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Stolen Prey

by John Sandford

Putnam | February 11, 2014 | Hardcover |

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Lucas Davenport has seen many terrible murder scenes. This is one of the worst. In the small Minnesota town of Wayzata, an entire family has been killed-husband, wife, two daughters, dogs.

There's something about the scene that pokes at Lucas's cop instincts-it looks an awful lot like the kind of scorched-earth retribution he's seen in drug killings sometimes. But this is a seriously upscale town, and the husband was an executive vice president at a big bank. It just doesn't seem to fit.

Until it does. And where it leads Lucas will take him into the darkest nightmare of his life.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 416 Pages, 5.91 × 9.06 × 1.18 in

Published: February 11, 2014

Publisher: Putnam

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0399157689

ISBN - 13: 9780399157684

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Stolen Prey

Stolen Prey

by John Sandford

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 416 Pages, 5.91 × 9.06 × 1.18 in

Published: February 11, 2014

Publisher: Putnam

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0399157689

ISBN - 13: 9780399157684

About the Book

In the small Minnesota town of Deephaven, an entire family has been killed. To Lucas Davenport, it looks an awful lot like the drug killings he's seen. But this is an upscale town, and a victim was an executive vice president at a big bank. It just doesn't seem to fit. Until it does.

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1 That was the summer of the cast and the cell phones. Cell phones everywhere. He sometimes felt as though he were caught like a fly in an electronic spiderweb, and anytime anyone, anywhere, had an urge to waste his time, they could reach out and ring his bell. When it began, though, at that one specific moment, he had no phone. . . . Lucas Davenport ran through the night, a fine mist cool on his face, the tarmac smooth and reliable under his Nike training shoes. They’d been through a rough winter. Most years, the last of the parking lot snow piles would be gone by early April. Now, as April ended, with the temperatures ballooning into the seventies, there were still mounds of ice at the edges of the larger lots, and they’d still be there on May Day. But not on the streets—the streets were finally clear. As he ran, he thought about everything and anything, about the life he’d led, the children, the snatches of time frozen in his mind: a moment when he’d gotten shot in an alley, and the flash of the man who’d shot him; the first sight of a newborn daughter; his mother’s face, crabby with an early morning slice of toast in her hand, her image as clear in his mind as it had been twenty-five years earlier, on the day she died. . . . They all came up like portraits and landscapes hanging on the wall of his memory, flashes of color in the black-and-white night. With all the trouble and struggle and violence he’d seen, the deaths of pa
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From the Publisher

Lucas Davenport has seen many terrible murder scenes. This is one of the worst. In the small Minnesota town of Wayzata, an entire family has been killed-husband, wife, two daughters, dogs.

There's something about the scene that pokes at Lucas's cop instincts-it looks an awful lot like the kind of scorched-earth retribution he's seen in drug killings sometimes. But this is a seriously upscale town, and the husband was an executive vice president at a big bank. It just doesn't seem to fit.

Until it does. And where it leads Lucas will take him into the darkest nightmare of his life.

About the Author

John Sandford is a Pulitzer Prize winner and the author of twenty-two Prey novels and eleven other works of fiction, most recently the Virgil Flowers novel Shock Wave. He lives in Minnesota.

Editorial Reviews

"Sandford's talent is such that this series never grows stale, or boring, or forgettable.  As author and hero age, readers can hope that the best is yet to be."
-Richmond Times-Dispatch

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