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Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers' Favorite
Officer Brett Reed is living his worst nightmare when his ex-wife, a drug addict, gains custody of five-year-old Quinn, his only child and daughter. Things continue to spiral downward when his ex-wife's irresponsibility causes little Quinn to be placed in a temporary foster home when she is found on the street by herself. Brett has to wait and hope that Child Protective Services will see him as the better parent for her. At the same time, he’s working on a case where registered pedophiles are being attacked in a gruesome way. Written by M. Weidenbenner, Cache a Predator is a crime thriller about a father’s love, justice, and the disturbed game played by a deranged vigilante.
Cache a Predator grabbed me from the very first chapter, as author M. Weidenbenner takes readers immediately into the unhinged predatory mind of a psychopath and a vigilante on a rampage for justice, attacking registered pedophiles. I am a fan of SVU, Bones, and Dexter, thus this novel is right up my alley. I love the unpredictable plot and the pacing is faultless. The characterization is the best I have read so far. You would definitely root for Brett in his efforts to get custody of his daughter Quinn, whilst reluctantly trying to respect the flawed justice system.
Mind-blowing from start to end, I finished my reading in just one sitting. I highly recommended Cache a Predator to any readers who are looking for a new, excellent crime novel that is heartrending and thought-provoking as well.