Mind Prey (Lucas Davenport Mysteries) Mass Market Paperback – 1 May 1996
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"Among Sandford's most chilling." --San Francisco Examiner
"His seventh, and best, outing in the acclaimed Prey suspense series." --People
"Among Sandford's most chilling." San Francisco Examiner
"His seventh, and best, outing in the acclaimed Prey suspense series." People" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
From the Back Cover
The man who kidnaps psychiatrist Andi Manette and her two young daughters is no stranger – he's an ex-patient, whose chilling mind games Andi remembers all too well. By abducting them to an abandoned farmhouse, he has finally turned his most lurid fantasy into horrifying reality, and now he faces his ultimate challenge: to outwit the legendary detective Lucas Davenport – toying with him at every step of his investigation, taunting him with cryptic clues, luring him from trap to trap…
“John Sandford knows all there is to know about detonating the gut-level shock of a good thriller”
NEW YORK BOOK REVIEW
”John Sandford is a brilliant writer.”
“A thriller through and through. A hell of a ride, with quirky characters, fine writing and grip-you-by-the throat thrills. Don't start reading this at night …it's impossible to put down”
“John Sandford has always known how to twist his readers into knots, and with Mind Prey he's in top form. What begins as a straightforward kidnapping eventually turns into something far more sinister and complex”
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Top Customer Reviews
'Mind Prey' is another Prey novel that follows the template that has served John Sandford so well. The reader knows from the off who the criminal is and we follow both them and Davenport as the chase begins. This style of narrative is very exciting and 'Mind Prey' is a great example of an action crime thriller. The characters, both good and bad, are really well realised and you care about what happens to them. This is not the greatest in the series as it is slightly formulaic, but it is still a great slice of crime drama. Well worth a read.