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Revenge is the engine that powers this entry in John Sandford's Prey series, starring superslick Minnesota cop Lucas Davenport. When a dangerous female bank robber is killed in a shootout, her even more dangerous husband escapes from prison and begins a campaign of retribution against the families of Davenport and his team.
©1996 John Sanford (P)1996 Simon and Schuster Inc.

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  • Anthony
  • Killeen, TX, United States
  • 05-04-12

Another great Davenport book

What made the experience of listening to Sudden Prey the most enjoyable?

The way John Sanford brought all the characters together and with Jay O. Sanders reading the book, it was difficult for me to pause it.

Who was your favorite character and why?

Sloan was my favorite character. He is always helping Lucas figure out the puzzle and has a way to get others to open up when he talks to them, usually getting vital information for Lucas to act on.

What about Jay O. Sanders’s performance did you like?

The way he reads the book brought me right into each scene and I was able to go with each sudden twist the book brought.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Yes, there was a moment that moved me, It was when Sara went out the window, barefooted, crept along the edge to the fire escape only to find out that it was stuck. Then she had slide back along the ledge, back to the room, knowing that she was so close to escaping but was not able to accomplish it.

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