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.
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.
What they’re saying:
“I love when a book isn’t exactly what I expected it to be and this book was wrong in all the right ways. Twists and turns that always seemed to go in the right direction without ever being predictable. Complete, honest, believable characters allow the unbelievable story to seem completely possible.
Usually a story with a super natural flair is ALL about the super natural but this was so much more. These characters would have been engrossing and engaging and entertaining without anything extra. Kyle isn’t a characature of a guy but a real guy. His friends and enemies aren’t cartoon sidekicks and villains but real people with their own story that they get to tell and share.
I love when I find a new author with a new idea. Makes me feel like I’m on the ground floor of something that could be big. If you are looking for something fast, exciting, and different this is it. Enjoy.”