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Red Fox (Experiment in Terror Book 2) by [Halle, Karina]
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4.4 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 890 KB
  • Print Length: 325 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (24 Sept. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EZ6G6N0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #72,056 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Another great book from Karina Halle. As I've explained in my review of [book:Darkhouse|11356211] these aren't my usual type of reads, but after reading Darkhouse I was left wanting to know more about the characters and people tell me the series does get better with each book. Well they are right, although I didn't find this Book as creepy as Darkhouse, I felt it had something that I felt was missing in the first one. I felt it had more depth to it, it felt much more meaty.

This time Dex and Perry are off to New Mexico to investigate some strange goings on at a ranch. We find out that Dex has been contacted by an old friend, Maximus and asked to come down and help. At first Dex and Perry think they are going to investigate a poltergeist, but it soon becomes clear that this is something very different and they will discover, far more terrifying. Dealing with strange animals, people on the ranch not telling them the whole truth and Navajo stories and beliefs, Dex and Perry soon realise that making a show is the least of their problems.

It did have a slightly slow beginning for me, but it certainly made up for it later! It felt like the second part of the book was all go. I did guess who was behind it all early on, but Karina kept throwing things in that had me doubting myself.

Max intrigued me and whilst he appeared to be looking out for Perry, the tension between him and Dex made me uneasy. I didn't quite trust him although he came through in the end.

Perry once again was great, funny and kick ass when she needs to be, but real. Not perfect and scared when she should be.

I have to say that I'm still not sold on Dex completely yet, but I certainly warmed to him more. I felt he was a lot more likeable in this one, but I'm not quite there yet.
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'Red Fox' is the second novel in Karina Halle's 'Experiment in Terror' series and continues the story of Perry and Dex's investigations into the paranormal world. This installment sees Perry and Dex travelling to New Mexico to the home of Will and Sarah, a Navajo couple who are being taunted by some kind of supernatural entity. Rocks are falling on their roof at night, their sheep are turning up dead, mutilated beyond recognition and creepy animals walk through their house at night. After Dex's College friend Maximus, a self-proclaimed Ghost Whisperer tries to deal with the problem and fails, he calls in the big guns, and Perry and Dex turn up in the town of Red Fox with their video cameras, determined to solve the mystery.

As with the first novel in the series there was plenty of sexual tension between Perry and Dex plus a good shot of the crazies from a medication-withdrawing Dex. The motif of secrecy, of hiding things ran through the book, adding a deeper layer to Perry and Dex's relationship and also providing the constant question of who was safe to trust and who might just be ready to rip your throat out.

This was a gripping read full of Native American mythology and some clever answers to some of the stories mysteries. It wasn't as full out scary as the first book but it didn't really matter as the novel was strong enough without it. If you haven't already checked out Karina Halle, then do it, please.
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Red Fox is the 2nd in the 'Experiment in Terror' series by the awesome Karina Halle. It stars Dex and Perry and revolves around their growing friendship and their internet ghost-hunting series. They've been sent to a farm out in New Mexico to try and get to the bottom of some odd goings on.

I've now read up to book 6 in the series, so writing a review about book 2 with the benefit of foresight is a wonderful thing. Also, if you're reading this review and you haven't read all the other books yet then I envy the experience you're about to go on! For me, it's all about the characters, but the story is creepy enough to keep your attention too. Start with 'Darkhouse' if you haven't read the first book yet.

I love Dex and Perry, I really do. They're so deliciously messed up! Perry is developing an attraction for Dex that she doesn't understand or need and really who knows what Dex is thinking or feeling? The books are written from Perry's point of view and I defy anyone not to recognise a bit of Perry in themselves; she's insecure, has low self-esteem, is funny, anxious, sarcastic, hopeful, terrified, warm, open - she's black and white and all shades in between and you can't help but love her. She's wonderful.

The storm that is Dex Foray is a different matter, from reading Perry's POV you get what she knows about Dex and that's all, and that's a jumble of confusion and joy. He's an enigma, wrapped up in a snarky, funny, caring, sexy, confused, bewildered, hot package. He's moved into my top book boyfriends, I feel like Perry with a fangirl crush on him!

We meet some great characters in this book; Maximus who is an old 'friend' of Dex's and Bird who lives and works on the farm.
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Love the fact it was totally different from the 1st one, I picture Perry looking like the dark haired one from 2 Broke Girls, slow burner but boy does it get going towards the end! Gonna get next 1 now! Don't wanna spoil it but will we be seeing Sarah again? Hope so!
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