In life she was a high-profile model. In death she is the focus of a media firestorm that's demanding action from Lucas Davenport. One of his own men is a suspect in her murder. But when a series of bizarre, seemingly unrelated slayings rock the city, Davenport suspects a connection that runs deeper than anyone had imagined - one that leads to an ingenious killer more ruthless than anyone had feared....
©2001 John Sandford (P)2012 Penguin Audiobooks
Even if you are a hard core John Sandford fan as I am, this book is just about unreadable. Don't know what happened here. Where were Sandford's editor's? What was he thinking? It's painful to write this as there are so many great Davenport books before and after this one. I can't even recommend this to a fan. Will take a listen again in a year or two, but this is the one you hope one of your favorite author never writes. Makes sense that it is the last in the this unabridged series to get issued on audible. On the other hand, one clunker out of 20 plus is an amazing record. This book is only interesting in Weather making an appearance, although just a smidgeon, in Davenport's life again.
I've read all his books, I guess no one is perfect. Richard Ferrone can only read what he's given. I listened to this right after Sudden Prey which was out standing. It was quite a let down.
All of them from this book.
I'll continue to buy any additional books in the "prey" series. And any others from John Sandford.
Loved this one, great pacing and characters, as usual. Very enjoyable for listening while exercising.
One (or three) too many potential villains make Easy Prey a difficult read. I love the series and am reading all the books in order. Unfortunately, this one is not up to the level of the rest.
Read/listen for completeness. Otherwise, skip it. You won't miss it.
Long haul commuter. Audiobooks keep me from causing serious physical harm to my fellow commuters. Bless you, Audible!
Strange book, I will say that. The plot is disjointed at times. Some scenes are overtly implausible. There is coarse language and taboo topics. I did get some real laughs and there is a sub-plot with Lucas struggling as a man that may upset some. Not the best Davenport book but a transition to a new Davenport.
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