Over the years I've read lots of whodunnits but this one is right up at the top of my favorites! There were so many possible suspects that I was guessing right up until the end. I'm not one to cheat and read the ending before I finish, I like to be surprised and I was. Not so much the actual person but the motives behind the action.
You have Grayson, a psychologist, who partners with Colton, an old friend and together they start a business geared to motivate employees of companies by giving them personalized tasks in a high stakes game. They compete with fellow employees for promotions within the company they work for. The latest game developed by Grayson is for a company his exwife works for. When she turns up dead within the confines of the game, Grayson becomes the prime suspect. Although there are many people who would have the motive and the opportunity to commit the murder the police seem to be focusing on him. He finds himself searching for clues to prove his innocence.
This was a fast paced storyline that I read in record time, all 317 pages in less than two days. It's full of police interrogations and interviews, events told in different perspectives and timelines and lots of action. This is one novel not to miss if you like being detective for a day or two.
I received a complimentary copy of this book from Barbour Publishing and was under no obligation to post a review.