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Catch & Neutralize

3.56  ·  Rating details ·  16 ratings  ·  16 reviews
What if you joined a secret society of women hunting the world’s worst criminals?
Could you push yourself to do the unthinkable?

What if you couldn’t tell anyone about your activities?
Could you hide behind all the lies?

What if your husband suspected you were having an affair?
What if he followed you on your most dangerous assignment, unarmed and unaware?
Could you keep him saf
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Published September 14th 2016
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Sep 15, 2016 rated it liked it
*Women be crazy, yo!*
This was a pretty fast read for me. Even though the blurb prepared me for what was to come I was still quite surprised at how Chris Grams managed to make me doubt anything and anyone the blurb indicated towards. I started doubting Angie just like her husband did… and that’s darned good writing, eh?

All these questions in the blurb will get an answer through a variety of characters and variety of events.

The book starts off with Mark, the husband’s POV chapters. He is a genetic
Aug 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was sent to me from the author herself Chris Grams and I want to say thank you from the very beginning you know how to capture your audience and keep them seated and at attention up to the very end. How it's done though is a secret that you must figure out with your next assignment...Catch & NEUTRALIZE that is your mission...Good luck and if you should fail your mission you will just have to figure it out...Happy Reading and enjoy....JANE CULWELL
Chris Grams
Nov 07, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I had an awesome time writing about Angie and Mark. It was super fun making them weave in and out of danger, constructing lies, and sorting out truths. If you're interested in thrillers, give this one a go. Hope you enjoy it! Feel free to send a line letting me know. :)
Jay Simser
May 30, 2017 rated it did not like it
This was a disturbing book. I did not enjoy it. I see that there are to be more of them. I will not be reading them.
Sep 20, 2016 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2016-reads
This originally appeared at The Irresponsible Reader.
Before I get into this novel, let me tell you a little about my process: After deciding to read a book, I tend to forget what it's about rightaway -- if for no other reason than I'm too frequently tempted to predict what the book'll be like. So when it comes to series and/or author's I like, all I need to know is "Oh, a new Faith Hunter book is out!" or "Ahhh, a Jonathan Tropper that I haven't read -- sweet!" That's all I need. Similarly, w
Ronald Keeler
Oct 01, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
Catch and Neutralize by Chris Grams is an ultimate feminist revenge novel. I don’t think that is a genre but I’ll have to wait and see if similar novels are published. Revenge against what? Male sexual exploitation of females, of course. While that is a serious problem, the way it is dealt with here by a vigilante organization known as Catch and Release (CAN) is extreme to the point of fantasy. There is an author warning of strong language and mature situations that appear throughout the book. U ...more
Kat Mandu
Sep 15, 2016 rated it liked it
Kat Mandu says...

When you think your wife is cheating on you—and even worse, trying to kill you—what’s a guy supposed to do? Mark decides to follow Angie and set her up. But the real truth lurks just around the corner and that could kill Mark faster than his wife could.

Fellow readers, I must admit when I first read the summary for this – about a woman who secretly hunted down criminals and her last name happened to be Carter – I couldn’t help it. I was hurled into this world where I assumed the
Mahala Church
Sep 22, 2016 rated it liked it
I received an advanced copy to read and review. Gram’s book has a convoluted plot that moves very fast and is loaded with tension. The plot line that kicks off the book—Mark believes his wife is having an affair—got lost in the telling of the varies sub-plots, which ultimately do connect. The characters are a raunchy bunch, which have the interests and tastes in love and life that are somewhat pornographic and definitely poisonous. The suspense in the book will keep you guessing and the behavior ...more
Hannah Charlesworth
Sep 15, 2016 rated it it was amazing
So, this book actually just came out today and I was asked to hold off on publishing my review until today. This is Grams's first book in a series and I was very happy to receive an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review; so thank you again!

The book follows Angie Carter who is part of a secret society where women hunt down criminals known as the Catch and Neutralize Insititute (CAN). Angie has also been blessed with a great body and a rather rich husband who is suspecting her of having a
Roo MacLeod
Sep 12, 2016 rated it liked it
Catch & Neutralize by Chris Grams
Angie is a foot soldier in CAN (Catch & Neutralize) a secret organization set up to protect women and children from evil men the Law don’t, or can’t investigate. Her particular quarry is an evil drug dealer called Tristan, but in her pursuit is thwarted by a fellow foot soldier named Tiffany. That girl Tiffany has serious issues, not to be divulged here, but she abuses her ‘friendship’ with Angie for her own profit. There’s a few twists and a lot of turns
Sep 15, 2016 added it
Shelves: did-not-finish
I don't enjoy writing reviews like this. I really find them difficult. But I always try to give honest, constructive reviews, so here goes.

This book started off reasonably well, albeit with a character leading the narrative that I wasn't expecting. Unfortunately, it went downhill from there.

I didn't like Angie at all. I found her to be shallow and self centered. I simply couldn't work her out. Not even a little bit. But, I found that I wasn't bothered after a while, mainly because, I was strugg
Sep 17, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I was hooked from the very first page. I love everything that Chris Grams writes and this was certainly no exception. Angie's character in this book was exciting and the plot was full of suspense.
Angie is part of a secret society (CAN) Catch and Neutralize, whose mission is to protect women and children. She catches criminals and you guessed it, neutralizes them. Angie's husband Mark thinks she is having an affair. Later on he even thinks that she wants to kill him. He starts following her aroun
Ashley Tomlinson
Nov 28, 2016 rated it liked it
This did not go how I thought it was going to go at all. In the beginning, I didn't think I was going to like it because I thought it was going to be all about Mark and his cheating wife. Thankfully the book takes a turn and it's a crazy one. Unfortunately, that made the book seem like multiple books smushed into one book.

I loved the parts with the vigilantes fighting the people that have harmed women and children. Some of those scenes were pretty intense, though. Especially, the ones with Tiff
joseph m opuszenski
Oct 17, 2016 rated it really liked it
A Good Read but .....

I enjoyed reading this but found the second half of the book lacking. Just about every new character introduced in the 2nd half was a member of CAN or aware of it. Hard to believe this was so for a SECRET organization. The first half held my attention as I was wondering what was going on here.
Bonnie Kernene
Sep 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
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I liked this book. It was different than most, but that only adds to it for me. Angie Carter is a member of a secret society that protects women and children.

I found it to be written well with well-defined characters. Some you will like and some you won't. It is an interesting read and the first book in a series. I look forward to the next book in the series. I do recommend this one.
Aug 19, 2016 rated it really liked it
This isn't your normal read. Yes the books synopsis is right but not in the way you would think. You don't realize it until the last page is read. Did I like book???? Yes and No. I liked the book at the very end when it all came together. I almost put the book down a few times but I am glad I stuck it out because it is worth the read.
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Goodreads Reviewe...: Seeking Reviews for Catch & Neutralize (a thriller) 1 7 Aug 17, 2016 06:59AM  
CHRIS GRAMS writes dangerous, daring, breathless stories about resilient women conspiring to correct bad situations. Her characters are described as witty, gutsy and, when the conditions are right, a little crazy. Grams herself, at one time or another, has also donned these colorful titles but respectfully disagrees when asked. She prefers revenge stories with equal dollops of shock and terror.