In Shadow Prey, the crackling sequel to Rules of Prey, Twin Cities Sleuth Lucas Davenport teams up with NYPD Lieutenant Lily Rothenberg to track down an elusive killer, known only as Shadow Love. Among the victims are a Minneapolis slumlord, a judge from Oklahoma City, and a Manhattan politician. The murder weapon is a Native American ceremonial knife.
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Having worked in courtrooms for 20 years, I love true & fictional crime. In love with Cross & Davenport. Fictional lawyer stories rule.
Is it possible to fall in love with an author/narrator/protagonist combo? Yes, indeed. Sandford, Ferrone and that sometimes naughty Davenport rock the story.
John Sandford used incredibly good judgment choosing Richard Ferrone. Long live authors who "listen" to their own books being read!
Author of the Reno McCarthy Series
One of the best in the Prey series. Subtle yet compelling and with a suspenseful plot. Richard Ferrone is a forceful and very listenable narrator.
fast, easy and enjoyable
I like mystery's
I love listening to books when I exercise
Yes; the writing is wonderful, stories are intricate, plausible, and a little humor never hurts.
All of the John Sanford books are great; I look forward to each new one as it comes out,. My favorite author, right along with Michael Connelly.
None in particular. All are good.
Yes, but I made myself savor it.
Yes. Very entertaining and exciting.
Lucas taking no prisoners at the end!
One of my favorite readers. Great job as usual!
Exciting, sarcastic, fun
When Lucas first meets Shadow in the apartment
Richard Ferrone has become Lucas Davenport. His voice brings the right amount of edge, sarcasm and humor. He is a great narrator.
Yes if only I could.
So happy that the old Prey novels have been released in this fashion with Richard Ferrone reading them. Hats off to John Sandford, great author.
Yes - unusual storyline and it kept me interested due to the mix of characters
Lucas Davenport - non-conformist
no - found it mostly enjoyable
I don't read books in print asuch as I used to. I now prefer audio, especially for trips and before bedtime.
Lucas Davenport is always a favorite. I like all of John Sandford's characters--the so-called villains and the heroes.
The early murders and then the later justification for the native Americans.
This is the second time I heard the book. I bought it twice by mistake, not realizing it was in my old library. I liked it as well the second time around. Sandford is a great storyteller and character builder. I like his ironic or wry sense of humor. The narrator, Ferrrone is also on the mark--keeps me engaged. More Sandford, please!
One of the best
Yes, like all the books in the Prey series
Richard Ferrone is the best one out there, I look for others that he's done
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