Wicked Game

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, 2009 - Fiction - 474 pages
25 Reviews
Twenty years ago, wild child Jessie Brentwood vanished from St. Elizabeth's high school. Most in Jessie's tight circleof friends believed she simply ran away. Few suspected that Jessie was hiding a shocking secret-one that brought her into the crosshairs of a vicious killer . . .
Two decades pass before a body in unearthed on school grounds and Jessie's old friends reunite to talk. Most are sure that the body is Jessie's, that the mustery of what happened to her has finally been solved. But soon, Jessie's friends each begin to die in horrible, freak accidents that defy explanation . . .
BUT HER . . .
Becca Sutcliff has been haunted for years by unsettling visions of Jessie, certain her friend me with a grisly end. Now the latest deaths have her rattled. Becca can sense that an evil force is shadowing her too, waiting for just the right moment to strike. She feels like she's going crazy. Is it alla coincidence-or has Jessie's killer finally returned to finish what was started all those years ago?

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SO so....ending was erratic....confusing, - Goodreads
I just love the premise of this book. - Goodreads
The ending was I felt too soft. - Goodreads

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SO so....ending was erratic....confusing, Read full review

Review: Wicked Game (Wicked #1)

User Review  - Medora - Goodreads

My test drive with Lisa Jackson. Mildly interesting but predictable, with oh so much coincidence. The killer gets away to continue the series. I wont. Read full review

About the author (2009)

Lisa Jackson has been writing romantic fiction for fifteen years. Over sixty of her books have been published and reprinted in more than a dozen foreign languages. A single mother, she is a native of Oregon, where she still resides with her two teenage sons. Lisa is often asked what is the key to her success, and her unfailing answer is a keen imagination, incredible friends, loving family, and always, loads of laughter. As Oscar Wilde is purported to have said, "Life is too important to be taken seriously.

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