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    I'm glad I chose to read this book!

    I hesitated a couple of times when I first read the description of Let Us Prey before I decided to give it a shot, but I'm glad that I decided to read it. Let Us Prey is a fun murder mystery with a bit of romance thrown in. It's written completely in first person from the perspective of Mimi, a private investigator. While I wish the author had alternated perspectives of the first person, the story flows and I was able to easily follow along. The story starts very abruptly. We meet the investigator; she meets an author and her assistant; and a few hours later, the assistant is murdered. I would have liked a bit more depth in the story in the early scenes, but as the story moves forward, additional depth into the background of the victim is provided and the reader gets to know her better. After the initial chapter or two of abruptness, the story is well written, flowed well, and provides great detail into the scenes and storyline. The story delves into an area of which I am not familiar - vampire mysteries and role-playing games. The author provides such elaborate details and descriptions of these aspects of the story that my lack of background didn't impede my ability to understand and enjoy the story. I found myself turning the pages faster and faster as the mystery deepened so that I could follow the clues that Mimi was following to determine who killed the assistant and was threatening her. The author introduces a number of characters, including a former love interest, Nick, as well as members of Mimi's agency. We really get to know Charles, as he plays a critical role in the investigation of the assistant's murder. Charles is a delightful character with a fun personality. Nick is the other principal character in this story and the author does a nice job of developing a character with a troubled background and a history with Mimi which creates an amusing tension between them as this investigation proceeds. The murder story is wrapped up nicely by the end of Let Us Prey, but the author has definitely left open the possibilities of a budding relationship with Mimi and Nick, and further mysteries being solved with the help of Charles, Gemma, and Jackie. All in all, the author provides a fun murder mystery with a surprising villain, and lays the groundwork for future "Gotcha Detective Agency" stories, a developing relationship between Nick and Mimi, and future stories featuring the other members of the Gotcha Detective Agency.
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    Excellent read!

    Gripping believable storyline with great characters. Also enjoyed the plot ...kept me guessing until the end. Just the right amount of mystery, drama and romance. Looking forward to reading more from this author!
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    Let Us Prey

    Awesome!!! Humor, suspense, romance. Will read the rest of the series for sure!! Really enjoyed.....
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    Wooden stakes and dog bites

    From a man's perspective I could live without the girly comments, feelings and relationships, but hell, they did play well into the story. Vampires and double lives and tragic pasts and possessive demands all interlink into a great story and a pleasant read. Very entertaining and we'll worth reading, even the girls stuff.
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    Let us prey

    Too juvenile for my taste. Not sophisticated in the writing nor in the love scenes of which there too many, and very feeble attempts to appear knowledgeable of the act. It felt like a plagerized version of better murder mysteries
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