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    excellent series, new characters added

    Elder care and family responsibilities round out the latest Zoe & Pete mystery. Excellent series that doesn't rehash previous books so to get the most out of these deeply developed characters you might want to read the fist five books, though this could stand alone nicely. Zoe & Pete's relationship has grown now that they are living together. The seniors in their lives are the focus of most of the stories in this episode. New loves, health concerns and solutions, as well as crimes against the elderly are all well handled in the cozy mystery. Zoe's estranged mother shows up with a 'gift' that can create future problems. A new character, reporter Lauren Saunders, joins the cast of Monongahela County, PA This is the best to date in this series and I look forward to more.
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    Great Series.

    Another great one! I met Zoe and Annette Dashofy last spring when I had the chance to read/review No Way Home. I loved book 5 in this series. I have not had the chance to read the earlier books. Book 6 is another page turner. I was engaged and captivated with page 1. (just like in book 5) UNEASY PREY was a totally different story/plot than the previous book. The characters are the same and of course a few new ones. The story revolves around the crimes committed to the elderly. And the drama and struggles families face as their loved ones need help and professional care. Zoe gets involved in investigating a burglary ring that is targeting the elderly. I totally got this one. While I could see this really happening as my mother is 94 and we have concerns about people taking advantage of her. She reminds me a bit of Zoe's mom so I have a little more empathy for her even though she's a bit of a piece of work (Zoe's mom). I couldn't help but turn the pages. The story/plot was not only interesting and entertaining. Zoe is a great gal always wanting to help and investigate even when she puts herself into danger. I'm still routing for Pete and hope that the romance sparks in the next book! I enjoyed reading UNEASY PREY and hope for the chance to read the remaining books in this series. I received a complimentary copy.
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    Suspense with Heart! More than Outstanding

    I loved everything about Uneasy Prey. This novel deserves an award on its literary merit and for the issues that the book addresses; there are so many special outstanding elements throughout the novel. While I am especially drawn to characters, the plots in Uneasy Prey shine as unique and captivating and draw me as much as the amazing characters. With the ups and downs, joys and sorrows they experience, Zoe and her extended family feel true to life. The caring that they show draws me to their happiness and their pains and of course to this amazing series. I am so glad that Ms. Dashofy had the courage to once again include Pete's father who has Alzheimer's. Continuing with this story line has to be so hard for her but she manages to give us moments of happiness for him as well as sadness; so many of us know what is present his like and what his future holds. His move to assisted living, that is assisted living, not a nursing home, is one more reality that makes the books stand out. That repeated reminder, "not a nursing home", brings home our experience with a bit of a smile. I also appreciate that she took the time to help people understand that while the future is beyond grim, the living options do not have to be. This story line is built smoothly into the book and only gets such emphasis here because it matters so much to me. Zoe and Pete's romance has to take a back seat to her caring heart and his is so evident in his handling of the first death and the scam against the elderly. The Kroll's continued probably create new issues for Zoe to address and a visit from her mother once again fails to make her day.

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