Hidden Prey

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Penguin, Apr 26, 2005 - Fiction - 448 pages
15 Reviews
“One of the strongest in Sandford’s Prey series.”—Entertainment Weekly

“Good, dark, perverse, bloody fun.”—The Washington Post Book World

Theories abound when a Russian gets himself killed on the shore of Lake Superior—shot with fifty-year-old bullets. But when it turns out he had very high government connections, state troubleshooter Lucas Davenport gets the call. Well, Lucas and a mysterious Russian cop with secrets all her own. Together, they’ll follow a trail back to another place and another time, and battle the shadows they discover there—shadows that turn out to be both very real and very deadly.


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Hidden Prey starts out with the murder of a Russian on the Duluth docks. Detective Lucas Davenport of the Minnesota BCA (Bureau of Criminal Apprehension) is assigned the case. The Russian government ... Read full review

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User Review  - Carl_Alves - LibraryThing

In Hidden Prey, teenager Carl Walther murders a Russian, who winds up at a dock in Duluth, Minnesota. Detective Lucas Davenport is given the task of escorting Nadya Kalin, an investigator sent from ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
17
Section 3
44
Section 4
57
Section 5
81
Section 6
100
Section 7
112
Section 8
120
Section 19
276
Section 20
282
Section 21
297
Section 22
311
Section 23
315
Section 24
321
Section 25
334
Section 26
346

Section 9
145
Section 10
158
Section 11
174
Section 12
187
Section 13
197
Section 14
212
Section 15
230
Section 16
244
Section 17
252
Section 18
263
Section 27
358
Section 28
369
Section 29
382
Section 30
389
Section 31
399
Section 32
407
Section 33
410
Section 34
428
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About the author (2005)

John Sandford is the pseudonym for the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist John Camp. He is the author of twenty-six Prey novels, most recently Extreme Prey; four Kidd novels; nine Virgil Flowers novels; three YA novels coauthored with his wife, Michele Cook; and three stand-alones, most recently Saturn Run.

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