Stolen Prey Audio CD – Audiobook, May 15 2012
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“Sandford is at his brilliant best.”—The Cleveland Plain Dealer
“The climax will have you holding your breath—and the book’s very last line will leave you hoping for more.”—St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Stolen Prey will make you a believer—and a reader.” —Bookreporter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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"Lucas's job at the BCA was mostly self-invented, and included politically sensitive cases, or cases that might attract a lot of media attention." When a pair of tweekers rob him at an ATM, breaking his wrist and damaging his ego, he embarks on a long term mission to find them. This is put on the back burner when the superintendent of the BCA calls - a case that is definitely going to be in the spotlight needs Davenport's skills. An entire family has been found murdered - slaughtered really, tortured in unimaginable ways. Lucas's investigation leads places no one saw coming - this isn't just a spree killer. It looks like a Mexican gang hit. What could this software engineer have done to bring this wrath on his family? Soon enough the DEA and a pair of Mexican Federales are also on the case. But everyone seems to have their own priorities concerning the case.....
I've always enjoyed Lucas and his irreverent flaunting of the rules. He's getting older and little mellower, but still has no problem side stepping protocol to get things done. I love the barbed banter between himself and team members Del Capslock, Jensen and Shrake, but no Davenport book is complete without Virgil Flowers. Those tweekers robbing ATM's? Flowers has been put to work on the case - which seems to be leading to stolen.....horse manure?
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I enjoyed this very well written and fast paced story. The story was interesting in that the flow was seamless.Published on Aug. 27 2014 by Amazon Customer
Suspense increased with every page turn. Can't wait for a sequel if there is one. Sanford is a master at storytelling.Published on Jan. 28 2014 by carole g