Dead Game: An Emily Stone Novel

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Outskirts Press, Incorporated, 2009 - Fiction - 376 pages
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In this Video Game, "Game Over" Means You're Dead
In her independent efforts to catch child killers, Emily Stone discovers the evidence that the cops can't - or won't - uncover. Now, this covert investigator is back on the hunt for the world's most sick and twisted murderers. But even with help from ex-police detective Rick Lopez, this time she's facing her most dangerous opponent yet.
The headlines in the San Jose Mercury News blare updates on a serial killer who seems able to slaughter with impunity. Men, women - it doesn't matter; the victims serve only to satisfy a perverted need to kill. The killer watches the moment of death on multiple computer screens, over and over again. The only connection is that they're all devotees of the latest video-game craze - a sophisticated brain-puzzler called EagleEye.
When the killer goes after Lopez's law-enforcement mentor, Lopez and Stone decide to give the cops a little extra, unsolicited help. What follows takes them deep inside a shocking high-tech world, a kind of social-networking community for serial killers. But when they start getting too close to the truth, all hell's going to break loose.
Now, Stone and Lopez become the killer's next target as Stone must make a difficult decision to leave the ones she loves in an all-or-nothing effort for survival. Can they stay alive long enough to blow the whistle on this unlikely perpetrator?

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Review: Dead Game (Emily Stone #2)

User Review  - Martha Cheves - Goodreads

Dead Game - Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish Five flat screen computers sat on a table in a semicircle configuration, each with ... Read full review

Review: Dead Game (Emily Stone #2)

User Review  - Rashmi Pant - Goodreads

Two ex-cops hunt for child predators and find information cops cant (I don't know how they do that) and send all the evidence to the police for their apprehension! They make an exception to hunt down ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Martin Koban is a personal trainer from Berlin, Germany. Martin began his research into knee pain and the requirements for healthy knees in 2009, after his brother suffered a meniscus tear during volleyball training. In the years that followed, Martin passionately studied the subject to learn how knee injuries can be prevented and how you can eliminate knee pain by fixing its underlying causes. Martin has since shared this approach through a self-help website that has helped over 800,000 people from around the world and he published two books on this subject, "Total Knee Health" and "Beating Patellar Tendonitis." Martin has independently worked with Germany's national volleyball team and the methods taught in his books are being used by numerous other professional, as well as recreational athletes from a wide range of sports.

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