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Reviewed by Viga Boland for Readers' Favorite
When a top homicide cop, Suzanne Delacroix, is called to the scene of a bloody and brutal murder of beautiful twins in their own home, what appears to be a ritualistic slaying is even more than she can stomach. Furthermore, while she can’t quite put her finger on it, something about the unusual markings on knives found at the scene gives her nightmares. She is so shaken, she hands in her badge. But some time later, in her new job, she assists a lawyer on a very ordinary case involving a family of four. As she investigates, she uncovers unexpected connections between what is happening to members of the family and a series of unsolved ritualistic-style murders of twins that date back to the early 1900s. What she discovers and what happens to the family, other good people and eventually herself is beyond comprehension, thanks to the depraved machinations of a very beautiful woman who serves only the “dark lord” and herself.
If your reading tastes are for the occult, the dark side, witches, evil forces, ancient curses, satanic rituals, mind reading, thought control and forbidden sexual pursuits, you’re going to love Game of Twins by Mo Robinson. This novel is spine tingling, and made doubly so by the fact that, except for the opening chapter, it’s all set in today’s world. Once you get into Game of Twins, whether you believe in otherworldly forces or not, you will find this book impossible to set aside. The plot is complex and relies on flashbacks a lot of the time. But Mo Robinson never lets readers lose their way as he catapults them to the climax at the speed of a non-stop train. To tell you more about what happens in Game of Twins would be to spoil your read. Just be prepared for a lot of ugliness by ugly people who have the wealth, power and occult talents to turn the lives of others upside-down unless Suzanne Delacroix can expose and destroy them. Does she succeed? Read Game of Twins to find out for yourself. Chilling!