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Cache a Predator by [Weidenbenner, Michelle]
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4.2 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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About the Author

Michelle is a writing addict, blogger, and encourager, teaching and empowering writers on how to get published at Random Writing Rants. She writes suspense for adults, children, and young adults. She’s multi-published in magazines and short story contests. Her current work-in-progress includes Wily, Willow, A Vision in a Kiss, Eclair, and Kelly's Story. When she’s not writing she’s winning ugly on the tennis court. She's queen of the rim shots. No joke. It's ugly.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1634 KB
  • Print Length: 265 pages
  • Publisher: R. Publishing, LLC; 1 edition (7 Jan. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00E1ROP7M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #191,163 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
As mysteries go, this is a good one. It kept me reading and when I had to stop for real life, I wanted to be back into it ASAP. It’s not really a Geocaching mystery though. Don’t get me wrong, Geocaching features in the story, but that’s not what this mystery is about. It featured enough that I may never go Caching again, for fear of what I might find, but it wasn’t central to the story – the story could just as easily have taken place with no reference to Geocaching.
The story is mostly told in the third person, except for the times when we see the story through the eyes of the Predator referenced in the title. I found those sections quite creepy to be honest, but I think that was intentional.
The story is fairly simple, but there are lots of layers and twists to it, making a simple story seem far more complex. The main characters are reasonably likeable. I was sympathetic towards Brett from the start, but it took a while to decide if I actually liked him. Sarah was difficult; sometimes I really liked her, like when she was with Quinn, but at other times I found her odd (and the whole initial attraction thing between her and Brett really gave me the creeps).
The character I liked most was Clay. Kind, caring, in control. You’d have to be an idiot to mess with him.
Overall this was an enjoyable read (if enjoyable is the right word to apply to this story; I suspect it’s not). It was a good read, kept me interested (not a single page where I felt the need to skim through lots of descriptive passages about the colour of the sea etc) and I would recommend it to anyone who likes mysteries.
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Format: Paperback
I couldn't believe that this was this authors very first book! If you like a suspense thriller, you will most definitely love this one.
I read half of this book in one evening, then picked it up again the next day as soon as I could.

Its a great thought out plot, motive and reasons.

The characters in this story are so real.

Brett was such a great father to Quinn, she came first.

There is so much to this story you won't be able to put it down.
It brought tears to my eyes on several occasions.

**I received this book from the author for an honest review*"
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Format: Kindle Edition
Young cop Brett will do anything for his five-year old daughter Quinn. If that means violating the protective order his ex-wife Ali took out on him, he’ll do it. If that means proving to the courts that Ali is an incompetent mother to gain full custody of Quinn, he’ll try to be patient and maintain his temper to do it. Brett’s fight to protect Quinn is made more complicated when they are both thrown in the middle of a crime where a vigilante is gruesomely targeting sex offenders: by hiding their wankers in local geocaches.

Cache a Predator has everything a thriller needs to make a fast-paced read that will pull at your heartstrings. I couldn't put the book down. The characters are compelling and complex, with real motivations. Quinn will make you want to save her. Brett will bring you to his side. Ali will tug at your sympathy even as you want her daughter to be taken away from her care. The vigilante will make you take a second look at sex abuse victims… and make sure your door is locked. As this is a thriller with a who-dun-it context, I thought that by paying attention to every character I could figure out the ending, but it turns out the author was a lot more clever than I was and was able to surprise me with the climax.

The intro was setup in an intriguing way. Almost from the very beginning I knew what happy ending I wanted to see, where all ends would be tied sweetly together. I’m sure you’ll have some of the same yearnings, but you’ll have to read to find out if it all turns out the way you expect and desire.

This book blew all my expectations out of the water and although I picked it up for the geocaching element, I was not let down when I found out there was very little geocaching involved because the book was so thrilling and very well written. My only comment would be to cut out the last chapter.
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Format: Kindle Edition
Weidenbenner deftly weaves a unique storyline with believable characters to illuminate a social problem that is, unfortunately, all too prevalent in the United States.

"Cache a Predator" starts off strong and doesn't let up. The story is well developed and imaginative, moving at a good pace and maintaining my interest through the end. The characters drive the story, and I found their motives, emotions, and actions to be wholly believable.

Within the fictional story that unfolds, Weidenbenner addresses several real-life issues related to the social problem that is the heart of the novel. Like any good book with a message, "Cache a Predator" caused me to not only think about the tale the author spins but how similar events regularly occur in the world I live in.

I really enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone looking for a somewhat suspenseful, mostly character-driven mystery.

Review disclosure: I won a free copy of this book in a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for a review.
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By Vimal Vaz on 17 Oct. 2013
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
What attracted me to this book was the title and the cover, and I'm happy to say that what was inside delivered, too! The anger issues of the main character, Brett, adds an extra edge to the story, which is already gripping - you just don't know when he might explode next and make matters worse. This is an excellent, well-written novel. I highly recommend it.
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