The tagline: Hunter becomes hunted…
The story: In the sequel to Maneater, Laura Greenacre’s enemies, the Templetons, have scoured the earth for her since the horrific events at Trafalgar Square eight years ago.
And they think they’ve found her.
Ruth Templeton, now a werewolf, leaves a trail of carnage across Europe as she makes her way to New York.
Russian cop, Lev Dasaev, is hunting the brutal killer of a Russian pimp. The trail leads him to America. To the lair of a madman called Wheeler Burns.
And when Burns joins forces with Ruth Templeton, Dasaev and Laura face annihilation . . .
And the ultimate hunter becomes the ultimate prey.
The critics: I cannot say enough good things about Thomas Emson’s Prey. From the very first page of Prey, I was completely enthralled. Thomas Emson grabs you with his incredible writing style and descriptive passages and MAKES you believe. Prey is bloody but also beautiful and in a category all its own. I feverishly devoured this book and was crushed when the last page was turned. I would recommend this to any reader who loves an action packed nail-biter from beginning to end. But keep in mind, Prey is not for the faint of heart. Prey has become my new favorite in werewolf books! Monsters and myth collide and Thomas Emson has captured them impeccably in his book Prey. CK Webb, WebbWeavers Reviews