Phantom Prey

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Author(s): John Sandford
Series: Prey (Sandford) Series No: 18
eAudio - unabridged
Audio (10.78 hours)
Product Number: Z08646
Released: Mar 11, 2014
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781490625157
Narrator/s: Richard Ferrone
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Description

Lucas Davenport has had disturbing cases before, but never one quite like this. Filled with his brilliant trademark suspense, "Phantom Prey" is the shocking new novel from the #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author.

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Phantom Prey
Product Number: BX00031465
Product Number:C4495
Product Number:Z08646

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All formats/editions

CD
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Author(s): John Sandford
Narrator(s): Richard Ferrone
Series:
Product Number C4495
Released: May 06, 2008
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781436107006
eBook
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Author(s): John Sandford
Series:
Product Number EB00388145
Released: Jun 05, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons
ISBN: #9781440634154

Professional reviews

"Agent Lucas Davenport has his hands full with two cases--a stakeout of a drug dealer (through the movements of his wife) and the reluctant investigation of a woman whose daughter is missing. In this installment in the Prey series, Sandford also gives the reader a glimpse into the world of Goths while keeping both story lines moving. Richard Ferrone keeps the voices straight, from stakeout to investigation, heroes to villains. The voices he creates for a police colleague and assorted lowlifes are the most creative, but the distinct voice he applies to the main villain, a female, is a bit grating and whiny. Still, it serves to distinguish her from the other characters, and through his consistency Ferrone never wavers or confuses the reader. M.B. (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"

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