Seldom do we get a murder mystery where we know exactly who done it, but we aren't sure about anything else. The intended victim may not have been the actual victim, but maybe it was. The three principal characters couldn't know each other, could they. It is all so simple, open and shut, but maybe it isn't. When the leader of the plat plays professional poker, we can't be sure of much.
I enjoyed the twists in this little tale of multiple revenges. The ultimate villain gets his just rewards and survives to not enjoy them. Money is not the solution, but the game is so much fun. I recommend this book for when life doesn't go your way.
I received the copy of Bluff I read for this review from BookishFirst.