Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Uneasy Prey-Annette Dashofy-Great Escapes Tour-Review

About the book (provided by Great Escapes Tours)
On the way to the emergency room, an elderly woman regains consciousness long enough to inform paramedic Zoe Chambers that her fall down the basement steps was no accident. Before she can say more, she succumbs to her injuries, launching Zoe and Police Chief Pete Adams into the investigation of a burglary ring targeting the area’s vulnerable senior citizens.
Zoe—in spite of Pete’s objections—takes it upon herself to act as protection detail after the con men, disguised as water company employees, set their sights on Zoe’s beloved former landlady. It’s a decision that eventually puts Zoe in harm’s way.
With Zoe already recovering from one close call, Pete must race against time to stop the crime ring—and a dangerous killer—before they strike again.
And others are saying
I love Annette’s writing. She’s created characters where the mystery always feels personal to Zoe and company.
~A Chick Who Reads
This had been a quick but interesting read, Zoe Chambers is a character who not only “investigates” murders, but also she loves her friends and family and always takes care of them.
A poignant, complex story with lots of heart … I read a lot of good mysteries, but every now and then I come across a gem, and that describes Uneasy Prey by Annette Dashofy.
~The Power Of Words
Uneasy Prey was a wonderful read. Well-written with a strong plot and supreme characters that kept me totally entertained start to finish.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book
The characters are well developed, well rounded and three dimensional. I think that Zoe and Pete are some of my all-time favorite characters. Individually they are both loyal, tough, caring and hard working. As a couple, they are loving, unsure and totally devoted to each other.
~MJB Reviewers
The story is intriguing and keeps you wanting to turn pages.
~Laura’s Interests
And I thought
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. 

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  1. Thank you for the review and information on "Uneasy Prey" by Annette Dashofy as well as being part of the book tour.

    I'd love the opportunity to read this book. I sounds like one that I would really enjoy.
    2clowns at arkansas dot net

  2. This is a great series. Looking forward to seeing how Zoe solves the case.