Breaking Steele

Breaking Steele THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME JUST MIGHT BE GAMING ITSELF Gory video game violence comes home to roost when two store managers are brutally murdered in the back room of their gaming shop just before peek ho

  • Title: Breaking Steele
  • Author: Kimberly Amato David Maddux
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • THE MOST DANGEROUS GAME JUST MIGHT BE GAMING ITSELF Gory video game violence comes home to roost when two store managers are brutally murdered in the back room of their gaming shop just before peek holiday season The corporation that owns the store is doing everything it can to keep the matter quiet but they won t succeed if detective Jasmine Steele cracks the case BecTHE MOST DANGEROUS GAME JUST MIGHT BE GAMING ITSELF.Gory video game violence comes home to roost when two store managers are brutally murdered in the back room of their gaming shop just before peek holiday season The corporation that owns the store is doing everything it can to keep the matter quiet but they won t succeed if detective Jasmine Steele cracks the case Because said corporation has plenty of skeletons in its closet and one of them is far too familiar to our heroine Kimberly Amato serves up a heart pounding, chilling addition to the Jasmine Steele hard boiled mystery series a fast paced police procedural that s as gripping as it is eerily personal And it comes with a captivating although, as Jazz might say, a slightly nerdy bonus a heaping dose of the fascinating ins and outs of video game subculture Which is far murderous than the average reader would suspect.A routine call lands hardass detective Jasmine Steele and her longtime partner Will Everts at the scene of a grisly crime two employees of a mega corporation called Gamer Syndicate are discovered in a pile of blood, tortured, with their throats slit, and cocaine on or near them Just as Jasmine begins to suspect the meticulous job was done by a calculating professional, she gets a jolting confirmation literally the joint blows up while it s full of cops All signs point to the shop being involved in activity much treacherous than video games.Understandably, Gamer Syndicate isn t pleased with the notion that a murder was committed on their property Not to mention that you can t have a double homicide with drug implications when you have a billion dollar game release in a month or so But what Jasmine can t abide is their apparent refusal to cooperate with the authorities at all The sole witness is a 19 year old kid named Tucker Winslow, a clerk at the shop And his employer s keeping him silent.Jasmine thought she was done playing games with criminals Suddenly the case is full of them And she has a hunch her old nemesis, the corrupt and downright evil Garrison clan, is at the control panel.Alongside her big brother esque ex Marine partner Will and smart, savvy not to mention sexy girlfriend, psychologist Frankie with some loving comic relief from her live in nephew Chase, who s growing up way too fast for her comfort Jasmine must navigate the complex ins and outs of greedy corporate America at its most corrupt to solve a gruesome murder mystery and finally put a ruthless enemy to bed.A chilling hard boiled treat for fans of gritty murder mysteries like those by Karin Slaughter, Mo Hayder, and Alex Marwood, not to mention those with a weakness for female cops, from the BBC s Jane Tennison up to Rizzoli and isles And as an added bonus, author Kimberly Amato s no holds barred commentary about the ills of social media and corporate America is as apt as it s wry and witty

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      Published :2019-06-05T05:30:31+00:00

    About " Kimberly Amato David Maddux "

  • Kimberly Amato David Maddux

    I m horrible about writing a bio about myself It feels very not me I am a simple person, went to school, got an MA in Forensic Psychology, work as an actress, writer and web designer to pay the bills I love video games and my family Normal human being trying to live life to the fullest the best way I know how by putting one foot in front of the other.

  • 632 Comments

  • Brilliantly done!! top notch storytelling,sometimes disturbing but very compelling writinggood chemistry and great supporting cast of characters.e author's unhurried,spare narrative style is a perfect match for her characters,particularly the complicated main(Steele),who continues to focus her anger directly into the abyss of the soul of just one man(I.Garrison)with a fast-paced,greatly edited,page-turning excitement and a chilling conclusion,this book is s suspenseful,dark thriller where the se [...]


  • Awesome! top notch storytelling,sometimes disturbing but very compelling stuffgood chemistry and a great supporting cast.e author's unhurried,spare narrative style and writing is a perfect match for her characters,particularly the complicated main(Steele),who continues to focus her anger directly into the abyss of the soul of just one man(I.Garrison)with a fast-paced,greatly edited,page-turning excitement and a chilling conclusion,this book is a suspenseful,dark thriller where the serial killing [...]


  • Exciting!I've read all of the Steele novels and this was my favorite. The plot was well done and fast paced. Anyone that like police stories will enjoy these!


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