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    Don't Trust Anyone.

    So far Armstrong's Casey Duncan series as been very solid. This Fallen Prey is an interesting read that kept me guessing about who it was safe to trust in the book. There were elements that I didn't love. At some points I felt like people were just running around aimlessly and characters were popping up and disappearing all over the place. Also, the story is open ended. I wouldn't call it a cliffhanger exactly, but it was clear that another Case Duncan book was on the way. (At least there BETTER be!) I did really like the relationship that Casey and Eric have built over the three books. I feel like they really work well together both professionally and personally. I also liked learning more about Eric's past and how it has shaped him. I also liked getting more Mathias, Jacob and Ty. They are interesting characters and I hope Armstrong goes into more detail about them in the next book. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Suspense, Mystery and Romance mixed with murder and mayhem. I received an ARC in exchange for my honest review.
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    An exciting read!

    This was such a good book! I really enjoyed the first two book in this series and was very eager to get started with this newest installment. I went into this book expecting really good things and I was not disappointed. This story was almost impossible to set aside and I ended up reading most of the book in a single day. This was a really thought provoking story filled with a whole lot of excitement. I had a lot of fun reading this book. This is the third book in the Rockton series which works best if read in order. This story starts off with a bang right from the start. Casey, Eric, and the rest of the town are given a task that I would have never seen coming. They must keep a suspected serial killer in their town for the next 6 months. They don't even get any time to prepare for this event since he is dropped into their town with little more than a note as warning. Casey, Eric, and Will have to figure out how to safely contain the prisoner which proves to be a very difficult task. I think that I like the characters from Rockton just a little bit more with each book. Everyone in the town is flawed or they wouldn't be there. We see things from Casey's point of view and I really enjoy seeing how she puzzles through certain situations. Eric takes on so many responsibilities and he takes them all very seriously. It is nice to see how much Casey and Eric respect and care about each other both personally and professionally. Storm, their puppy, also played a huge role in this book which I loved. Storm is a great dog and we really learn a lot about other characters in the book from the way that some of them chose to interact with her. I loved the way the story was told. The mystery was very well done. There was just enough doubt given from time to time that I found myself in a constant state of wonder. There were times that I wondered what Casey was piecing together while other revelations hit me totally by surprise. I thought that it was great that a lot of this book takes place in the Wilderness outside of Rockton. It was interesting to see things play out with other groups in the region. I thought that the pacing was very well done with some really action packed moments offset by others that added a piece to the overall puzzle. I would highly recommend this series to others. I think that this book was incredibly exciting with a mystery that kept me guessing right up until the very end. The characters and the whole concept of the town of Rockton are all very well done. This book did leave a few threads that I am sure we will see picked up in the next installment. I can't wait to read more of this wonderful series! I received an advance reader edition of this book from St. Martin's Press - Minotaur Books via NetGalley.
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    Chilly Escape

    Been reading Kelley Armstrong for years and she never fails to bring unique characters, plot, and a have to have more from her disease! Casey Duncan is a Detective with a blotchy past that has only molded her into a women with a quick wit and a talent to navigate this crime drama. Would be best to read the prior novels in this series to get the background and history of Rockton where this story takes place. Constant misdirection and twists drive this page turner along with characters that are usually not who they seem. Kelly always comes up with characters and locals that are unique. "A copy of this book was provided by Minotaur Books via Netgalley with no requirement for a review. Comments here are my honest opinion."
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    This Fallen Prey

    This Fallen Prey is the third, and latest in Kelley Armstrong's Rockton stories. City of the Lost and A Darkness Absolute are the first two. Mostly could be a stand alone story, although a few things make more sense having read the other two. This Fallen Prey is an edge of your seat page turn at times. The only reason I'm giving it 4 stars rather than 5 is because the ending leaves the reader waiting for the next book to completely resolve some questions.
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