Jaclyn’s Review: The Perfect Game by Stephen Paul

The Perfect Game

The Perfect Game
written by Stephen Paul
published by Telemachus Press, LLC, 2014

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Did I enjoy this book: 
I really enjoyed reading this book. The premise is pretty weird, if I’m being completely honest. It’s a murder mystery where the murders are committed by transferring the victim’s energy to another person–supposedly timed with specific baseball games. It sounds weird when you say it like that. I promise you–this is a good read. It was compelling to read. I really wanted to know who was committing the murders and if the hero would be able to stop whoever it was. This book won major points with me for originality–I’ve never read anything like this before.


Would I recommend it: Absolutely! I’ve actually already tried to recommend this book to people. I get blank stares when I try to explain what the book is about–it just sounds weird. You have to go out on a limb for this one, but I promise you that it is worth it!  Read this book . . . you’ll be glad you did!



About the book – from Goodreads: In a dark Manhattan alley, a young woman suddenly collapses from a brain hemorrhage. The statistics say it’s rare to have happened to someone so young and healthy, yet all signs point to natural causes. But when Kyle Vine, the man she was supposed to meet that night, learns she wasn’t the only victim, he knows there’s something more going on and soon discovers a mysterious link to the sudden success of a journeyman pitcher for the New York Yankees.

As the lethal brain bleeds continue to strike, Kyle and the woman’s eccentric uncle work together to unravel a mystery unlike any the world has ever seen in order to stop a ruthless killer from striking again.

Stephen Paul’s debut supernatural suspense thriller, The Perfect Game, is a fast-paced gripping ride that will continue to keep readers on the edge of their seats while trying to figure out who’s behind the deadly episodes, how they’re doing it and, perhaps most shocking of all, why.


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