I know everything about you.
I know your name, your birthday, your kids’ names, where you live, where you work. I know when you get that big promotion, or when you argue with your spouse.
You tell me all this because I’m your bartender.
But someone knows everything about me too. Someone knows all my secrets and they’re using them against me. They’re setting me up.
The police think I murdered Emily Parker. To prove my innocence I need to find the real killer.
I need to beat him at his own game.
This was a very twisted thriller, the killer is playing a dark game for his own reasons that aren’t apparently clear to either Clay or the reader.
While Clay was playing with fire sleeping with a married woman, he certainly doesn’t deserve to be framed for murder and forced to go on the run, following the orders of the real killer to keep himself and his friends alive.
A tense cat and mouse game ensues, with Clay determined to find the real killer and evade the police who think he’s the guilty one.
*I was kindly gifted a copy of this book in exchange for taking part in the blog tour but all opinions remain my own.