What if your best friend and roommate killed a teacher at your prep school? Or what if he didn’t do it, but he’s being framed, and you’re the only person who can save him?
Luke Chase didn’t mean to get caught up solving the mystery of Mrs. Heckler’s murder. He just wanted to spend alone time with the new British girl at their boarding school.
But little did he know someone would end up dead right next to their rendezvous spot in the woods, and his best friend and roommate Oscar Weymouth would be the one to take the blame. With suspects aplenty and a past that’s anything but innocent, Luke Chase reluctantly calls on his famous survival skills to solve the mystery and find the true killer.
The Murder Game was such a fun mystery. The storyline centers around a prep school murder. Mostly everyone just about become a suspect and it becomes a guessing game. Also another cover I like and the characters I enjoy.
Luke is a good guy. You feel sorry for him in the beginning because he was kidnap years ago. He Never breaks the rules, expect for one night. Luke and his friend breaks crewfew and discover their teacher dead. Now they the kids have a packed not to say what happen in the woods. Then Luke best friend gets blame for the crime, and now must do everything he can to help him.
Everyone is hiding secrets in the woods that night, so who really the killer?
This was a fast pace read. I really like the book a lot even if it was predictable at times. Really did get myself lost in the story and did like the crazy twists.
Luke in the book is smart and a survivor of a kidnapping. He keeps good eye on details and knows what something don’t feel right.
Luke will do anything to protect his friend and solve the case despite the dangers.
If you enjoy prep school murders, then check out The Murder Game.