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Publisher's Summary

Ten years working as a prosecutor have left Meredith Delay jaded and unsure of what she wants out of life. She's good at her job, but it haunts her. Her boyfriend wants her to commit, but she keeps him at arm's length. Then Meredith is assigned to a high-profile prosecution involving the violent murder of a fallen hockey star. At first, it appears to be just another case to work. But when her old friend Julian is accused of the murder, it takes on a whole new dimension.
Meredith, Julian, Jonathan, and Lily were a tight-knit group in law school. But now, Jonathan's defending Julian, and Lily's loyalties aren't clear. And when Julian invokes a rare - and risky - defense, Meredith is forced to confront their past. Has something they played at as students finally been brought to death?
©2016 Catherine McKenzie (P)2016 Catherine McKenzie
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2 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 01-07-17

The story of the pathetic protagonist

The protagonist, a female prosecutor in her early 30s, lacks emotional maturity. The murder game is a legal thriller without the thrill, or maybe it's a suspense thriller without the suspense or the thrill. Author Catherine McKenzie bets everything on a surprise twist at the end, only the twist is not a surprise because she gave it away earlier.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 01-06-17

Frustrating

What would have made The Murder Game better?

This entire story just made me upset

What was most disappointing about Catherine McKenzie writing as Julie Apple’s story?

The characters, especially Meredith, she had no common sense and I got tired of her whining throughout the story

How did the narrator detract from the book?

Voice was flat - nauseating

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from The Murder Game?

The question should be what I would leave in, I would cut more the half of the story

Any additional comments?

I don't think I'll be downloading anymore of her books

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