writing category romances, eventually transitioning to suspense historical romance novels in 1991 with the release of her book, The Wind Dancer. However, in 1996, Johansen made a major shift towards crime fiction, which has proven to be a successful move for her.

Johansen is based in Georgia and is happily married. Her son, Roy Johansen, is a talented screenwriter and novelist who has even won an Edgar Award.

Furthermore, Johansen’s daughter, Tamara, assists her with research for her books.

In addition to her solo work, Johansen has also coauthored books with her son, including Sight Unseen and the Kendra Michaels series.

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