The Murder Game (Paperback)

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The Murder Game (Paperback)

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Boarding school has never been more dangerous.

What if your roommate is a murderer? Or what if he's being framed and only you can save him?

Luke Chase made history as a child when he escaped a kidnapping. Now, all he wants is to be a normal teenager. So when he sneaks out to the woods one night to drink with friends and flirt with the new British girl at school, he's excited to feel some freedom.

Except the next morning, one of their teachers is found murdered—in the exact same spot where they had been partying. Soon, Luke's roommate and best friend Oscar is the #1 suspect.

As the evidence and list of suspects builds, Luke attempts to use his famous survival skills to find the killer and clear Oscar's name. But as Luke gets closer to the truth, the killer is getting closer to Luke.

The Murder Game is perfect for fans of:

  • They Wish They Were Us and One of Us Is Lying
  • Murder mystery books for teens
  • Teen thrillers
  • Young adult suspense

Carrie Doyle is the best-selling author of multiple novels and screenplays that span many genres.

A born and bred New Yorker, Carrie has spent most of her life in Manhattan, with the exception of a six-year stint in Europe (Russia; France; England) and five years in Los Angeles. A former Editor-in-Chief of the Russian edition of Marie Claire, Carrie has written dozens of articles for various magazines. She is also a screenwriter, and her movie Intern (co-written with Jill Kargman) premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.

Carrie currently splits her time between New York and Long Island, with her husband and two teenage sons.


Product Details ISBN: 9781728222295
ISBN-10: 172822229X
Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire
Publication Date: April 6th, 2021
Pages: 384
Language: English
"A solid, well-paced read for any lover of YA mystery." — Booklist

"A character-driven murder mystery that will leave readers guessing until the big reveal." — School Library Journal