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The Killing Game

Narrated by: William Hope
Length: 10 hrs and 43 mins
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A heart-stopping thriller with plenty of twists and turns that will keep you on the edge of your seat, for fans of Peter Swanson, Harlan Coben and Linwood Barclay.  

Imagine you are having lunch at an exclusive restaurant, filled with Hollywood’s hottest stars. And a masked gunman walks in and takes everyone hostage. 

 You must bargain for your life against a twisted individual who knows everything about you. He also has a bomb set to detonate if his heart rate changes.  

If he dies. You die.  

You have four hours to stay alive. What would you do?

©2017 J.S. Carol (P)2019 Bolinda Publishing

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Terrifying, tense, edge of your seat stuff.

Really enjoyed this one. The tension, the suspense, and the danger. I can imagine that probably has happened somewhere in the states, it wouldn't surprise me. Well written and narrated, and I liked how it switched from restaurant to news room, to rest room. I thought King's actions at the end were correct, but he didn't realise the danger he'd put them in by doing as he did. Of course, the good guys nearly always save the day! My favourite scene I think was the "game" of Russian Roulette 6 of them played, as I didn't know who would get the... Well, wrong wheel. Although I did feel sorry for the bomber a little at the end, because of what we're told. A really exciting and suspenseful thriller, with terror mixed in, and a very good read.