For twenty years, John Sandford's novels have been beloved for their "ingenious plots, vivid characters, crisp dialogue and endless surprises" (The Washington Post), and nowhere are those more in evidence than in the sudden twists and shocks of Wicked Prey.Out of Lucas Davenport's past comes a psycho nursing a violent grudge. But why go after Davenport for revenge when Davenport's young daughter is so close-and so vulnerable?
Another Good Addition
I know the other reviewers had difficulty with this latest installment, but I felt Sandford really expanded the Davenport universe with Wicked Prey. The intertwining fringe characters really created a good spiderwebbed cop drama. The recurring cast of usuals played well with the plot, and the addition of some past characters really fleshed out the experience. This is not a book for a Davenport novice to begin the journey, but for long time readers, it is a great continuation of a phenomenal character. And as always, Ferrone is amazing.
Although good, I agree that it's not as fleshed out as other Preys are
Not one of the best Prey novel, but I enjoyed it.