I actually had fun ready Bluff. The book is about a female poker player that kills a man, and the story alternates between her point of view (told in first person), and other character's points of view. So you can see that their perceptions are slightly different of what happened and how it happened. I like that, just like bluffing in poker, you can only understand what really happened in the end of the book, when all "cards" are revealed. It's a very cleverly constructed story, like a murder investigation in reverse (because since the beginning we already know that she did kill the guy, and she was definitely not trying to hide it, considering where the murder took place - at a restaurant full of people and witnesses). Overall, a nice and fun read.