Lumpini Park by Ty Hutchinson
Continuing on the trail of the Chasing Chinatown murder game, Abby is determined not to end her part just because they caught the killers in San Francisco, but her superiors are not in agreement with her. That is, until more murders are appearing somewhere else on the globe.
This time Abby and her partner from San Francisco are sent to Bangkok. The only way to find out who is the mastermind of this sick game is to continue playing the game. Abby is persistent in discovering who is behind this and shut down this awful game and stop the killings of innocent people. That’s when things get interesting.
As always, the suspense will keep you reading until the end, then wanting more. More dead bodies and more questions. Does Abby ever find the mastermind? While the deaths are not any conventional murder, the descriptions are graphic enough to visualize without going over the top. Ty has done another great job of twists and turns while keeping the suspense going, while mixing in relationships and trust.