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Board to Death is a Trio of Mysteries in the Dangerous Games Series. The book is written by Amy Barkman, Debbie Roome, and Tracy Ruckman.

Baby Boomers Polly Nichols, Lindsay Wilson, and Gretchen Anderson may live worlds apart, but they have one common hobby – a penchant for board games.

Polly’s serene Kentucky campground turns sinister when the manager is a VICTIM of murder.
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Paperback, 302 pages
Published September 1st 2011 by Write Integrity Press
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Skjam!
Disclosure: I received this book as part of the Firstreads giveaway program on the premise that I would write a review of it.

As the subtitle says, this is a set of three mystery stories linked by the theme of games. It's double-spaced with fairly large type, so the book was a fast read.

The protagonists are all older women ("baby boomers" as the blurb puts it) and the stories double as romances as each of them finds love as well as danger. The stories are compentently written, although only one o
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Laura
Title: BOARD TO DEATH
Authors: Amy Barkman, Debbie Roome, and Tracy Ruckman
Publisher: Write Integrity Press
September 2011
ISBN: 978-0983948506
Genre: Cozy mystery novellas

Playing games has never been so dangerous….

A trio of mysteries in the Dangerous Games series

Victim by Amy Barkman—Polly has moved into a retirement campground (with a number of permanent residents) in order to downsize and simplify her life after her divorce. She is friends with most of the residents there and meets daily to play
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Kim Justice
Three stories in one. And to make it interesting, they all three are mysterious connected by games.

These three authors knows how to keep you going. The only thing that I missed was near the end. I honestly was looking for the story to continue right on into the next. Instead the next story started by new characters and new mystery.

The characters were good. The plots were good. But wish the book just flowed right on through instead of really separating the stories. I know it was by three differ
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Debbie Roome was born and raised in Zimbabwe and later spent fifteen years in South Africa. In 2006 she moved to New Zealand with her husband and five children. Writing has been her passion since the age of six and she loves to write stories that touch people's lives and turn them towards God. Over the years she has won many awards and trophies for her work, including placing first in the Rose &am ...more
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