Stolen Prey

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 2012 - Fiction - 402 pages
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Lucas Davenport has seen many terrible murder scenes. This is one of the worst. In the small Minnesota town of Wayzata, an entire family has been killed—husband, wife, two daughters, dogs.

There’s something about the scene that pokes at Lucas’s cop instincts—it looks an awful lot like the kind of scorched-earth retribution he’s seen in drug killings sometimes. But this is a seriously upscale town, and the husband was an executive vice president at a big bank. It just doesn’t seem to fit.

Until it does. And where it leads Lucas will take him into the darkest nightmare of his life.

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Good pacing, a scary finale and an interesting ending. - Goodreads
The plot was needlessly brutal at times. - Goodreads
Such a predictably good writer. - Goodreads
This book really dragged out, not his usual fast pace. - Goodreads
Very good, cute ending. - Goodreads
Enjoyable but not a page turner. - Goodreads

Review: Stolen Prey (Lucas Davenport #22)

User Review  - Emma Hatherley - Goodreads

Found this book somewhat confusing. Set in America with several government agencies involved, it was difficult to know which agency was dealing with what event. There are 3 main bits to follow but ... Read full review

Review: Stolen Prey (Lucas Davenport #22)

User Review  - Dan Darragh - Goodreads

This was my second Standford novel with Lucas Davenport as the protagonist, and I think it was better than the first -- although it's hard to say because that was about a year ago. In "Stolen Prey ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

John Sandford is a Pulitzer Prize winner and the author of twenty-two Prey novels and eleven other works of fiction, most recently the Virgil Flowers novel Shock Wave. He lives in Minnesota.

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