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Publisher's Summary

In This Fallen Prey, the next installment of New York Times best-selling author Kelley Armstrong's thriller series, Casey Duncan is about to face her toughest job as police detective in Rockton yet.

When Casey first arrived at the off-the-grid town, an isolated community built as a haven for people running from their pasts, she had no idea what to expect, with no cell phones, no internet, no mail, and no way of getting in or out without the town council's approval. She certainly didn't expect to be the homicide detective on two separate cases or to begin a romantic relationship with her boss. But the very last thing she expected was for the council to drop a dangerous criminal into their midst without a plan to keep him imprisoned, and to keep others safe.

Of course Oliver Brady claims he's being set up. But the longer Brady stays in town, the more things start to go wrong. When evidence comes to light that someone inside Rockton might be working as his accomplice, helping him to escape, Casey races to figure out who exactly Brady is and what crimes he's truly responsible for committing.

In the next gripping audiobook in Kelley Armstrong's dynamic Casey Duncan series, life in Rockton is about to get even more dangerous.

©2018 KLA Fricke Inc. (P)2018 Macmillan Audio

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Great series!

This is third book in the Casey Duncan/Rockton series. These books are all stand alone but because of developing relationships between Casey and her boss/live in boyfriend, I would suggest listening to this series in order.
Rockton is a town built in the Yukon where people go to leave their past behind. Most were not upstanding citizens however some run because of circumstances they did not create. When Rockton's town council has an opportunity to make a lot of money by taking in a serial killer they jump at the chance. Forget that Rockton doesn't have a facility to hold dangerous criminals you would think that's the story. Think again! That's just the beginning. While keeping the new person's crimes from the community the prisoner is able to recruit inside help to escape. Then the murders really begin.
Between a serial killer , wild animals and settlements of hostiles this book has a whole lot of who done its?
These books are very entertaining, the characters and story are believable.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
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Noooo!!!!! I didn’t want it to end.

This series is the best series I have ever read/listened to. I seriously cannot get enough of Rockton. Casey, Dalton, Anders, and a few others are some of the best characters in a book that I have ever seen. I had book one in my library forever before deciding to give it a go. I was hooked and blew through it. I was so eager to begin the next book when it ended that I didn’t bother to review it. The Rockton series was my first experience with this author. Kelley Armstrong is a phenomenal writer who not only can tell a great story but also develop fun and interesting characters that you cannot help but love. I am so sorry that I blew through these books. This book was just released a couple of days ago so who knows how long until the fourth book comes out. I pray it’s not a year. I certainly don’t think I can wait a whole entire year. I have only listened to two books a second time. Both were by Stephen King, however I will definitely listen to these three Rockton books again and again. Each book is even better than the last.
I definitely 100% recommend these books . You WILL NOT be sorry.

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  • Karin
  • Missouri, United States
  • 02-08-18

I want more!!!!!

Another awesome book from Kelley Armstrong. She never disappoints. I spent my whole day listening. Now I want the next one!!

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Never a dull moment in Rockton!

This is a great series! I have read all the books and really liked them all. The series is based on such an interesting premise, that Rockton is a secret town hidden in the wilderness and the residents are all hiding from something or someone who wants to do them harm. A good many of them are hiding from the law and so, are not the most law abiding citizens. Casey Duncan is a former police detective with secrets of her own and now is responsible for establishing law and order in this new town.
Loved the book! Everyone should read this series

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  • Lilly2734
  • Mentone, AL, United States
  • 04-14-18

Enjoyed the series but a little confusion here

I thought this was the third of three. If so, didn’t the pup show up in an earlier book? Regardless, the series has been entertaining and should #4 show up I’d give it a go. Could well be out there now and I’ve missed it, wouldn’t be the first time. Heavy or deep it’s not but it does take me back to a number of camping adventures and Alabama country life.

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  • Jennifer
  • Petersburg, VA, United States
  • 04-08-18

The lesser of three....

The third installment of the Rockton series brings more violence and stress to the little community. While it is still a decent book, it pales in comparison to the first one. The story itself feels rushed and, to be honest, a bit on the cheap side. The characters seemed to have stopped in their development. And, sadly, I didn’t feel the connection between the two main characters as I did in the last two. I especially missed Eric’s big personality. He comes off a little weak and rather uninteresting. There was room for a lot of improvement. But, I hope that all this means there is opportunity to bring us an awesome 4th book.

The narration is still good, I will say the high number of “dramatic pauses” is a bit much. I’d like to see that reigned in some, it’s not effective in many of the places used.

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EXCELLENT SERIES!!

I'm a little confused. When you look up the Casey Duncan series by Kelley Armstrong, it says that the 3rd book which is this one is not available. But if you search just for this title, it comes up as available. Anyway...don't miss out on this 3rd book in the series. I thoroughly enjoyed all three books. And as usual, I can't say enough about my FAVORITE narrator, Therese Plummer. If she narrated every book I listened to, I wouldn't grow tired of hearing her voice. She is fabulous at many, many voices. I'm a fan of Kelley Armstrong! But I'm in AWE of Therese Plummer and have been since the first day many years ago that I heard her voice in J.D. Robb's "In Death" series.

Excellent buy for a credit!

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Ruined the series for me . . .

What disappointed you about This Fallen Prey?

After reading the first two books in the series, I was excited to see what would happen to the characters. Unfortunately, the characters fell flat. The dog had more character development than anyone - which isn't saying much. The generally smart and intuitive characters spent the vast majority of the book confused and chasing the dog. If there is a follow-up, I won't be reading it.

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Not worth the time or credit.

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Best Story in the Series Yet

Finished this in 2 days. I love this narrator. The way she delivers the lines makes the story more intense. I thought I knew how it would end but the writer got me good this time. Didn't really see that one coming. I was so bummed when I found out that this book just came out last month. Now I have to wait another whole year for her next installment. Don't like her other series. They are a little too young adult for me.

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Bring on more Yukon!

I love this series & I was eagerly awaiting this one. The location and characters always draw me in. While I still finished this in three days, it lagged a bit at times. The story suffers from too many balls in the air at once. Not awfully so, but I wasn’t as engaged in the centered mystery because of it. There were a lot of things that were introduced front and center which were previously in the background and they were interesting. But after a while I was thinking more “ugh again?!” Rather than hoping desperately that they make it. I’ll definitely listen to the next, this is one of the few series I invest in every release in Audible, but this one felt heavy-handed.