"Cache a Predator grabbed me from the very first chapter and intothe unhinged predatory mind of a vigilante on the rampage for justice. I am afan of SVU, Bones, and Dexter, thus this novel is right up my alley. I love theunpredictable plot and the pacing is faultless. The characterization is thebest I have read so far.
"Mind-blowing from start to end, I finished my reading in just onesitting. I highly recommend Cache a Predator to any readers who are looking fora new, excellent crime novel that is heartrending and thought-provoking."
--Five-Star Review by Lit Amri for READERS' FAVORITE.
From the Author
"What's that?" I said. I had no idea what geocaching was or how to play, so I researched the sport and loved the whole concept.
I also love a good mystery/suspense/thriller, so I thought, What if a geocaching-enthusiast found a body part in a cache site?
My author mind said, "Why? Who would do that?"
That's how my villain was born. I made the character a person who enjoyed games and had an emotional reason to target victims. And who better to target than pedophiles?
But that wasn't a broad enough premise for a novel. There had to be more.
That's when Officer Brett Reed's character was born. He's a great dad who wants custody of Quinn, his five-year-old daughter. Unfortunately, he loses his temper with his drug-addicted ex-wife and the judge grants his ex-wife custody instead. That's when his problems accelerate.