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  • Fitting

    Awesome, as usual. Anytime a new Sandford novel is released, friends and family know to leave me alone until I have finished reading it, usually a day or two.

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  • Lucas & Virgil

    This is the first time in one book that we’ve had so much Lucas Davenport and Virgil Flowers interaction and it was outstanding. Lucas is a Federal Marshal now so we see him in a wider area than just Minnesota. He travels to Florida on a case that the FBI has been on for years. “Life sucks and then you die, so you better take the credit where you can. You know the feds. When it comes to credit, they’re always the first in line. Virgil comes into play later in the book but he is my favorite character. He and Rhea go undercover. There interaction make this book a great edition to these long time series

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  • Great crossover!

    I went into this book nervous about whether or not I would be disappointed like I was with the last one. Short answer, no. This book brings back the Lucas of old and I couldn’t be happier. There was an event in this book that shattered me for a few chapters and truly brought out the Lucas Davenport fans have known over the last 30-some books. Bringing Flowers into the craziness that is the Marshal’s service was everything I never knew I needed. This crossover has me excited about more Prey/Flowers books and more crossovers in the future!!

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  • Excellent, well-written book

    This was an excellent, well-written book. Lucas Davenport is called in to help with an investigation of three Coast Guardsmen killed on the job, and he brings in Virgil Flowers to assist. The book was fast-paced and I didn't want to put it down. This book can be read as a standalone story, though it is #31 in The Prey series. I really enjoyed this book and will impatiently be waiting for the next book in the series to be written and published.

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  • Ocean prey

    As always, I enjoyed. Rea ding about Lucas and Virgil. Just wish mr Sanford would write faster

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