A Game of Greed and Deception by John Matthews

Cover of A Game of Greed and Deception

It’s almost spooky season. What a perfect time for thrillers. Keep reading to hear my thoughts on A Game of Greed and Deception.

A perfect anniversary trip begins to unravel when the husband goes missing after a car accident. But was it an accident? Tammy soon discovers that she is being stalked and someone has been in the cabin. A deadly game of cat and mouse ensues, revealing the greedy nature of the young widow.

My Thoughts on A Game of Greed and Deception

A Game of Greed and Deception started off quickly. There was a lot of forced dialogue in the beginning. It just didn’t seem natural, and I almost put the book down there.

Once the action started the dialogue got a little better. The events started moving along smoothly. I was worried that the direction it was taking would be too obvious. You know within the first few pages that Tammy is planning to kill her wealthy husband. Luckily, that’s isn’t the end of the story.

After that the story picked up. I enjoyed the creativity that the author used to expand upon the over used trope. He also created one of the most dislikable characters that I have ever experienced. Tammy was absolutely horrible. I definitely wanted her to get caught.

I also really enjoyed the setting. The whole story took place in a cabin set in a snowy mountain. It felt isolated and sinister. To me, the atmosphere was reminiscent of The Shining.

All in All, it was an entertaining read.

My Rating: 3/5


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