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The Name of the Game Was Murder by Joan Lowery Nixon
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Nov 13, 2009

really liked it

Unlike the other Joan Lowery Nixon book I read, The Other Side of Dark, the Name of the Game was Murder was an excellent read. It was interesting, fast-paced, and was enjoyable to read. If you were to chose from those 2 books, read The Name of the Game was Murder. Samantha wants to be a big-time author, just like her uncle who is extremely famous for his books. When she goes to visit her aunt and uncle, Sam finds that her uncle is not as he seems. Her cruel, cold-hearted uncle has set up a "game" for 6 famous celebrites who have 6 dark secrets that Sam's uncle will be willing to publish. If the stars can figure out the clues of the game, that person's secret will stay secret and a special treasure will be their's for the keeping. But when Sam's uncle is murdered, it is up to Sam to find his murderer and play the game her uncle set up before it's too late.

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