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Certain Prey - John Sandford
Certain Prey
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Attorney Carmel Loan is beautiful, intelligent, ambitious - and used to getting what she wants. When she becomes infatuated with fellow barrister Hale Allen, she isn't going to let a little thing like his being married get in the way. So, through the contacts of an ex-client, she hired... show more
Attorney Carmel Loan is beautiful, intelligent, ambitious - and used to getting what she wants. When she becomes infatuated with fellow barrister Hale Allen, she isn't going to let a little thing like his being married get in the way. So, through the contacts of an ex-client, she hired professional killer Clara Rinker to get rid of Allen's wife. Smart, attractive Rinker is the best hitwoman in the business - but things go wrong, and the shooting of a witness, a cop, brings DI Lucas Davenport into the case. Carmel Loan and Clara Rinker team up to clean up the loose ends - which includes getting Davenport off their backs by whatever means necessary.
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ISBN: 9780743484190 (0743484193)
Edition language: English
Series: Lucas Davenport 1 (#10)
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sandin954
sandin954 rated it
This is fast becoming one of my favorite series on audio. I really liked that Lucas was a bit edgier in this entry and the villains were very well drawn. Listened to the audio version read by Richard Ferrone who did his usual stellar job.
All the Time in the World
All the Time in the World rated it
4.0 Certain Prey
I read a bunch of John Sandford's "Prey" series a number of years ago - I forget which one I started with, but I do know it wasn't the first (Rules of Prey.) In any case, I think I read the first six or so before I got a little bored with the characters and moved on. Picked up and re-read the firs...
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it
4.0
An interesting and not unlikeable villainess. Just good reading fun.
"Check Six"
"Check Six" rated it
4.0
An interesting and not unlikeable villainess. Just good reading fun.
EricCWelch
EricCWelch rated it
I grabbed this particular book off the leasing shelf on a whim, began it in the station waiting for the train and could not put it down. Apparently, Sandford writes a series of novels that would be difficult to classify as either mysteries or thrillers. They all have the word “prey” in the tit...
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