Let's play a game
by Tayler Macneill
Pub Date 13 Sep 2019
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The day they met, Jack fell in love and they’ve been together ever since. Life had been perfect, he had the kind of life every man dreamed of; the perfect wife, a great job and a foreseeable retirement. That was until the day he came across a letter addressed, ‘Dear Jack’.
Now he watches as the perfect marriage, job and life gets thrown into hell. A twisted stalker, spilt blood, desperate measures in desperate times. Who holds the secrets and who is telling lies? It’s a fight between good and evil, who will win?
River Macintyre - I read this book in two days and when I started it I thought it was a who done it, but that thought got blown out of the water. Dear Jack is amazing with smooth writing and a very full story line. I loved it so much. I was very happy to hear it is a series. Thank heavens. It is a psychological crime thriller with dark romance. When people take the time and read this there will be no regrets it’s a very deep story one you do not want to miss out on! I suggest you watch for all the clues there are many. It’s am amazing story
I recommend Tayler Macneill And Dear Jack to you all
Amanda rated it - it was amazing
I had the privilege to read this book just before publication. It would not be my usual genre to read, but from the very beginning I was hooked. The story flows well, the writing easy to process, so that you can concentrate on the story, instead of the author attempting to show off their use of a thesaurus, which I come across all too frequently. Each chapter leaves us wondering what will happen next. The amount of deaths is incredible! There is a serious psycho on the loose, or maybe a group of them going by what is happening.
I puzzled and puzzled. At the end of each chapter I gave myself time to digest what I had read and try to work out ‘whodunnit’. I was sure I had it, then something happened to throw me off. When I finally found out..well!!! I just had to stop reading, look up, mouth agape and declare ‘holy c***!’
This story is fabulous. I would highly recommend it to others and would also suggest they do as I do and read other novels by this very talented young lady.