Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and best-selling author John Sandford chronicles the continuing adventures of investigator Lucas Davenport. In this 21st installment of the Prey series, the corpses of two long-missing girls are discovered buried under the concrete floor of a residential home. Convinced that he made disastrous mistakes while handling the missing persons case years earlier, Davenport is determined to set things right.
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by John Sandford
"In this 21st "Prey" novel, John Sandford fires up the overused cold case trope. The two young sisters who are discovered plastic-wrapped and mummified at a demolition site take Lucas Davenport back to 1985 and his first plain-clothes case. Lucas felt burned by the convenient death of the major suspect at the time but acquiesced to seasoned officers in abandoning the case. Now the new bodies haunt the more experienced Minnesota Bureau of Apprehension agent with the realization that other girls must have died, as well. Richard Ferrone shines as the brash, young detective in the lengthy flashback sequence and delivers the slow burn of the seasoned investigator who is determined to stop the killer for the sake of justice--or maybe . . . revenge. M.C.T. (c) AudioFile 2011, Portland, Maine"
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