Red Rover, Perdition Games

| March 22, 2017


A riveting mystery with psychological twists that you won’t see coming

How far would you go to protect your reputation?
An ex-football player is brutally murdered. A National Ballet dancer inexplicably commits suicide. The only link between the two deaths is Dr. Roger Peterson, a famous psychiatrist and bestselling author.
Toronto Private Investigator Samantha McNamara can’t accept that her childhood friend manipulated the dancer into committing suicide or that he’s capable of murder. But the victim’s schizophrenic wife was Dr. Peterson’s patient and lover. And her husband intended to go public with a complaint that would destroy the doctor’s life.

When Sam’s fiancé, ex-OPP Inspector Reece Hash, receives a shocking suicide letter from the ballerina, Dr. Peterson’s unethical conduct unravels. But the psychiatrist could be a pawn in a twisted game. As the pieces fall into place, a ruthless serial killer plunges Sam and Reece into a terrifying nightmare. Their only chance of survival is to outwit a psychopath whose greatest pleasure is the game.

The rules are simple: trust no one, believe nothing, and stay alive.

What readers are saying about Red Rover, Perdition Games

“Fraser crafts a strong mystery that sweeps readers along with the two well-developed main character.”–Kirkus Reviews

“Full of espionage, intrigue, technological, psychological and legal terminology that will keep the reader guessing at every breathtaking turn.”–San Francisco Book Review

“Move over Criminal Minds and NCIS, there is a new PI in town.”–Reader’s Favorite


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