The Killing Game Topics for Discussion

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Give three examples of the way Johansen tells the backstory of one of the characters. Discuss her pacing. Does she keep up the pace of the book? Does it slow down?

Can a woman be in love with two different men? How are Joe Quinn and John Logan alike? How are they different?

Why would Eve Duncan insist on reconstructing a head of a child that she is almost sure will not be Bonnie?

Is doing this work keeping her stuck in the past or is this a way to go with life? Is she living or surviving?

What will happen to Eve if she never finds Bonnie? Should she accept that Bonnie is simply gone forever?

How is Dom introduced to the reader? Why does he react as he does to the skeletons being found at Talladega Falls? How does Johansen work the plot to make...

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