The Dead Game

The Dead Game

Linda moves to a seaside town to live a quiet life. She opens a bookstore and makes new friends. Life is simple--that is until the dead body washes up on shore. Linda is horrified to find that dead bodies and disappearing tourists are common for this small town. As soon as the sun sets, the residents and tourists are stalked by dark shadows. But this is only the beginning.

Linda and her friends receive an unsigned invitation to a party at a deserted house. They are pursued through revolving rooms and dangerous traps, barely escaping with their lives. Two of their own remain trapped in the house. Or so they think.

They must embark on a difficult journey, chased by unnatural creatures, not knowing whom to trust, to uncover the one controlling the game and everyone in town. Who are The Dead? Are they humans or vampires? Or a combination of both? Will there be an end to their evil game? Will Linda and Todd find love? Will a second book be needed?

The Dead Game has begun.

Title:The Dead Game
ISBN:9781478704485
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  • S.M. Yair-Levy

    A fast-paced, epic read! I'm already a sucker for a good horror novel but add in mystery and paranormal with a touch of romance, like this book does, and you've basically found my happy place. The Dea...

  • Angel

    Usually I don't like vampire stories, they're trite and Susanne Leist's "The Dead Game" is like a scavenger hunt with a twist of the board game "Clue". Every character is like a chess piece and just w...

  • Marie

    This book starts out pretty quick and it took me for a ride into the town of Oasis, Florida, where a woman arrives as a new resident and opens up a bookstore. There is a mystery in Oasis and something...

  • Amber

    I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review.When Ms. Susanne Leist approached me about reading and reviewing her Supernatural mystery novel The Dead Game, I decided to check it out and re...

  • Dianne

    Amazon |  Barnes & NobleDoesn’t the name Oasis sound like an idyllic place to live? The perfect calm and relaxing place to settle down, Oasis has small town charm, small town neighbors, and even...

  • Jim Goforth

    Some books take an eternity to get things kick-started, using slow burn tactics to ramp up suspense or develop storylines, some almost to the point where you almost feel like giving up on them with th...

  • Trang Tran (Bookidote)

    Wow this novel is so precious ! It introduces us to a little town Oasis where tourists disappear without a trace, murders here and there but the local police always trying to hide them. Linda and her ...

  • Stuart Keane

    The beauty of the horror genre is variety. With so many sub-genres, you can always find something to read, something to take your fancy. Be it serial killers, ghosts, haunted houses, thrillers...you g...

  • Samantha Londer

    I received a free copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.The Dead Game isn't usually the type of novel that I go for, but I'm trying to read more of a variety. I was excited to read so...

  • T.B. Markinson

    THE DEAD GAME by Susanne Leist is full of so many twists and turns, one may forget where the story began. Her creativity and imagination went wild, making for an entertaining read. She has cleverly mi...