Invitation to Madness (The Killing Game—Book 2)

Invitation to Madness (The Killing Game—Book 2)

By Jaden Skye

  • Release Date : 2016-01-08
  • Genre : Police Procedural
  • FIle Size : 2.12 MB
Score: 4.0
4.0
From 31 Ratings

Description

Invitation to Madness (The Killing Game—Book 2) Two young, female patients are found dead in a semi-private mental hospital in Queens. Each is found on the floor in their rooms, jugulars slashed. The hospital classifies them as suicides—but when a third patient is found dead, a terrifying question arises: is there a serial killer on the loose in the hospital?  

The FBI Behavioral Unit calls in its star criminal profiler, Tracy Wrenn, to provide her unique insights to crack the case. Immersed in the world of the hospital, Tracy encounters a wide array of disturbing and perplexing characters, each with their own level of psychosis. Tracy must plunge into the depths of the disturbed minds of both inmates and staff as she tries to sort out what is real and what is fantasy, and as she begins to learn just how twisted the human mind can be.

A shocking twist culminates in an ending Tracy can never expect, as she finds herself on the brink—and can only hope to return.

Book #3 in The Killing Game is also available!

Reviews

  • Invitation to madness

    1
    By carcilianqueen
    One of the worst books I’ve read in a very long time! I had to force myself to continue reading on the slim chance that it would redeem itself, but unfortunately this book did not improve. Hollow characters, predictable plot line, and an absolutely miserable understanding of FBI and police procedures and forensics. Do yourself a favor and give this book a pass!
  • Enjoyable

    4
    By Grammiebud
    Jaden's books aren't heavy reading, more for relaxation. I must read too much because I recognized the killer right off. It s just fun to come to the end!
  • Invitation to Madness

    1
    By Frankenstein-M.D.
    Horribly written and entirely predictable. That's time I'll never get back.
  • Riveting

    4
    By Ominay287
    Good read for a Sunday afternoon. Looking forward to the next book.

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