Never read hard copy
Lucas of course but Clara Rinkor is a great character with a lot of personality.
One of the top four or five readers. Always enjoy his performances.
Listened to it twice. Years between. Kept my interest throughout.
It is sad that rising prices may determine I surrender my 23 yr membership.
I am a Sanford fan, have been for years. This book lived up to my expectations, it will do the same for you. Most of the "Prey" books can be listened to in any order, but 1-22 is best. Good listening. Looking forward to Silken Prey if/when it comes to audible.com.
I love the Lucas Davenport series! This was a great follow-up to Certain Prey. Although this book can stand alone the listener will enjoy it more if Certain Prey is listened to first.
Long haul commuter. Audiobooks keep me from causing serious physical harm to my fellow commuters. Bless you, Audible!
I found this book to be a departure from the previous Davenport novels I've read. Davenport goes up against an old enemy and a clever one. A Hitwoman on a mission. Unlike the other Davenport books where our Hero is trying to catch a person on the edge of sanity; this book pits Davenport against a cold, calculatng professional killer. Great twists and I can't wait to see if some new characters appear in future books.
I never read the first book when Rinker and Davenport have their initial run-in... I might have to get that one now. Sandford wrote this one from both perspectives and I was rooting for Clara and Lucas at the same time. The story kept moving right along and kept me very interested. Sad ending but the right one. Richard Ferrone did a great job as usual. I really like that he does not try to imitate the female voices... he just changes the cadence a little. When men try to sound female they just sound deranged and I can't stand it. Ferrone does a good job with this. Overall... very entertaining.
I really enjoy the Davenport Series but this one was a stinker - the story was especially lame. Narration was good, I enjoy Ferrone in the other series reads, but it was beyond a narrators ability to pull this one out. The killer was almost silly, kind of like a cartoon character.
Typically I love these types of books. Not only does this book have a transparent plot it uses english at a maximum 5th grade level that at times I felt spoke to the white trash population of America. This is the first book that I stopped listening to. Total waste of time.