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- Print Length: 220 pages
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- Publication Date: February 23, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01C502DBG
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So just by chance Laura was in the right place right after a murder occurred. A woman dressed like she belongs in the 1940, was found murdered. After some investigation Laura finds that the woman description matches an Internet game called Vegas Noir, which was developed by Mike McQuaid, a video game programming genius.
Asking her big brother Blake Rockford, the CEO of Rockford Security for help, Blake informs Laura that he meet Mike at a party at his penthouse condo. Will Blake be playing matchmaker again? Just read along and follow the story. Laura using her investigating skills soon finds a story she which she could really make a name for herself.
Mike McQuaid is not at all what Laura expected, and trying to stay one step ahead of Detective Troy Atkins, who by the way would like nothing better than getting Laura to pay attention to him, begins to find out who is killing and posing the victims as players in the video game.
Do you know what RPG means? Well don’t feel bad neither did I. It’s Role-playing game; you immerse yourself into the world of the video game and its characters. It’s like having a virtual life. So come along with Laura and Mike and see if you know who the killer is.
To really enjoy this series please read in order.
I recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a well written mystery that keeps you guessing.
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