Predator - Terri Blackstock This book seemed like a timely book to read with online social networking sites being so abundant. GrapeVyne is at the forefront of the book when a killer decides to use it as a way of stalking potential victims. Young girls posting every action in their lives makes it possible to “virtually” stalk them and disappear just as quickly. After the murder of her 14 year old sister Krista Carmichael is unhappy with the results the police are getting and decides to flush out the predator herself.

I found the book a good read and topic very timely. We should all be aware about how much information we put out there for the world to see. For my personal taste the book was a little strong in religious overtones, but that is my own fault as I did not realize Ms. Blackstock was known for writing books for a “Christian” audience.