Mystery & Thrillers, Short Story

Review: A Tricky Game @seraphima12

ATrickyGamePublisher: Smashwords
Author: Seraphima Bogomolova
Genre: Psychological, Mystery Thriller

★ ☆★ ☆★ – 4 Stars

A Tricky Game, by Seraphima Bogomolova, is a mystery psychological thriller, published by Souliris UK Ltd, released on July 15, 2013.

In Russia, an aluminum magnate, Kazimir Stankevitch, enters into an unwritten agreement with Angela Moreaux, an enigmatic and seductively attractive woman that he secretly desires. Later that night, as she returns home from a nightclub, a shot is fired at her. At the same time, in the Ritz, her unsuspecting associate has a meeting with an elderly Swiss gentleman, Jacques Moreaux, who delivers to him a mysterious letter signed by Angela. In a game of genuine intents, secret longings and seconds agendas, the seemingly unconnected yet mysteriously intertwined events unfold on the pages of this compelling psychological novella. As the stakes in the game go higher, the young woman finds herself confronted with life choices that will challenge her on unexpected levels.

A Tricky Game is an exciting read, especially for those who love psychological thriller, mystery, and a quick, easy read of around 100 pages.
This book was way out of comfort zone, see I am usually curled up with a romance, but man! I was surprised that I really enjoyed A Tricky Game. The book captured me within the first few pages. It was hard to follow with everything going on, but I still did enjoy it.
Angela Moreaux, a young, attractive lady who finds herself a mask man. This book will keep you turning pages with a few sexy scenes.

About the Author
SeraphimaSeraphima Bogomolova is an Author, Publisher, and Communications Expert.
She was born in St Petersburg, Russia and received a degree in English and American Literature in the private Institute of Foreign Languages. Her writing style in fiction can be described as cinematographic and in parts has been influenced by her two favourite authors, Anton Chekhov, one of the greatest writers of short stories in history, and John Fowles, a master of mystification in post modern English literature.
Seraphima’s love for travel and exploration brought her to many cities and countries including London, New York, Moscow, Dubai, and Geneva. In Moscow, she ran a cigar lifestyle magazine, Hecho a Mano, the first glossy publication on tobacco in Russia.

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Disclosure: I recieved this book from Book Publicity Services. I received a free copy of this book for review.


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