Autumn Reiniger expects something special for her 21st birthday. Daddy’s already bought her the sports car, the apartment, and admission to the private college where she parties away her weekends. Now she wants excitement, and she’s going to get it. Her father signs up Autumn and five friends for an “ultimate urban reality” game: a simulated drug deal, manhunt, and jailbreak. It’s a high-priced version of cops and robbers, played with fake guns and fast cars on the streets of San Francisco. Edge Adventures alerts the SFPD ahead of time that a “crime simulation” is underway, so the authorities can ignore the squealing tires and desperate cries for help. Which is convenient for the gang of real kidnappers zeroing in on their target and a mammoth payday. Because Daddy doesn’t know that someone has spotted his hedge fund’s bulging profits, and the path to those riches runs right through Daddy’s Little Girl.
Working on a case nearby is forensic psychiatrist Jo Beckett and her partner, Gabe Quintana. When the pair encounters a suspicious group of men carting six sullen college kids to the woods for a supposed wilderness adventure, alarm bells ring. Jo takes a closer look and winds up with an invite to Autumn Reiniger’s 21st birthday party — a party she may never leave.
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The Ultimate Test!
wow... this was bad
a paper shredder???
the nightmare thief damn near turned me off books forever... there is no way i would ever read another by this author...i thouught the marilyn quayle book done several years ago was the worst i had ever listened to... well step down ,madam second lady... u have been replaced
susan ericksen was, as always, wonderful...
i would have never let this thing get into print...
it is the only book i ever listened to in which i hoped everyone would die
- Dorotha K. Thurner