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Tansy Meadows is done. She has escaped into the wild and is very happy photographing mountain lions for National Geographic. She doesn’t have to deal with people or the grating feel of their emotions and thoughts. Tansy has a very special talent, one that has caused her a lot of pain, and all she wants is to escape from humanity. Having spent years helping to hunt down serial killers, she feels it’s her due.
Kaden Montague is a member of an elite secret ops team and is on the trail of a killer that will destroy everything he and the other GhostWalkers have created and accomplished. It appears that one of their own has begun a cross country game that is pitting two teams against each other in a bloody competition of one-upmanship. Kaden needs Tansy to help him find these two teams before mainstream society figures out what is happening and labels them all as killers.
Murder Game is the seventh in the GhostWalker series and should be read in order.
Christine Feehan has brought Kaden Montague to the fore in this installation of the series. His leadership and fortitude are threatened with the atrocities that the rebel GhostWalkers are perpetrating. Without Tansy’s help he is facing failure, but at the same time he does not want to expose her to the evil that she’s been facing since she was a small child. Whitney’s spectre is present in this book, but it takes a backburner to the vile men that are hunting and killing as a game. I found myself having to slow down and read everything when all I wanted to do was hurry up and find out who was who and how they were stopped. A great story, Murder Game did have a stronger story arc than relationship arc. I still enjoyed reading about Tansy and Kaden; however I was enthralled by the chase of the villains and the way it all played out.
Reviewed by: Serena