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by Richard Ferrone,John Sandford
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Contemporary
  • Author:
    Richard Ferrone,John Sandford
  • ISBN:
    1402589824
  • ISBN13:
    978-1402589829
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  • Publisher:
    RecordedBooks (2002)
  • Subcategory:
    Contemporary
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PRH Audio IndieBound: ww. ndiebound. org/book/978042518. enguinGroupUS. Penguin Audio 9780525496441 Crime Suspense & Thriller Audiobooks Fiction Mystery & Suspense John Sandford Richard Ferrone.

Mortal Prey by John Sandford, read by Richard Ferrone. 2 years ago2 years ago. Mystery & Suspense. IndieBound: ww. Powell's: ww. owells.

John Sandford (Author), Richard Ferrone (Reader). Book 13 of 26 in the Prey Series. John Sandford is the pseudonym of Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist John Camp. He is the author of the Prey novels, the Kidd novels, the Virgil Flowers novels, The Night Crew, and Dead Watch. He lives in New Mexico.

Listened to the audio which was read by Richard Ferrone.

The thirteenth entry in John Sandford's Prey series finds the protagonist, Assistant Minneapolis Police Chief Lucas Davenport, with his life in an uproar. His long-time boss, Chief Rose Marie Roux, is about to lose her job as a new mayor takes over. This means that Lucas will be out of a job as well. Listened to the audio which was read by Richard Ferrone. Buried Prey is an episode in a string of Sandford novels going all the way back to 1989 that follow criminal investigations by a detective named Lucas Davenport. Book 21 of 26 in the Prey Series. I'm not sure at this point how many Davenport novels Sanford is up to, but it's probably close to or even more than 20. I will never forget the first Davenport story called Rules of Prey; that book led me to anticipate Sandford's next few novels for years to follow, and I became a Lucas Davenport junkie for a while.

Mortal Prey John Sandford 1 THE THOUGHT POPPED INTO HER HEAD as she lay in the soft-washed yellowed sheets in the hospital bed. The thought popped in between the gas pains and muscle spasms, through the pungent. The thought popped in between the gas pains and muscle spasms, through the pungent odor of alcohol swabs, and if she'd read the thought in a book, she might have smiled at i. 1. THE THOUGHT POPPED INTO HER HEAD as she lay in the soft-washed yellowed sheets in the hospital bed. The thought popped in between the gas pains and muscle spasms, through the pungent odor of alcohol swabs, and if she'd read the thought in a book, she might have smiled at it. She wasn't smiling at anything now.

By John Sandford Read by Richard Ferrone. John Sandford is the pseudonym for the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Camp

By John Sandford Read by Richard Ferrone. By John Sandford Read by Richard Ferrone. By John Sandford Read by Eric Conger. John Sandford is the pseudonym for the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist John Camp. He is the author of the Prey novels, the Kidd novels, the Virgil Flowers novels, and six other books, including three YA novels co-authored with his wife Michele Cook.

Читать онлайн Mortal Prey. Paulo with the children's book Father Christmas, sitting naked at her kitchen table with a glass of milk and a milk mustache, delighted by the grumpy Santa Claus.

Written by John Sandford, Audiobook narrated by Richard Ferrone. In Naked Prey, John Sandford puts Lucas Davenport through some changes. His old boss, Rose Marie Roux, has moved up to the state level and taken Lucas with her. In addition, Lucas is now married and a new father, both of which are fine with him: He doesn't mind being a family man.

New York Times bestselling author John Sandford continues his phenomenal Prey seriesand "for those who think they know everything they need to know about Lucas Davenport, proves them wrong. Huffington Post ) On the night of the fifth of July, in Red Wing, Minnesota, a boy smelled death in a cornfield off an abandoned farm.

The 10th book of the Prey series gets its voice by the magnificent Richard Ferrone, who has been an obvious choice for most of the John Sandford book and that for all the good reasons. His voice has that power and emotion that a crime based thriller story needs. The story is about Clara Rinker, who is a southern woman with a highly attractive and charming personality.


Hanelynai
I am an ardent John Sandford fan. I recently purchased and read the complete Prey series and then the complete Flowers series in order, and I'm only sorry I'll have to wait for the next book in both series. Sandford is a novelist with the rare ability to carry over characters and plot elements with complete believabiity while allowing both to develop in interesting, unexpected but natural ways - the only other "serial" novelist who does this nearly as well is Anthony Trollope, and he avoids murders. I re-read these books with pleasure as great or greater than the first reading because the fast-paced narrative and unexpected plot developments pulls you to read fast the first time; the second or third you can pay attention to atmosphere (he's great on significant landscape detail), character growth, and situation development. Sandford writes like a real novelist, not like someone trying to impress academia with his literary exclusivity.
Gerceytone
A great outing for Lucas and Co. I usually dislike bringing back bad guys simply because they always seem to have the same old Jason-like supervillain abilities that don't ring true, but Clara is a different breed. A sympathetic villain, it's sometimes not clear who you are rooting for. Great read, one of the series best.
Golden freddi
This is a landmark book in the Prey Series in several ways. The story of Clara Rinker, an assassin for the underworld based in St Louis, began with Certain Prey. Here in Mortal Prey we pick up her story as she has been living in Mexico, recuperating from her wounds from that first part of her story. She was wounded in the end of that episode by Lucas after she tried to ambush him at his home. She called him as she was preparing to leave the Country. That final discussion is worth reading again before you start this book. It sets the tone for this book. They both have some level of affection for the other and yet they are seriously trying to kill each other.

In this story Clara has been wounded in Mexico by an assassin sent down from the US. She was pregnant by the son of a rich Mexican and lost their baby. She vows to find the US underworld figure who ordered the assassination. After further recuperation, she comes to St Louis looking for them and finds some. Her recuperation included some instruction in rifle shooting. The FBI is looking for her. They are in the strange position of protecting known criminals from her. They call in Lucas on temporary leave from his new position with the Minnesota Division of Criminal Apprehension. The FBI is mainly chasing its tail and Lucas helps straighten them out and get back on track for Rinker. After getting most of the underworld guys, Rinker starts shooting FBI people. She finally escapes from a gunfight with Lucas' .45 slug in her butt and gets help from her Mexican friends.

So that's the story - or is it? Lucas has to accomplish his wedding to the pregnant Weather who has stayed safely out of danger in Minneapolis while all this violence took place in St Louis. Lucas sets up his wedding as a trap to lure Rinker in to a final confrontation. The wedding party is full of cops and FBI agents. Marcy Sherrill stood in for the "bride" and carried her revolver like a purse through the service. Rinker took her final shot as the "wedding party" posed for photos on the steps of the church. (Rinker was only slightly bothered by the fact the church was not the denomination Lucas had mentioned in one of their "friendly" chats. Lucas shed a tear over Clara's fallen body. He was in her crosshairs. It is an excellent story.

We were introduced to Andreno, a retired St Louis cop who helps Lucas navigate around St Louis. Lucas may offer him a job with the Minnesota Department of Criminal Apprehension. He and Lucas make a good pair.
Nuadazius
This is John Sanford at his best. He eases ya not the plot. Very imaginative writing, realistic. Anyone that's worked "the job" knows the politics involved. Sanford points out all the political minefields, as well as life on the street catching dangerous felons.

Clara Rinker is an extremely smart hunter of men.
She puts Davenport and the FBI in life and death fights. IF Clara is after you, you may as well end the pain and shoot yourself, because she will get you. She is not a progressive liberal. I hope real life FBI are smarter and better prepared than they are here. The Mob are pikers compared to her.
she makes the Surprano's look like alter boys. If ya like a little sex, a lot of violence , see the bad guys get some wins, this is a page turner.
Natety
I am reading my way through the entire series, having a ball with the depth of the characters, the humor, the insight into real flawed human beings, and the cliff-hanging adventures, of course. Sandford does not dumb down the story line--the action is complicated, with depth of detail. Thank heaven Lucas and Weather finally got back together.