Monday, May 30, 2011

Sudden Prey

Sudden Prey by John Sandford

When two female bank robbers get killed during a bank heist by Minnesota cop Lucas Davenport's team, revenge is on. The brother and husband of the dead robbers escapes jail and is determined to kill all those involved. With a little help from a corrupt cop, he starts racking up the dead. Will Davenport stop him?

Weather is not too sure about her relationship and all is not right in Davenport's personal life.

This is a thriller that never stops. The action is non-stop right to the end.

First Line: "Through the speakers above his head, little children sang in sweet unison, O holy night, the stars are brightly shining, it is the night of the dear Savior's birth..."


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