Synopses & Reviews
The brilliant Lucas Davenport thriller from the number one New York Times
Lucas Davenport has seen many terrible murder scenes. This is one of the worst. In the Minnesota town of Wayzata, an entire family has been killed husband, wife, two kids, dogs. On the wall, in blood: Were coming.” No apostrophe.
There's something about the scene that tugs at Lucas's cop instincts it looks an awful lot like the kind of scorched-earth retribution he's seen from Mexican drug gangs. But this is a seriously upscale town, the husband ran a modest software company, the wife dabbled in local politics. None of it seems to fit.
Until it does
“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
andldquo;Sandford is at his brilliant best.andrdquo;andmdash;The Cleveland Plain Dealer
andldquo;The climax will have you holding your breathandmdash;and the bookandrsquo;s very last line will leave you hoping for more.andrdquo;andmdash;St. Louis Post-Dispatch
andldquo;Stolen Prey will make you a believerandmdash;and a reader.andrdquo; andmdash;Bookreporter
“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
About the Author
John Sandford is the pseudonym of the Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist John Camp. He is the author of the Prey novels, the Kidd novels, the Virgil Flowers novels, The Night Crew, and Dead Watch. He lives in Minnesota.