Tourist Trap (The Trust Casefiles, #4) by Lee Cushing (Review by #NerdGirlKelly)


Title: Tourist Trap (The Trust Casefiles, #4)

Author: Lee Cushing

Published Date: August 2014

Genre:  Horror / Thriller


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The Strigoi are on a killing rampage, feeding off the tourists in Durden’s Bay and the Dukes Hotel. Agents Cutter and Forrest are dispatched to find and stop them. When Brenda and her husband, David, arrive in town for a business conference, she catches sight of Cutter and is sure he’s the man who was executed for her parents’ murders, but no one believes her. Cutter denies her accusation but Brenda will never forget face of the man who stole her life just as effectively as he’d stolen theirs. Brenda tries to corner Cutter but can’t seem to catch him and when she does Cutter confesses a truth that rocks Brenda’s world. Still reeling from shock, Brenda realizes all the lies and secrets could cost her and David their lives. As the Strigoi continue to ravage the town and the bodies add up, Cutter and Forrest are determined to accomplish their mission, never realizing their mission will destroy the innocent as well as the evil that stalks Durden’s bay!


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language Or Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***#NerdGirlKelly’s  Review***

 The chaos that the Trust encounters is crazy. Ian is dealing with the loss of a friend from the previous story and is put in the middle of his sister’s antics and killing spree. Cutter is dealing with a past that has come back to him but there is a twist. And now there is a herd of Strigoi that they are trying to contain as well. Alexandra is still gone and Vladek is still running things. I am still trying to figure out what his agenda is and if he is a good guy or not. This story has no lack of action and twists. A wild rollercoaster of a story. My only issue with the story (and this is the reason for 4 stars) is that the story is told from everyone’s point of view. It can be difficult to switch from one story to the other and truly keep them straight. The author does well in giving you several stories in one and with enough of a cliffhanger at the end to keep you wanting more.

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