Silken Prey

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Thorndike Press, Jun 5, 2013 - Fiction - 573 pages
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Usual great writing, less than satisfying ending. - Goodreads
Very unsatisfying ending. - Goodreads
A good plot, well told, with good pacing. - Goodreads
Typical Sandford, a good yarn,well told. - Goodreads
I'm not sure I'm happy with the ending. - Goodreads
Tootin' good police procedural. - Goodreads

Review: Silken Prey (Lucas Davenport #23)

User Review  - Alan Mills - Goodreads

As usual, Stanford does a great job of plotting out the mystery, making Davenport a fascinating character, and keeping the pages turning. This addition to the Davenport series was weakened, I think ... Read full review

Review: Silken Prey (Lucas Davenport #23)

User Review  - Mark - Goodreads

Lucas & company become involved the "dirty tricks" of a MN senate campaign... as Lucas describes, "a. 1%er's shoot out at the OK Corral."...a psychopathic senatorial candidate murders her way to the ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

John Sandford was born John Roswell Camp on February 23, 1944 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Before entering the U.S. Army and serving in Korea, he received a bachelor's degree in American history from the University of Iowa in 1966. After leaving the service, he received a master's degree in journalism from the University of Iowa. During the 1970s, he worked at The Miami Herald, and the St. Paul Pioneer Press. In 1985, he began researching the lives of a farm family caught in the midst of the crisis of American farming. The article, Life on the Land: An American Farm Family, won the Pulitzer Prize for Feature Writing and the American Society of Newspaper Editors Award for Non-Deadline Feature Writing. After winning the Pulitzer Prize, he began writing fiction. His works include the Prey series and the Virgil Flowers series. He has also written nonfiction works on plastic surgery and art.

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