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“Game’s Over” by D.M. Thompson contains a combination of the perfect elements that would engross readers from start to finish

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A work of fiction that draws readers into the pages of mystery, deception, love, sex and abuse of power, Game’s Over by author D.M. Thompson perfectly puts into picture a man who is madly driven to exact revenge but gets a dose of his own medicine at the same time.

Game’s Over centers on the story of Winston Forester, a professional wrestler and model who takes on Roderick Kingston, the world’s famous wrestling promoter. He decides to join forces with the ones in power in the professional wrestling scene and carefully plans his payback time with Kingston, the man who had beaten his mother. By doing so, he enters into an illicitly-driven world of lies, deceit and mayhem.

Thompson is also in for a surprise as he unravels Kingston for who he really is, he also discovers a secret that has been buried for 17 years. When his plans are about to be carried out, he becomes a liability to the organization and a plan has been formed to destroy him.

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About the Author
D.M. Thompson is a 22-year military veteran. She is also the author of “Permanent Damage.” She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Alcorn State University with a major in criminal justice. Thompson is a Zeta member of the Xi Epsilon Chapter in Natchez and a member of American Legion of Claiborne County, Miss. She is currently working on her next novel and when she’ not engaged in writing, she does volunteer work in her community.

Game’s Over * by D. M. Thompson
And Justice for All
Publication Date: May 16, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 119 pages; 978-1-4653-6199-8
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 119 pages; 978-1-4653-6200-1
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4653-6201-8

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