The Murder Game : A gripping murder mystery from the author of A Fatal Crossing (Hardcover)

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One house. Nine guests. Endless motives for murder...

In the seaside town of Hamlet Wick, nine guests assemble for a New Year's Eve party to remember. The owner of Hamlet Hall has organised a murder mystery evening with a 1920s twist, and everyone has their own part to play. But the game has barely begun when one guest is found dead - killed by a fatal injury to the head.

With no phone signal and no way out of the house, the others are trapped with a killer in their midst. Someone is playing by their own rules. And in a close-knit community, old rivalries run deep...

Praise for Tom Hindle:'A new heir to Agatha Christie...classic crime for the 21st century' Ragnar Jonasson'This is riveting stuff, breathing new life into the traditional locked-room mystery. Hindle puts a 21st century spin on a Golden Age tale that's both captivating and cunning' The Sun'Unsurprisingly The Murder Game attracts comparisons with the work of Agatha Christie and passes this pretty stiff test with flying colours [...] He has the potential to become a major new voice in British crime writing' Shots Magazine 'Tricksy, expertly plotted and kept me guessing till the end' Adam Simcox'A 1920s-themed murder mystery evening in a country house turns surprisingly realistic in this thriller from the bestselling author of A Fatal Crossing' Cosmopolitan'Don't ask yourself whether to buy or not to buy this captivating mystery. Just do it' Douglas Skelton'This is a wickedly good locked room thriller with modern twists on the Christie tradition [...], be prepared for some eye-popping surprises!' Peterborough Telegraph 'Twist after gut-punching twist' M.

W. Craven'Dazzling' Crime Monthly'Suspenseful' Country Life Magazine'It may be a close knit community, but there's a few residents who would do anything - we do mean, anything - to keep their secrets buried deep' Belfast Telegraph